Bradford Bulls have finalised a deal to keep Rhys Lovegrove at the club on a permanent basis. Lovegrove has been on a one-month loan with the Bulls, but has now done enough to earn a two-year contract with the club.
Bradford Bulls top the Championship table and are unbeaten after three rounds. Assistant coach Chev Walker, said:“It’s really good to have the momentum with us at the moment. We haven’t been as good as we can be, but we’ve been
Bradford Bulls managing director Steve Ferres believes that this Sunday’s huge Championship showdown with Leigh Centurions will be a game of “Super League quality”. The Bulls meet the Centurions for the first time in 2016 at Odsal on Sunday, with
Bradford Bulls have offered a one-month trial to former Hull KR forward Rhys Lovegrove. The former Robins forward joins the Bulls after leaving London Broncos – having previously spent just under a decade at Craven Park. The 28-year-old Australian made
Bradford Bulls chairman Marc Green has admitted that the cost of erecting a roof on Bradford’s ‘Northern Terrace’ is not as expensive as first thought – and if fans raise half the money, he’ll contribute the other half. Green estimates
Bradford winger James Clare is determined to put one over the club he grew up hating this weekend. Castleford-born Clare has a not-so fond relationship with Featherstone due to the rivalry between Rovers and his hometown club. Having also played for
The wait is finally over – Super League XXI is here! The new season kicks off tonight with a potentially superb game to start the 2016 campaign – defending champions Leeds Rhinos against arguably last year’s most disappointing outfit, Warrington
Influential hooker Adam O’Brien believes the Bulls are primed for success after tasting agony in the Million Pound Game last year. Bradford narrowly missed out on promotion last year after falling to defeat at Wakefield in the winner-takes-all contest. Although
Rhys Jacks’ trial at Bradford has finished and he will not be offered a contract. The Canadian international is thought to have been told he will not be given a deal despite showing glimpses of promises against Leeds and Castleford. Meanwhile,
James Lowes stayed tight-lipped when asked about the futures of Rhys Jacks and Dan Caprice. The duo are currently on trial with the club ahead of the upcoming Championship season and both featured in Bradford’s final pre-season game against Castleford.