Friday, September 19, 2014
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Danny Addy signs two-year contract extension at Bradford

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Scotland international Danny Addy has become the latest Bradford Bulls player to commit his future to the relegated club after agreeing a new two-year contract. The 23-year-old utility player says he dismissed interest from other First Utility Super League clubs to join team-mates Dale Ferguson, Lee Gaskell, Adam Sidlow, Tom Olbison and Adam Henry in re-signing for the Bulls. “Bradford ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls have “different bounce”, says Lowes

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Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes said his side have a “different bounce” to them in recent weeks, after they picked up their third consecutive Super League win with victory against Hull FC. Trailing 12-0 inside the first quarter, the Bulls scored five consecutive tries either side of the break to romp into a league they ultimately would not surrender, ... Read More »

Trio back for Bradford Bulls

Brett-Kearney

Bradford Bulls boss James Lowes has been given a major injury boost as the club look for their third successive Super League win this weekend – with the return of three of their big stars from injury. Skipper Matt Diskin has overcome a foot injury, while Brett Kearney has passed a head test after suffering concussion in the Bulls’ triumph ... Read More »

Debate: Bradford or London – who is best placed for 2015?

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For this week’s debate, we’re casting a mindful eye forward to the 2015 season, and examining which of Super League’s two relegated clubs are best prepared for life in the Championship next season. There’s a case to argue for both Bradford Bulls and London Broncos, with savvy recruitment and clever planning giving both clubs a case to believe they are ... Read More »

Bradford boss coy on Kear’s future

Elliot-Kear

Bradford Bulls head coach James Lowes has admitted that Elliot Kear’s future at the club is far from clear, after he spent last weekend on trial with Rugby Union outfit London Welsh. The Wales international has been at the Bulls for the past three seasons, but made an appearance for newly-promoted Welsh in their 64-0 win at Henley last weekend ... Read More »

Hull KR snap up James Donaldson

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Hull Kingston Rovers have continued to strengthen their squad for next season with the addition of Bradford Bulls forward James Donaldson. The 22-year-old will link up with the Robins on a two-year contract from November and becomes the club’s fourth new signing for 2015. A former England Schoolboys international, the back rower has racked up close to 70 Super League ... Read More »

Henry signs new deal at Bradford

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Bradford Bulls have re-signed their threequarter Adam Henry as the eleventh addition to their squad for 2015. The 23-year-old New Zealander arrived from Sydney Roosters prior to the start of last season and has signed a new one-year deal with the club. Henry, who can operate at centre and on the wing, has developed into a first-team regular this season, ... Read More »

Bulls snare Tomahawaks star Offerdahl

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Bradford Bulls have signed USA World Cup prop forward Mark Offerdahl, who becomes Bulls coach James Lowes’ fifth new signing for 2015, after Offerdahl signed a one-year deal with the club, and following the news last week that the club had signed Tongan winger Etu Uaisele from Featherstone Rovers, who is currently on loan at Sheffield Eagles. The 26-year-old forward ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls re-sign Adam O’Brien

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Bradford Bulls have made their ninth addition to their 2015 squad, after announcing the re-signing of rising star Adam O’Brien. O’Brien, who turned 21 last month, has agreed a new two-year-deal, meaning he will be a Bull until at least the end of 2016. The young hooker, who has enjoyed a more prominent role in the side recent weeks, is ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls aiming for 30-strong squad in 2015

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

Bradford Bulls managing director Steve Ferres has said the club are looking to put together a squad of 30 players for next season, as they continue to prepare for life in the Championship. The Bulls currently have eight players on their books for next season – including four new recruits. And, speaking to the Telegraph and Argus, Ferres said the ... Read More »