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Welcome to the Crusaders Rugby Club

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Crusaders Rugby Club of Oakville. We are dedicated to providing all players with a safe, fun and challenging environment. We accept players from the age of five, boys and girls, of all shapes and sizes, no experience required. Rugby is a game that teaches camaraderie, respect, courage and discipline, and we are committed to providing a program for all players to develop both their rugby skills to the highest degree and their love of the game of rugby.

Oct 15 14

Crusaders Annual Player Award Banquet

by Webmaster

Crusaders Player Award Banquet Nov 22nd at 1800 hrs at the Club. Fee is $45 (including a drink). Entertainment for the night is 3 MDM. Semi Formal. Please contact Romy Pautsch-Riley (by email or text to 905 483-0056) if you are interesting in coming or just fill out the form below.

Oct 20 14

The U15/16 Boys rugby season comes to a close, in spectacular style.

by Webmaster

Sunday October-19 saw a chilly morning for the ”finals” of the fall sevens, at Fletcher’s Fields (Markham) With the Tiger Stripes team playing in the Premiership division and the  Gold / Black team playing in the Championship division, it meant that (for once) they wouldn’t need to compete against each other. In spite of the …read more

Oct 16 14

End of season letter from the President

by Webmaster

Dear Crusader family, As the season draws to a close, this will be my last note to you all. After 3 years as Junior Director then 7 years as president, it’s time to step aside and pass on the reins. I will still be involved in the club as a past president and was looking …read more

Oct 7 14

Crusaders U16-Boys 7’s teams take-home the (erm), “silver” wear

by Graham Bridges

Sunday October-5th saw Crusaders Club host a TRU Junior fall sevens tournament. The Crusaders Tiger Stripes took on the Crusaders Black and Gold team in the opening round of the pool matches and showed themselves to be slightly more “awake” on a cool morning, in spite of complaints of cold hands, and a damp ball.  …read more