North Wales Crusaders were delighted to appoint Becki Davies as head coach of our first ever women's team last month, since then Becki has not wasted any time as she has recruited a very strong and experienced backroom team.
Joining Becki as Strength and conditioning coach is a person who needs no introduction, it's North Wales Crusaders men's Welsh winger Rob Massam, who himself created a bit history last weekend as he scored his 200th career rugby league try against Oldham. Massam said
"I’m genuinely excited to play a small part in the growth of the women’s game in Wales"
Joining Rob Massam is North Wales Crusaders Foundation community officer Jonathan Burgess who said
"Excited to work alongside Becki with our new women’s development programme. It’s a great opportunity for all involved to be a part of the first ever Crusaders women’s team! Exciting times ahead"
Finally making up the trio is Dom Dean.
Dom has been involved in coaching since 2013 as he started his coaching career with Leigh East, before moving to assist with coaching for Wigan Warriors women in 2018.
After a further stint of coaching at Leigh East, Dom was given an opportunity at Warrington Lunas women’s team where he is now the head coach.
Dom said on his appointment at North Wales Crusaders women "I’m looking forward to being involved with North Wales Crusaders women’s team and working with Becki Davies who I respect massively"
It's not too late to sign up to the team with the first training session taking place on Tuesday 4th April 2023 at x20 Leisure Centre, St Aspah; with the start time of 6:30pm.
To register your interest please complete the form below-
If you want to be part of a successful team, the North Wales Crusaders women's team are looking for business and patrons to support this exciting initiative.
Items we need support with / sponsoring: Playing kit, Training gear
and Travel costs
If you can help or would like further information please email us at email@example.com