NORTH WALES CRUSADERS host Newcastle Thunder in the Betfred League One at the Queensway Stadium, Wrexham, this Sunday and Super League season ticket holders can gain reduced admission to the game.
The match kicks-off at 2.30pm and will be Anthony Murray’s first home game back in charge of the Welsh side as they look to build on a positive performance against Doncaster when they host an in-form Newcastle side.
The match takes place at the Queensway Stadium, Wrexham, with car parking free of charge and a bar and food outlets located inside the stadium.
Gates open at 1.30pm with admission pay on the gate.
Tickets are priced at £10 adults, £7 concessions and £3 under 16’s, with Super League season ticket holders being able to gain reduced admission at £7 upon production of their season ticket at the gate.
Widnes Vikings season ticket holders can enter for £5 in an extension of the partnership between the two sides.
Speaking about the move, Crusaders CEO Andy Moulsdale said: “With a number of Super League sides playing during the week, it is a great opportunity to invite their supporters down to see North Wales Crusaders in action.
“In addition to that, we are also happy to welcome Widnes Vikings season ticket holders to Sunday’s match for £5 in an extension of the partnership between the two clubs.
“We’re set for a great game, and having a bumper crowd to cheer the lads on will be fantastic.”