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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.

Jul 23 14

Mini Tournament – 19th July

by Webmaster

U 8′s The U8s enjoyed another wonderful day of rugby!   The laughter and the cheers were enough to keep the rain at bay. Four teams took the field and when they weren’t vying for a spot on the bouncy castle, they found themselves putting all their diligent practice into use.  The kids are running …read more

Jul 22 14

U16 ARROWS have a tough game vs Toronto-Nomads.

by Graham Bridges

Another good win for the ARROWS team yesterday evening (July-21), in a “re-scheduled” game vs Nomads-U16s, (following a postponed game earlier this season).  Nomads – fresh off a tour to New-Zealand, and full of confidence, were strong in the tackle and gave the Arrows a tough time in the rucks and mauls.  In spite of …read more

Jul 22 14

U16 boys celebrate with three good wins in their league-games, last weekend (July 18-19)

by Graham Bridges

Both the U15-PIKES and U16-ARROWS lined-up in a brace of games against the Mississauga-Blues on Friday evening, on their flood-lit and lushly-grassed field.  Both CRU teams put on a fine display, worthy of the venue. The PIKES worked well together – showing improved communications at breakdowns and a much better organised defence, that was able …read more

Jul 20 14

First Team Managers Report

by Steve Eastwood

So the first team had a rare friday night fixture vs the high flying Toronto Scottish at fletchers field. The Scottish in second place currently were going to present a big challenge for the cru men. But the cru got off to a great start with another reshuffled line up due to availability and injury …read more

Jul 17 14

CRU U18′s take on John Cleveland College

by Jamie Morton

John Cleveland College from Hinckley, England was the second touring side that the U18 team would face this year. Rain early in the day on Sunday cleared up in time for the 6:30 kick off. JCC made their intentions clear from the opening kick off as they immediately put CRU under pressure. That pressure set …read more

Jul 13 14

First team managers report

by Steve Eastwood

It was another fine day for rugby at Crusader Park with the CRU fielding six sides on the day. It started off with the senior women’s teams vs Waterloo county, both teams coming out as the runner ups in the early games. The men’s fourths came away with a convincing win over their Waterloo counterparts on …read more

Jul 10 14

Crusaders U14′s win over touring Newfoundland U14′s

by Webmaster

On Sunday the 22nd June the CRU U14 Lancers had a convincing win over thye visiting Newfoundland U14 side. See the highlights!  

Jul 8 14

U14 Lancers dominate arch rival Oshawa Vikings and Archers come from behind to win

by Webmaster

Just three league games into the season and the U14 Lancers remain the only unbeaten team in the Ontario Blue Division.  After defeats of Balmy Beach (29-5), Toronto Nomads (85-0) and a touring provincial U14 side from Newfoundland (44-29) it was time to finally play last year’s finalist and arch rival the Oshawa Vikings for …read more