07 Jul 2015

BRADFORD Bulls would like to exclusively invite all 1863 members to join them for a Members Forum which will take place within the Provident Stadium's Conference & Banqueting facility on Thursday July 16.

The event, which will take place in the Legends Suite, will see the Board of Directors and head coach, James Lowes, answer members' questions from 7:00pm.

Doors will open at 6.30pm and, following the event, members are invited to stay and enjoy the second half of the Bradford Bulls under 19s fixture versus Salford Red Devils (KO 7.30pm).

Last night, members received an email including a password and a link to register their attendance – should you not have received this, email info@bradfordbulls.co.uk to register your contact details.

Those that have received the password can sign up and pose their question to the Board by CLICKING HERE.

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06 Jul 2015

BRADFORD Bulls are today delighted to announce the launch of a brand new ticket package enabling supporters to join us on what we hope will be our route back to Super League.

‘Route 66’ enables our supporters to join us for all 4 ‘Super 8 qualifier’ games for just £66* – that’s 4 games for the price of 3.

Having secured at least a second place finish in the Kingstone Press Championship, the four fixtures will take place from the weekend of August 8 and 9.

Super 8 qualifier fixtures will be announced by the RFL on Wednesday July 29 but we are offering you the chance to secure your place at these crucial games from today.

Supporters who purchase the ‘Route 66’ package before the fixtures are announced will receive four vouchers which will be exchangeable for match tickets following the July 29 announcement.

PLEASE NOTE: 1863 ‘All In’ Members have entry to all four Super 8 Qualifier games included in their membership.

Join us on the Route back to Super League – CLICK HERE to buy today or call us on 08448 711 490 (option 1)

*£66 is based on an adult, concession or young adult on the terrace. Provident Stand upgrade is available for a fee. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge. 

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06 Jul 2015

YOU have only a few hours to secure tickets for tonight’s Nando’s Takeover.

For one night only, we will be turning Nando’s Centenary Square Bradford red, amber and black – but your tickets must be secured before 4pm TODAY! 

And we want you to join us, with tickets priced at just £10 (adults) and £5 (juniors – under-16s). 

Included in the price are a superb choice of Nando’s classics and a fun-filled evening of entertainment. 

Doors will open at 6.00pm, with service commencing soon after and while you wait for your food you will be able to catch up with members of James Lowes’ squad, enjoy a Q&A and quiz – with an array of prizes to be won! 

You will be able to choose from one of the following options: 

- Quarter chicken, two side orders and a bottomless soft-drink 

- Five chicken wings, two side orders and a bottomless soft-drink 

- Grilled chicken burger or pitta, two side orders and a bottomless soft-drink 

- (Vegetarians): Veggie/Beanie burger or pitta, two side orders and a bottomless soft-drink 

- Any kid’s meal (menu’s available on request) and one apple/strawberry cordial or dessert 


Available side orders include:

- Spicy Rice

- Coleslaw

- Garlic Bread

- Corn on The Cob

- Creamy Mash

- Chips

- Peri-Chips

- Mixed-Leaf Salad

- Macho Peas


Alcoholic drinks and other desserts will also be available but will be charged at the normal price. 

A raffle will also take place on the evening and all proceeds from the event will be donated to the Bradford Bulls Foundation.

Tickets, priced at £10 (adults) and £5 (juniors) are now available and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE.

But please hurry, as only 100 places are available for this one-off, exclusive sitting – with only a few places left remaining!

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06 Jul 2015

BRADFORD Bulls head coach James Lowes was “delighted” with his team’s performance in the 68-6 thrashing of Hunslet Hawks yesterday.

Lowes had been unhappy with recent performances and the Bulls responded in style over the weekend, with the Super 8s fast approaching.

“I was not concerned going into yesterday’s game, as there is no panic in what we do”, said Lowes, who is sponsored in memory of Joyce Dobby.

“We had a poor day at the office on Wednesday and people have just got to accept that it happens in the game.

“Yesterday, I was just focused on us and what we can do.

“We came into the game with the right mentality and took away the unforced errors we had on Wednesday, which was a massive factor in why we got beat.

“As a result, we had more energy with the ball and had less defending to do.

“It just goes to show what can happen with a few changes to the way we play.”

The league-leading Bulls were in rampant form as they took apart the Hunslet hosts, especially the reshuffled back-line which ran in 11 of Bradford’s 13 tries.

Head coach Lowes paid particular tribute to his new-look half-back pairing.

“Our attack was pretty good,” added Lowes.

“Jake (Mullaney) played off the back of some quality go forward, which helped massively.

“He was not down to play. He was on the bench and I was going to feed him back in but Adrian (Purtell) pulled out at the last minute and he stepped up.

“He is a good player and he slotted into that half-back role well.

“He can play in the halves or at full-back but I think wherever he plays, his attacking role is similar.

“You have got to give Danny (Addy) some credit today, I thought he controlled the second half.

“The mentality behind what he was trying to do was bang on.

“He was a big factor in how our game went and Jake complimented him very well with his running game.”

Bradford return to Kingstone Press Championship action on Sunday, taking on Sheffield Eagles at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Tickets for the round twenty-one contest can be secured by CLICKING HERE.

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05 Jul 2015

A VIRTUOSO performance from Jake Mullaney steered the Bulls to an emphatic victory over Hunslet Hawks at the South Leeds Stadium.

The diminutive Australian was unstoppable on his return from injury, scoring four tries and having a hand in almost everything the Bulls did well in a much improved team performance.

The convincing win retained the Bulls’ position at the top of Kingstone Press Championship and guaranteed James Lowes’ men a top-two finish come the end of the season.


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