Match report: Bradford Bulls 60-6 Oldham RLFC

Joe Whitley
By Joe Whitley April 6, 2014 15:30

Match report: Bradford Bulls 60-6 Oldham RLFC

In a nutshell
Bradford outclassed their Championship opposition with 11 well-taken tries.

How it unfolded
6’ – A superb solo effort from Luke Gales from 30 metres out sees the half-back go over under the sticks. He converts his own try: 6-0.

16’ – Adam O’Brien makes a break to put in Brett Kearney, who flies over after racing past the Oldham defence. Gale adds the two: 12-0.

18’ – Gale running the show and crosses for a second score, this time supporting an Elliot Kear break. The Englishman converts: 18-0.

23’ – Kenny Hughes responds for the visitors, who take advantage of back-to-back sets. Lewis Palfrey adds the extras: 18-6.

38’ – Dale Ferguson, making a return from injury earlier than scheduled, makes a 40m break, finished by Wales international Elliot Kear. Gale converts: 24-6.

43’ – O’Brien leaps over from dummy half to extend the Bulls’ lead. Gale converts: 30-6.

46’ – Danny Addy adds another try, with Gale kicking his sixth conversion: 36-6.

57’ – Elliot Kear makes another break to put in Adam Henry. Gale fails to add the extras: 40-6.

59’ – Adam Henry returns the favour, putting Elliot Kear over. Gale kicks it this time: 46-6.

67’ – A Luke Gale break is finished by Jamie Foster, who bring up the 50. Gale misses the kick: 50-6.

74’ – Luke Gale completes his hat-trick and then adds the extras: 56-6.

77’ – Ferguson scores on his debut to put the Bulls past 60 points. Gale misses the conversion: 60-6.

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Joe Whitley
By Joe Whitley April 6, 2014 15:30

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