North Wales Crusaders RL Wheelchair Team are looking for new members
The team play in a national league and 6 of their players have gone on to represent Wales in the International game.
Training takes place on a Friday evening at Deeside Leisure Centre 6pm – 8pm, starting on March 21st2014.
Bob Wilson, North Wales Crusaders director said
‘North Wales Crusaders are extremely delighted to be in partnership with Disability Sport Wales and Sport Flintshire. Deeside Leisure Centre is the home of Wales rugby league and the Crusader’s wheelchair team train and play their matches there. We are looking forward to the forthcoming season and welcoming new players to our club’.
Wheelchair rugby league is an exciting sport which offers a fantastic opportunity to people of all abilities.
Whilst it is a wheelchair sport, you do not have to be a wheelchair user or have any level of impairment to play.
For further information regarding The Crusaders RL Wheelchair Team contact Bob Wilson.
For more information on disability sport in Flintshire contact Donna Bullivant-Evans.
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