Established in 2010, Caledonian Crushers Wheelchair Rugby Club is based in Glasgow with players from all over Scotland.
Having been inspired by Michael Kerr, the only Scottish player in the GB Wheelchair Rugby Team, Glasgow Wheelchair Rugby Club was established in September 2011.
The club’s aim is to get as many people as possible involved with wheelchair ruby in Scotland.
The Caledonian Crushers encourage anyone interested in volunteering and players of all levels, experience and disabilities to take part in wheelchair rugby.
The Caledonian Crushers made their competitive debut at the GBWR National Championships in June 2012 against teams from all over the UK.
Being the only club in Scotland, the Caledonian Crushers wheelchair rugby club currently has players from all over Central Scotland including Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Perth, Alloa, Edinburgh and Galashiels.
The team train weekly at the new Emirates Arena, which was built especially for the 2012 Commonwealth games and boasts some of the best facilities in the UK and Europe.
The club currently trains every Tuesday evening 7-9 at the Commonwealth Arena, or Glasgow Club Gorbals when the Arena is unavailable.