The Cru!

The Western Crusaders are the first team in Victorian Gridiron history to field a womens team, known as the Western Foxes.

The Western Crusaders are also looking to expand their playing lists, to be the first team in Victoria and Australia to expand from one Division 1 team to fielding two senior mens sides (a Division 1 team and a Division 2 team), a junior team and a Womens team (Western Foxes).

 

 

 

Jordan Berry, the former Western Crusaders stand-out punter is etching a name for himself in the American collegiate ranks. Berry is now playing with the Colonels of Eastern Kentucky.

Check out links to Jordan’s progress below:

Kentucky.com

EKU Sports

The Age newspaper

Boxscores.com

2011 Senior Season Results

http://www.gridironvictoria.com.au/widgets/standings-division-one/

Crusaders 2010 Senior Season

October 16th 2010, Bertha Brown Bar, Melbourne.
Most Valuable Player – Tyson Garnham
Defensive Player of the year – Andrew “Chewy” Yeung
Offensive player of the year – Tyson Garnham
Back of the year – Andrew “Chewy” Yeung
Lineman of the year – Damien Griffen
Rookie of the year – Matthew Mihaljevic
Most Improved – Stefan Raponi
Coaches Award “Bruce Parke Trophy” – David Murphy
Unsung Hero – Felipe Sanchez
Clubman of the year – Paora Thompson & John McGuinness (tie)

Media Articles

WESTERN CRUSADERS 2010 SENIOR PRESENTATION NIGHT – Kulone Australia.

Crusaders continue their rampage | Star Hume | Star News Group Local News and Sport in your community.

Miners buried in landslide | Pakenham News | Star News Group Local News, Sport, Entertainment.

Drink-led recovery | Pakenham News | Star News Group Local News, Sport, Entertainment.

Miners’ scoring woes | Pakenham News | Star News Group Local News, Sport, Entertainment.

Crusaders too tough for Miners | Pakenham News | Star News Group Local News, Sport, Entertainment.

Crusaders crush Miners | Pakenham News | Star News Group Local News, Sport, Entertainment.