Oct 10, 327 days ago

Crusaders unveil new 2014 shirt

Crusaders unveil new 2014 shirt

North Wales Crusaders have unveiled their new 2014 shirt today and announced a new deal with kit manufacturer Titan Rugby.

The new black and red strip sporting the dragons head will be on sale from the mid-to-end of November and will replace the black ‘Glyndwr’ kit was used mainly for the 2012 season.

The club will continue to use the 2013 ‘Dragon kit’ but updated for the 2014 season, but next year this will become the secondary strip.

Speaking about the kit launch, Head of Commercial Hanna Clarke said “We’re really excited about the new kit, we think it looks fantastic and has that bit of stand out that we thought we achieved with the Dragon Kit this year.”

“As opposed to last year we won’t be taking pre-orders, but will have a large stock available in November. The price of the kit is also going to be reduced for the 2014 season, coming down to £39.99 for adults and £33.99 for kids.”

“We’re really pleased with the quality of the shirts and hope to see them out in force on the first game of the season.”


Share "Crusaders unveil new 2014 shirt" via

1 Readers Commented

Add a comment
  1. December 1, 2013
    Any new's on the shirts? Its getting closer to Christmas and there's a space for a present under the tree ;-). Reply

Leave a Reply

More in NEWS
Sep 2, 29 mins ago

Second stand open for Leigh clash

Second stand open for Leigh clashNORTH WALES CRUSADERS will open a section of the Yale Stand for this Sunday’s game against Leigh Centurions.  With the Centurions expecting at least 600 hundred supporters to follow them on their travels for their last game of the regular season, ...

Sep 2, 2 hours ago

DAG Engineering to sponsor End of Season Awards

DAG Engineering to sponsor End of Season AwardsIT IS with great excitement we can announce that DAG Engineering are the proud sponsors of North Wales Crusaders’ End of Season Awards for 2014. Thanks to the sponsorship, we are able to discount the ticket price down to £25pp. The ...

Sep 2, 6 hours ago

Murray: Needed to take game by scruff of neck

Murray: Needed to take game by scruff of neckCRUSADERS head coach Anthony Murray was left disappointed with aspects of his side’s performance in the defeat to Barrow Raiders at the weekend.  Heading into the closing stages of the game, Crusaders had the upper hand as they trailed by two ...