Bradford Bulls land Tongan international Uaisele

Bradford Bulls have confirmed the signing of Tongan international Etu Uaisele, who has agreed a two-year deal with the club. The former NRL star, who enjoyed spells Down Under with Parramatta Eels and Penrith Panthers, is currently plying his trade with Kingstone Press Championship Sheffield Eagles. An explosive three-quarter, 29-year-old Uaisele – who can operate both at centre and on the…

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Brett Kearney: “It’s definitely not the way I wanted to leave”

This article originally appeared in this week’s edition of League Express newspaper, and we broke the news before anyone else. Click here to download the digital version to your computer, smartphone or tablet Bradford fullback Brett Kearney has revealed he will end his five-year stint with the Bulls at the end of the season and return to Australia. The 30-year-old,…

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Rugby League World: Year of the Wolves?

Warrington Wolves have long been tipped for Grand Final success – so is this finally their year? Rugby League World Magazine sits down with the four men charged with plugging the gap left by retiring halfback Lee Briers to find out. Chris Bridge, Richie Myler, Stefan Ratchford and Gareth O’Brien have all featured at halfback this season and are now…

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Bradford Bulls determined to score derby win

Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes is targeting a derby win at local rivals Leeds Rhinos tonight – because he knows the players may not get another opportunity for at least a year. Following relegation to the Championship, this could be the last Bradford-Leeds derby – a fixture which has contest Grand Finals and Challenge Cup Finals in the past…

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Peacock: Leeds-Bradford derby hasn’t mattered for a while

Leeds Rhinos prop Jamie Peacock believes the derby with former club Bradford lost its potency long before the Bulls were condemned to relegation. The former Great Britain star, speaking to the Yorkshire Post, said: “With Bradford, winning the 2005 Grand Final against Leeds in my last game for them has to be the best. “But for Leeds, if I’m honest,…

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Bradford Bulls duo next to sign up for 2015

Bradford Bulls have announced that two more of their current squad have signed up for the 2015 season, as forwards Adam Sidlow and Tom Olbison have penned new deals. Olbison has agreed a two-year deal wit the Bulls, whilst Sidlow will stay with the club until at least the end of next season, having signed a one-year extension to his…

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Jamie Langley would “seriously consider” Bulls return

Hull KR forward Jamie Langley admits he would be open to the prospect of returning to former club Bradford Bulls next season and helping them return to Super League. The 30-year-old, who joined the Robins last year on a 12-month deal, was told by Rovers boss Chris Chester he would not be offered a new contract after his season was…

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Crowd Watch: Super League fixture analysis, Round 22

Welcome to our weekly look at the crowd figures across Super League, as we examine the attendance stats for Round 22. After our piece which detailed just how clubs were doing in terms of overall average attendances, we’ve decided to go one better and look at each fixture from the previous round – comparing it to the 2013 equivalent. We’ll…

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Wigan: Wane didn’t sleep after Bulls defeat

Wigan coach Shaun Wane claims he couldn’t sleep following the Warriors’ shocking 16-8 loss to Bradford Bulls on Sunday. The reigning double champions, seemingly complacent after thrashing the Bulls in their last meeting, lacked passion and enthusiasm and ultimately lost ground in the race for the League Leaders’ shield. “I didn’t sleep last night, I watched the game four times…

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