Thursday, October 2, 2014
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Bradford boss coy on Kear’s future

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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

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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 »

New Bradford Bulls man inspired by Vainikolo

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New Bradford Bulls signing Etu Uaisele has described the opportunity to sign for the club as a “massive chance”, and admits his career his taken inspiration from one of the club’s all-time great wingers. Uaisele penned a two-year deal to become the eighth member of James Lowes’ 2015 squad yesterday, and he said he can’t wait to get started with ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls land Tongan international Uaisele

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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 ... Read More »

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

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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, ... Read More »

Mullaney: I’ve got big shoes to fill at Bradford

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New Bulls signing Jake Mullaney admits he has “big shoes to fill” as he prepares to replace Brett Kearney in 2015. Kearney confirmed in this week’s League Express that he plans to leave the Bulls at the end of the season and return to Australia. “Brett is obviously a very good player and has been for many years,” Mullaney told ... Read More »