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Carr Looking To Continue Strong Start

North Wales Crusaders forward Adam Carr is looking to his side to continue their strong start to the 2024 Betfred League One campaign when they welcome Rochdale Hornets to Colwyn Bay this Sunday.

The 24-year-old said: "The atmosphere throughout the group and at training has been great, which is showing in our strong start to the season.

"The game last weekend against Keighley really showed us that we have the ability to hold and beat teams at the top end of table, and if we can put a few wrongs right this week, then we can kick on and be even better."

The former Thatto Heath Crusaders product who arrived in North Wales during the off season, added: "I think we approach this game the same as every week, Carl [Forster] has been drilling into us about completion and finishing on the field in the right places, if we can do that then we can show that we can beat any team in this league.

"Rochdale will be a tough test on Sunday, we know they can be dangerous, but if we play our game then it's ours to lose.

"We know they have a good roster of players, especially at half-back, and we know what they can do with the ball.

"We will have to be at our best, it will be a different test to Keighley last week, despite their start to the season we know that they still can cause us some problems, and it's up to us to stop the threat."

The England Community Lions international also reflected on the North Wales Crusaders supporters since his arrival.

"The fans have been loud and proud as always, which is like an extra man on the field sometimes, he said.

"We hope a lot of them will be making the trip to Colwyn Bay this Sunday to cheer us on and get that win to keep our strong start to the season going."

Tickets for Sunday's game are on sale now costing just £15 for adults and free for under 16's. Gates at Stadiwm CSM will open at 12:30pm with live music and children's activities available pre-match.


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