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gogledd last won the day on April 23 2018

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  1. It was bl88dy cold that night! I went along, and from that night decided to become a season ticket holder - and I'm still one now!
  2. Very proud to be at Headingley to receive the Club of the Year Award on behalf o f North Wales Crusaders and the Coach of the Year Award on behalf of our head coach Steve Jones. Steve is the driving force at the club making sure all are welcome and can participate from Super League to Championship. North Wales Crusaders will have 3 teams playing in the leagues this season and our growth and success owe much to Steves enthusiasm and dedication. Congratulations also to Stuart Williams who was nominated for the Golden Boot. He won the Wales Wheelchair Rugby League Player of the Year. St
  3. Crusaders had a great team performance today. WWR scored a cracking first try but never really got close to a clinical Crusaders. Dec Gregory, possibly the smallest guy in the pitch tackled everything that came at him. With wind conditions and missed kicks it could have been nearer 70 points. Fair play to WWR they never let their heads drop and kept plugging away.
  4. Two back-to-back away games coming up before our final League 1 game at home 0n 7th September - we may get to the playoffs yet but it will mean us winning all our games and other results going in our favour. Its mathematically possible! Away Game 1 West Wales Raiders at Stebonheath Park on SATURDAY 17th August 2019. 3pm Kick off Coach leaves the Turf at 09:00 Price per person £24. Away Game 2 Newcastle Thunder at Kingston Park on Sunday 1st September 2019 3pm Kick off Coach leaves the Turf at 09:00 Price per person £21 Boo
  5. I thought you were going to pinch it after the first half! No idea what Coach Murray said at half-time but I think he needs to say it before we kick off! A muxch improved second half performance putting the Bears on the back foot throughout the second 40 minutes. I hope your No9 recovers he looked a dangerous player and was hobbling even after the game. Great to see the Bears fans turn up in Wrexham - always great fans. Best of luck for the remainder of the season.
  6. Crusaders can "mathematically" reach the playoffs but we're depending on other results too.
  7. Hoping all the Donny fans have a safe trip to North Wales and theres not too much traffic on the roads across. Remember we are at Queensway Stadium and not the Racecourse! Please not we are making efforts to go plastic free so we have changes to reusable drinks cups. There is a £2 deposit on our pint 'glasses' and £1 for a half. You can reclaim the deposit or keep your Crusaders branded cup as a souvenir. The Supporters Trust have recently added to the Club merchandise and we have some £2 pin badges which are popular with collectors. We are also selling Ian Goldens booklet 100 m
  8. A draw between Workington and London would suit us! Wins for Hunslet, Haven and Cougars. Can Cru make it 4 on the bounce? We're without Captain Kenny Baker this week so someone had got big boots to fill. Fingers crossed, we've got confidence and momentum. It will be close but let's return the favour and win by 2 points
  9. Admirable. I wish we had our own stadium to replicate this.
  10. I'm making a comparison of the funding that Wales Wheelchair Rugby League team get to that in England. Wales WhRL have ZERO funding...and that's a fact.
  11. Funding is the biggest problem rugby league has in Wales. ThecWRL hasn't got a pot to p*ss in. An example: North Wales Crusaders run two Wheelchair Rugby League teams - one in Super League, one in the Championship. We have more registered players than anyone playing this season and have had the fastest growth of any Wheelchair Rugby League teams. But we cannot access Sport England funding and Wales doesn't have anything to replicate it. Look at how England have developed their Wheelchair Rugby League side- training at St George's Park, a tournament in France. Wales Wheelchair Rugby L
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