06 May 2015
YOU have less than 10 DAYS to take advantage of our stunning replica shirt offer, which gives you the chance to bag a FREE t-shirt when you bag a home, away or limited-edition Summer Bash jersey.
We are giving you the opportunity to get your hands on a leisure t-shirt (RRP £14.99) when purchasing any of our 2015 strips.
All 2015 replica shirts are available in a range of mens and kids sizes while the home and away replicas are also available in ladies fit.
Replica shirts are priced at £44.99 and, if you buy before 5.00pm on Friday May 15, you can get your hands on one of a range of leisure t-shirts – worth £14.99 – FREE of charge!
This fantastic free t-shirt offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers or discounts.
So hurry, be part of the team and get your 2015 replica shirt TODAY!
CLICK HERE to buy online or visit the Team Shop at The Provident Stadium, during normal office hours.
The Provident Stadium's Team Shop is open Monday to Saturday from 9.00am until 5.00pm.
05 May 2015
PROCEEDS from the Bradford Bulls Foundation’s upcoming Poker Evening will be donated to support the family of Danny Jones, who passed away on Sunday.
The Poker Evening makes up a part of ‘Robbie’s Big 10’ – a Bulls Foundation initiative running throughout the course of 2015.
Jones, 29, collapsed after being substituted during Keighley Cougars’ Kingstone Press League 1 clash with London Skolars and was treated by the match doctor and paramedics at the ground before being taken to the Royal Free Hospital.
Despite efforts to resuscitate the Cougars’ stand-off, Jones sadly passed away.
He tragically leaves behind wife, Liz, and five-month old twins.
In just 72 hours, more than £50,000 has been raised to support Jones’ family.
Monday’s Poker Evening, being held in conjunction between the Bradford Bulls Foundation (Charity No: 1106608) and Grosvenor Casino, Bradford, was originally designed to raise funds for The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice (Charity No: 1110457) and the Foundation itself.
But Trustees have now agreed that the Foundation’s fundraising split will be donated to the Danny Jones Fund, meaning 100% of all proceeds will be donated.
This event provides the perfect opportunity for Bradford supporters to get behind two incredible causes by joining us for what will be an action-packed evening of fun.
Bulls chief executive and Foundation trustee Robbie Hunter-Paul said: “Sunday’s news hit everyone like a thunderbolt, it was truly shocking and it has certainly shook the sport of rugby league.
“Although I didn’t personally know Danny, having played against him on numerous occasions, it certainly brings it a lot closer to home.
“The fact he leaves behind his wife and baby twins is utterly devastating.
“The rugby league community has rallied, raising huge funds for to support his family and we as a club and the Bulls Foundation play our part in that.
“Funds which have been and are due to be raised to support the Bulls Foundation will now be handed to the Rugby League Cares Benevolent Fund, which has already raised over £50,000 through the JustGiving page launched this week.
“This event provides our fans to support two fantastic causes, in Danny Jones’ family and The Forget Me Not Hospice, which supports families throughout our district.
“And I would urge supporters to hurry and secure tickets for what promises to be a fantastic event."
James Lowes’ entire first-team squad will be present, allowing you to mingle with your favourite Bulls players and face them on the poker table!
Places are limited, however, so to support the family of Danny Jones and The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, while enjoying a unique evening with us at Grosvenor Casino, Bradford, CLICK HERE or call 08448 711 490 NOW!
Meanwhile, the club has positioned a fundraising bucket inside the Provident Stadium’s Team Shop, allowing supporters and staff to donate right here in the ground.
05 May 2015
SHEFFIELD Eagles head coach Mark Aston believes the Bulls are on course to achieve promotion this season.
Speaking following Sunday’s game between Bradford and Sheffield, which saw James Lowes’ men romp to a 46-12 success, the Eagles chief paid credit to the Provident Stadium outfit’s progress.
He commented on the Bulls’ recent upturn in form, insisting it will be Lowes’ men on top come the end of the 2015 Kingstone Press Championship campaign.
“I think Bradford played the best they have all season today (Sunday),” said Aston, shortly after the full-time hooter – in his post-match press conference.
“It would certainly be very close between Bradford and Leigh, because Leigh are starting to crack.
“Bradford are going this way and Leigh another. At the moment, Leigh are probably a tad in front of them.
“But, by the end of the season, who will get promoted? I think you would probably put your house on it being Bradford.”
“It is interesting because Bradford are hitting form at the right time.
“Lee Gaskell is the best half-back in the competition, without a shadow of a doubt.
“It is credit (to Bradford) that he is still here and that they have kept him.
“There are some great players here and some good young kids. It is only a matter of time before it all clicks.”
Lowes’ Bulls return to Kingstone Press Championship action this Sunday, taking on Whitehaven at the Recreation Ground.
Tickets for the round-twelve contest are still available and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE.
05 May 2015
JAMES Lowes’ Bradford Bulls will look to make it 11 wins on the spin when they travel to Whitehaven on Sunday, with the action getting underway from 3.00pm at the Recreation Ground.
The Bulls swept aside Sheffield Eagles last time out, romping to a 46-12 success at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.
And the time has now come for you to secure your place for this weekend’s Kingstone Press Championship clash.
We would love to see another huge backing follow Lowes’ men on the road.
Tickets for the Sunday May 10 contest are priced as follows:
Adult – £15
Concession (65+) – £10
Junior (Under-16s) - £5
Under-2s - FREE
Junior and youth members of The 1863 Club will be able to gain FREE admission upon producing their membership card.
Meanwhile, you are invited to travel with fellow supporters on official fan coaches, which will depart the Provident Stadium, Odsal, at 10.30am.
Supporter coach tickets are limited, however, priced at £24 (members) and £27 (non-members), so please hurry and secure your place NOW.
CLICK HERE to buy tickets and coach travel TODAY, or, alternatively, call a member of our team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.
04 May 2015
JAMES Lowes has heaped praise on his Bradford Bulls after watching the Provident Stadium men produce their “best performance of season” yesterday, defeating fellow promotion rivals Sheffield Eagles with ease.
The Bulls boss saw his side storm into an unanswered interval lead, before putting the game to bed following the restart.
Dale Ferguson was named man of the match but was one of a handful Bradford stars who turned on the style over the weekend, the home side romping to a 46-12 success.
“I was very pleased with how we played, I thought we were pretty good,” said Lowes, who is sponsored in memory of Joyce Dobby.
“It was the best 80-minute performance of the season so far, without a doubt.
“You could go through the side, from one to 17, I thought we were far better than them.
“It has taken a while for us to get up to speed but we are certainly getting there.”
Meanwhile, officials have this morning confirmed the rescheduling of the Bulls' Kingstone Press Championship clash with Featherstone Rovers.
Originally due to take place on Sunday May 17, the contest will now get underway from 8.00pm on Wednesday July 1.
This change comes due to the Rovers partaking in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup sixth-round action that weekend.
Tickets are now back on sale and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE, allowing you to make savings on gameday admission prices.