A SIXTH win in a row is the North Wales Crusaders' target heading into another pivotal weekend.

Anthony Murray's charges remained second in the League 1 rankings on the back of last weekend's comeback 29-16 success at Oldham.

That made it five wins in a row for the Crusaders, who will head south to tackle Cornwall on Sunday.

What has been pleasing for Murray has been the commitment of the whole squad, not just the 13 players who have taken to the field of play.

"It's good. We've got some real good strength in depth and everybody's fighting for a spot," told the club's Twitter page.

"So, really pleased for all the players.

"We've got a real good work ethic about us.

"From one to 19.

"There's two guys that squaddied today.

"They did nothing but encourage their team-mates and that's what it's about.

"Just encouraging each other and when you get your opportunity to make sure you take it."