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The Canterbury Crusaders has won the Super Rugby Championship nine times since the competition began in 1996.
Crusader is a specialised mineral producer focussed on precious metals and bulk commodities in Brazil with more than 12 years of experience of operating in the country.
The company has, for acquiring all the ownership interests in Crusader, issued around 152.4 million shares of common stock to the Crusader holding companies, and will issue options to acquire an additional 35 million shares of its common stock at an exercise price of USD3.00 per share to the Crusader management team.
It was not until over 100 years after the First Crusade, in the 13th century, that European Christians made any organized attempt to convert Muslims to Christianity, when the Franciscans began missionary work among Muslims in lands held by the Crusaders. This effort was largely unsuccessful.
Although always continuing to emphasize the ideas of race patriotism, after the Red Summer of 1919 the Crusader grew increasingly anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist.
In Crusader society, there was a constant coming and going.
Crusaders face Scorpions in Easter Monday clash NORTH Wales Crusaders will face South Wales Scorpions in the first professional Welsh rugby league derby for more than 101 years on Easter Monday next year.
Minutes later the Crusaders were reduced to 12 men as Joe Bate saw yellow for an off the ball tackle.
Ballymena United winger David Cushley, who joins Crusaders this summer, won the Belleek Goal Of The Season for an outlandish long range lob against Linfield in December.
Crusaders opened the scoring when, after Andy Moulsdale had come within inches of the line, Johnson was sent through a gap by Dave McConnell.
The Crusaders started slowly and Northern were the first team to score with a converted try.
Summary: Muscat: Crusaders won the inaugural seven-a-side football tournament organised by the Indian Social Club Muscat.
North Wales Crusaders 28 Doncaster 41 DONCASTER continued their strong start to the season as they pulled away from North Wales Crusaders in the second half with a bit more experience and that decisive touch when it was needed.
The Crusaders staved off elimination with a hard-fought 3-1 win against Mercyhurst in Game 2 of their Atlantic Hockey Association best-of-three quarterfinal series last night at Mercyhurst Ice Center.
Wales: J Morgan (Crusaders), C Leyshon (Crusaders), J Pring (SW Scorpions), TJ Collin (Crusaders), B Burgess (Crusaders), O Olds (Leeds Rhinos), C Davies (Crusaders), R Pugsley (Crusaders), D Evans (Crusaders), R Watkins (Crusaders), D Palmer (Crusaders), B Hill (SW Scorpions), R Lloyd (Wigan, capt.) Subs: E Ellis (Crusaders), J Molloy (London Broncos), D Mock (Crusaders), O Phillips (Crusaders).