November 22, 2016
The Western Crusaders are NOW RECRUITING for the 2017 Season. The club, now in its 17th year, are seeking players that will join the ranks for 2017. If you are interested or have a friend that is, contact the club using the below form. Follow us on facebook Junior Varsity (JV) – Under 15 Boys & Girls COLTS
November 21, 2016
Over the weekend, the Western Crusaders held their 17th Annual General meeting at Crusader Park. The club would like to welcome the new committee for 2017. Special thank-you to all that have supported the Committee over the past year, and we’re looking forward to 2017 and beyond. President Peter Steve* Vice President Matthew Ireland Treasurer Stephen
November 2, 2016
The Western Crusaders Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on November 20th, 2016 at Crusader Park. All existing members are invited to attend and we will be calling for Nominations for all Executive Positions to take the club into the future To contact the club, and register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
August 18, 2016
Tyson Garnham shall blast his way into the Crusaders’ record books this Sunday with his 100th career game for the Western Crusaders. Garnham, 27, commenced his football career back in 2007. This weekend shall see him be the youngest player in franchise history to reach that milestone when we meet the Geelong Buccaneers this Sunday.
July 17, 2016
Cross town rivalry was on show with the Round 5 matchup between the Western Crusaders and Melbourne University Gridiron Club. In a game that came down to the final play, the Crusaders fell agonisingly short of victory going down 14-12 Congratulations to our Defensive MVP Andrew James and our Offensive MVP Tyson Garnham for both
July 14, 2016
Western Crusaders announce new Head Coach for the 2017 Women’s team. Harry Jalland shall lead the Crusaders team for the 2017 Season. He comes to the club with great experience in coaching with various GV clubs as well as the Women’s 2016 Victorian Eagles State team where he was a positional coach. #CRUNATION is thrilled
July 4, 2016
#CRU-NATION are pleased to announce the following broadcast partners for the 2016 Senior Men’s Season. Please ensure you take the time to visit their pages at the below links. It’s a fantastic collaboration between CRU-NATION and all three businesses, and we look forward to the many successes on and off the field, this year. Simply
June 8, 2016
Join the Western Crusaders as they kick off the 2016 Senior Men’s season, with their annual Jersey Presentation. For more information, please contact us below.
May 26, 2016
The Western Crusaders have appointed Craig Wilson as the 2016 Head Coach for the Senior Men’s team. Craig has an extensive football mind, gathered from his 30+ years of playing and coaching. Congratulations to him and the club and his plan is being executed at each training session. For further information, contact us at email@example.com
January 18, 2016
The Western Crusaders are continuing to recruit for the 2016 season in Men’s and the 2017 Season for Juniors and Women’s. For more details on how to join please contact us
June 27, 2015
Saturday 27th July Tyson Garnham fly’s out to Canton Ohio USA to represent Australia in the 2015 IFAF World Cup where Australia, USA, Japan, Mexico, Brazil and France will be competing. His games can be streamed on ESPN 3 Good luck Tyson and all of the CRU are behind you!
February 16, 2015
Each year, more and more Australians are playing starring roles in college football teams across the US, and Western Crusaders young gun Bailey Flint could be the next to add his name to the list. Flint has been accepted into Orange Coast College in California, but needs help from the Crusaders and Foxes community to
January 2, 2014
The Western Crusaders Junior team, also known as the "Junior Cru", finished their near perfect season with a Dominating 38 - 0, victory over the Monash Warriors at Ranger Field, in Croydon.
January 14, 2011
by Peter Steve On the 29th April 1998, the Western Crusaders Gridiron Club was formed, competing for the VicBowl in the 1999 championship series for Gridiron Victoria.