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Celtic Crusaders will be holding open trials for their new reserve team that will be taking part in the Super League Reserve Team Championship from 2009.
This year, all of the Super League clubs, with the exception of French side Catalans Dragons, took part in this league so the successful young Welsh players will be facing their fellow up and coming hopefuls from the likes of Wigan, St Helens, Leeds and Bradford and will be just one step away from running out onto the field in a fully fledged engage Super League match.
The trials are being held at the Brewery Field in Bridgend on Sunday 5th October at 10am and all budding athletes and rugby players who want to be a Super League star are encouraged to attend. To register for the course, applicants need to download a form at www.crusadersrfl.com/playforus.htm.
The new Super League Reserve Team for Celtic Crusaders completes a restructure of the club from 2009.
There will no longer be a Crusaders Colts side in the Conference National League. The current squad of players, who are one game away from joining their first team in Grand Final day in Warrington on September 28th, will now divide themselves between the new under 18s side and the Super League reserves.
Over 100 young Welsh players turned up for the Crusaders