ALTHOUGH they’ve won their opening three matches of the League One season, there’s still areas for North Wales Crusaders to work on.

A super Sunday is in store as Crusaders head to fellow undefeated side Keighley Cougars and head coach Carl Forster has highlighted an area to work on following last week’s 58-18 success over Newcastle Thunder.

Forster (pictured above) told CruCast: “I wasn’t particularly happy with our spacings around the play the ball in defence.

“I thought we were more worried about them throwing the ball out wide rather than actually dealing with the threat of the player that was in front of us.

“I think that replicated on the last try. It was actually me who missed the one-on-one tackle, so the buck lies with me there.

“I’ll say that in the video session, but I just think there’s a lot we’re worrying about what the team are going to do the play after rather than directly that play in front of us.

“So, I think Keighley will look at that, they’ll probably try and attack us around the play the ball area.

“I think we just need to tighten everything up and, you know, we’ll work hard to get to our edges and help our edge defence out.”

On the whole, Forster is pleased with how his side is playing and he added: “It’s just a minor couple of tweaks here and there on our defensive shape.

“I think with the ball, we look okay.”