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2023 Fixtures

North Wales Crusaders will kick off the 2023 campaign at home to newcomers Dewsbury Rams, who were relegated from Betfred League Championship last year, on February 19th at Stadiwm CSM with a 2:30 pm kick-off.

Carl Forster's men start the month of March with two tough away trips to playoff contenders Hunslet on March 5th and Doncaster two weeks later on March 19th, both games kicking off at 3 pm.

North Wales Crusaders return home as they face arch-rivals Oldham on March 26th.

On Good Friday (April 7th), North Wales Crusaders will reunite with Anthony Murray as we take on Cumbrian outfit Workington Town, who are back in League One after spending last season in the Championship. The only Betfred League One fixture as North Wales Crusaders will receive a bye on April 16th.

On the King's Coronation weekend, North Wales Crusaders will return to action with a tough encounter against Rochdale Hornets away on Sunday, May 7th, with a 3 pm kick-off.

The Celtic Cup will be contested on May 14th as we welcome West Wales Raiders to Colwyn Bay.

The following week North Wales Crusaders welcome Midlands Hurricanes on the North Wales Coast,

both with a 2:30 pm kick-off.

Spring Bank Holiday weekend sees North Wales Crusaders travel to Penryn in Cornwall on Saturday, May 28th.

The beginning of June sees a trip to the Capital as London Skolars are the hosts, followed by a home fixture against Workington Town on June 11th.

North Wales Crusaders are back on the road on June 18th as we travel to West Wales Raiders before ending the month at home to Hunslet on June 25th.

July sees a busy month as we welcome Rochdale Hornets to Stadiwm CSM on July 2nd before we make the short journey to Oldham the following week.

Doncaster is the next opponent at home on July 16th.

North Wales Crusaders will travel to Tetleys Stadium for the first time in 9 years as we face Dewsbury Rams on July 23rd before we welcome Cornwall back to Colwyn Bay on July 30th.

The beginning of August will see North Wales Crusaders receive a bye week before travelling to Midlands Hurricanes on 20th and ending the regular season at home to London Skolars on the bank holiday weekend, August 27th.

‘Season tickets will be available to buy online next week. After fans' feedback last year, we have decided to change the kick-off times to 2.30 pm on our original Sunday matchday.

There will be maintenance work carried out on the pitch, which will happen in April and May hence the fixture’ in that month, and we will continue to work with the stadium and council for any other changes in dates’

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