Sunday, January 25, 2015
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Bradford Bulls

Bradford to give trialist Martin a go against Leeds


Bradford Bulls will give trialist Charlie Martin an opportunity to impress during this Sunday’s friendly against arch rivals Leeds Rhinos. Martin, a former Castleford Tigers player, has been included in James Lowes’ 24-man squad for the game, which also sees a number of the club’s Under-19s players get a chance to stake a claim for a place, too. Liam Kirk, ... Read More »

Ferguson misses out in Bulls squad for Huddersfield game


Bradford Bulls have made just one change to their squad for this weekend’s second pre-season game against Huddersfield Giants. Forward Dale Ferguson is the man who does not feature, meaning he misses out on the opportunity to line up against his former club. That means the spare spot in the squad goes to centre Adam Henry, who comes in for ... Read More »

Super League needs Bradford Bulls, says Harrison


Bradford Bulls assistant coach Karl Harrison says that whilst he’s under no illusions about earning the right to get promoted, Super League is a competition that needs the Bulls in it. The club will compete outside of the top tier for the first time in Super League history in 2015, after relegation from the competition in 2014. Harrison has joined ... Read More »

Bradford name strong squad for Castleford clash


Bradford Bulls have named a strong squad for their opening pre-season friendly against Castleford this Sunday, with as many as 11 new faces expected to debut for James Lowes’ men. Stars such as Jake Mullaney and Harry Siejka are likely to make their bow for the Bulls, in a game which is doubling up as former Bull Andy Lynch’s testimonial ... Read More »

Green warns Bulls fans of “uncomfortable viewing”


League Express ‘Man of the Year’, Bradford Bulls chairman Marc Green, has warned the club’s fans that they are set for some “uncomfortable viewing” in 2015, as they embark on a new campaign in unfamiliar surroundings – the Championship. Green believes that the Bulls will be the biggest team to play in England’s second tier for a long time, and ... Read More »

Bulls Chairman responds to League Express accolade


BRADFORD BULLS chairman Marc Green has been named ‘Man of The Year’ byLeague Express, the UK’s leading rugby league newspaper. Martyn Sadler, League Express’ managing editor, revealed the news in today’s edition of the newspaper, as part of his weekly column. An extract from the article can be read below. “I know a lot of Bulls supporters, and they are ... Read More »

Bulls unwrap Lauaki for Christmas

News Ch Bradford Epalahame Lauaki (1)

BRADFORD BULLS have announced the signing of former Hull FC and Wigan prop forward Epalahame Lauaki on a two-year contract. Lauaki, 30, arrives from NRL side Manly Sea Eagles, where he spent the majority of last season after departing Wigan at the end of 2013. Prior to joining Wigan, the New Zealand and Tonga international played with New Zealand Warriors ... Read More »

Bulls: Jimmy Lowes relishing Championship challenge


Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes believes the club is in a similar position to when he first joined in the mid ’90s. At that time Bradford Northern had just become the Bulls and Lowes became a hero as the club enjoyed its most successful era. Now he has been handed the task of revitalising a Bulls outfit who suffered ... Read More »

Bradford confident of reaching 4,000 season ticket sales

Steve Ferres (left) and Marc Green (right). ©BradfordBulls

Bradford Bulls chief executive Steve Ferres has revealed he is “quietly confident” of the club reaching 4,000 season ticket sales for 2015 – after the club passed the halfway mark on that milestone last week. Memberships at Odsal are past 2,000 already, and with the Christmas rush about to begin, sales are expected to surge even more ahead of the ... Read More »

Leaving Bradford was wrong move, says Ainscough

Shaun Ainscough

Former Bradford Bulls winger Shaun Ainscough has revealed that he regrets turning down a contract offer with the Bulls and leaving the club back in 2012 – saying that the financial strains the club were experiencing made him make what he believes was the wrong career decision. Ainscough left the Bulls at the end of the 2012 season after turning ... Read More »