FIXTURES SET TO BE UNVEILED

28 Jul 2015

OUR Super 8s fixtures will be revealed tomorrow morning!

James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls are readying themselves to battle First:Utility Super League’s bottom four and the Kingstone Press Championship’s elite – with promotion up for grabs.

Over the weekend, results confirmed the Bulls would face Halifax, Sheffield Eagles, Widnes Vikings and Salford Red Devils at the Provident Stadium.

And they will tackle Leigh Centurions, Hull Kingston Rovers and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats away from home.

Tonight, we will confirm the date of our first home game of the Super 8s – and who will arrive to act as our opponents.

The remaining Super 8s fixtures will be unveiled after 10.00am TOMORROW morning!

This information will be announced via the club’s social media channels between the hours of 8.00pm and 10.00pm!

To enjoy all of the action – and ensure you don’t miss a minute of the Super 8s action – bag a Route 66 package TODAY!

This means you can enjoy FOUR home games for the price of THREE as the Bulls begin their journey back to the sport’s top flight. 

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SECURE SUMMER CAMPS PLACES TODAY

27 Jul 2015

THIS summer the Bradford Bulls Foundation will be running FIVE activity camps, starting this week!

The camps have been specifically designed for children aged between six and fourteen, getting underway from 10.00am.

Each camp will last for four hours and the first will be held on Friday July 31.

The Summer Camps are as follows:

Bulls Sports Day - July 31

Evasion Camp - August 7

Bash Camp - August 14

Be A Pro - August 21

Team Challenge - August 28

All children who attend the camps will receive a Bradford Bulls t-shirt, a certificate and an official goodie bag!

The camps will be run by fully-qualified coaches, who all hold a current DBS check, and staged at Odsal Recreational Ground – situated adjacent to the Provident Stadium.

There will be photo opportunities throughout the day and Bradford Bulls first-team players will be in attendance.

Those already booked on to camps are asked to arrive before 9.30am to register.

CLICK HERE to book your place TODAY, for as little as £15!

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BULLS HAVE OPPONENTS CONFIRMED

27 Jul 2015

AFTER 23 breathtaking rounds, the regular season is finally over and we now know who we will face and where we will face them in the inaugural Super 8s.

The First:Utility Super League’s bottom four and the Kingstone Press Championship’s top four will comprise the eight-team mini league, starting next month.

Each team will meet each other once, with the top three guaranteeing themselves places in Super League next season.

Fourth will then meet fifth in the ‘Million Pound Game’ to determine who joins them. The loser on the other hand, will join sixth, seventh and eighth in the Kingstone Press Championship for 2016.

By securing a top-two finish in the sport’s second tier, the Bulls have earned themselves home fixtures against the teams that finished ninth and eleventh in First:Utility Super League – Widnes Vikings and Salford Red Devils.

James Lowes’ men will travel to face Hull Kingston Rovers and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, who finished the season tenth and bottom, respectively.

Bradford’s third and final away fixture will be at the home of Kingstone Press Championship League Leaders Leigh Centurions – who eventually won the season-long race for top spot last Wednesday.

The Championship’s third and fourth-placed sides, Sheffield Eagles and Halifax, will be making the trip to the Provident Stadium, Odsal – where they have both already lost this season.

Confirmation of the Super 8s fixture will be unveiled at 10.00am on Wednesday!

To follow the Bulls’ Super 8s journey, CLICK HERE to secure a Route 66 package, offering supporters four home games for the price of three!

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LOWES FEELING BULLISH AHEAD OF SEASON CLIMAX

27 Jul 2015

HEAD coach James Lowes is full of optimism heading into the Super 8s, insisting the ‘bigger picture’ is key as his Bradford Bulls enter the business end of their 2015 campaign.

The end-of-season play-offs begin in less than two weeks’ time and Bradford enter as second-placed finishers in the Kingstone Press Championship.

Over the next eight weeks, Lowes’ Bulls will face a quartet of First:Utility Super League clubs and three of their second-tier counterparts – with the right of a return to the sport’s top flight up for grabs.

Yesterday, a depleted Bradford side were edged out by local rivals Halifax.

But with a host of Bulls set to return to action in time for the opening Super 8s weekend, including Lee Gaskell, Jake Mullaney, Harry Siejka, Dale Ferguson and Adrian Purtell, Lowes is feeling positive.

“Yesterday was not about the result, it was about character building,” said the Bradford boss, who is sponsored in memory Joyce Dobby.

“We gave some of the boys an opportunity, with it being the final game of the regular season, and, in the second half, they took their chances well.

“It is always disappointing to lose but you have to look at the bigger picture and that is what we are doing.

“It is all to play for from here and we are very much looking forward to getting stuck in.”

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LATE FIGHTBACK NOT ENOUGH AS BULLS LOSE OUT

26 Jul 2015

BRADFORD Bulls ended their regular-season campaign with a narrow defeat suffered at the hands of local rivals Halifax.

Trailing 14-0 at the break, the Bulls battled back in the second half - scoring three tries to take the lead with less than 20 minutes left to play.

But Steve Tyrer’s late penalty and breakaway try meant Bradford's hard work counted for nothing, condemning James Lowes’ men to a final-day defeat.

CLICK HERE to read a full match report.

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