ALTHOUGH they’ve maintained their winning League One run, there is still plenty for North Wales Crusaders to work on.

Crusaders made it two wins out of two in the league with a hard-fought 20-14 triumph at home to Midlands Hurricanes, but player-coach Carl Forster highlighted a number of issues over the course of the contest.

He told the club’s Facebook page: “I just thought we were really daft at times.

“I think our completions were in the 50 per cents and, you know, obviously that’s just not good enough.”

There were positives to take, though, and Forster added: “But I thought what we did show was a lot of character on our goal-line.

“I think Midlands must have had 10 sets on our try-line in that second half and I don’t think we had any on their line.

“I think we went down there twice and scored twice, so we were efficient with the ball, but coming out of yardage we needed to, you know, tidy things up.”

Pat Ah Van crossed for a brace of tries for the Crusaders, while there were also scores from Ryan Ellis and Forster.

Crusaders are at home again this Sunday for their meeting with Newcastle Thunder.