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Member Since 17 Apr 2013
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In Topic: 29 Mar: iPro Sport Cup Semi Finals Thread

Yesterday, 09:56 PM

When Cru were on top form in 2013 one of the two team to beat them were Oldham... at Whitebank.  I wont be counting any chickens before they've hatched.  It will be  a close run thing. I'm hoping our defence will be as good as its been in the last two games and we are creative in the backs.

In Topic: CC Round 5 Draw

24 March 2015 - 10:46 PM

North Wales Crusaders will extend "Croeso Cynnes"  - a warm welcome - to Rovers fans visiting the Racecourse. As usual we will welcome visiting fans to the Turf Hotel adjacent to the ground for a chat, a pint and a song before and after the game.


We maybe underdogs, but the way that our lads played against Doncaster there may be a bit of a scare on the cards. It could be closer than some people think!

In Topic: Ian , Who?

24 March 2015 - 10:33 PM

“I’m utterly disappointed with it mate to be honest because the lads can’t seem to grasp that it was there for the taking today, as was the North Wales (Crusaders) game."


What game was he watching? Our lads played them off the park n the second half. Disrespectful to say the least.

In Topic: 20-22 Mar: Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Round 4 Match Thread

23 March 2015 - 09:36 PM

Probably the curse of the Cup. Also three home games on the trot plus the fact that the weather would freeze the dangly bits off hasn't helped.

Really disappointed with the turnout. Not sure where our core of 00 fans are. The club is plugging the game using posters, local media, social media... but 412 is terrible... and people are missing some tremendous rugby league.. North Wales Crusaders were easily worth the price of the ticket yesterday.

In Topic: Crusaders v Hornets.

16 March 2015 - 09:50 PM

I wouldn't be too despondent. Hornets held us in our own half for most of the first half but you couldn't see to capitalise on your field position. From a North Wales perspective I was pleased with our goal-line defence but frustrated by the number of unforced errors and penalties we gave away. Thankfully we came away with a decent win with some good kicking from Declan Patton and gymnastics from Scott Turner.


Good to see the Rochdale faithful who travelled up and called into the Turf before and after the game.


Cadwch Credu (Keep believing)