29 Aug 2015

THE latest BIG ONE Lottery draw has been made and we are delighted to announce the latest list of winners.

M Jennings (920), J Fowler (3281), G Wilkinson (1013), C Bayliss (3796), I Mitchell(287), C Knowles (14880), D Goodwin (1408), B Waterhouse (2191), K Kitchingham (3764) and S Monro (1691) have each bagged £5 cash prizes. 

A Robinson (5026), E Lowdell (2136), M Bissett (3944), K Shields (4706) and B Harrison (537) have won £100 cash prizes, while agent Steven Solomons will enjoy a meal at Cue Gardens.

D Diskin (13241), H Pickles (1964), A Deacon (3032), W Smith (2053), P Watson (1780), K Briggs (1171), L Marshall (998), G P Reynard (2444) and A Goodwin (1407) will all enjoy meals at a host of different venues.

Prince of Orange punters will enjoy FOUR free pints at rival pub The Top House while M Harrison(5014) and M Smith (3547) will do the same at The White Swan and The Market Tavern.

There is no Jackpot Winner this week, meaning the £350 prize rolls over to NEXT WEEK!

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning £100 each and every day whilst supporting the development of your #FutureBulls, CLICK HERE to email a member of our Big One team today! 

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28 Aug 2015

WE have slashed prices on all things playing kit, allowing you to purchase home and away shirts, shorts and socks at HALF PRICE!

That’s right, supporters have until 6.00pm on Sunday 6 September to bag replica shirts with a stunning 50% DISCOUNT included.

We want to fill the Provident Stadium terraces with official 2015 attire for our round-four Super 8s The Qualifiers clash against First Utility Super League’s Widnes Vikings.

This is the perfect chance for you to support YOUR CLUB and wear YOUR COLOURS!

You have just 10 DAYS – both in store and online – to snap up home and away shirts from as little as £22.50, shorts from £12.50 and socks from £4.99.

These are huge savings for a SHORT TIME only, so hurry and avoid disappointment!

Stock levels are very limited, so CLICK HERE and BUY online TODAY! 

You can visit the Provident Stadium Team Shop during the hours of 9.00am until 5.00pm – Monday to Saturday.

But this exclusive offer must end next Sunday (September 6)!

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28 Aug 2015

DANNY Addy is hoping to enjoy “good times” in the coming weeks, as he and his fellow Bradford Bulls continue their promotion charge.

The 24-year-old is one of the Bulls’ longest-serving players and says he is determined to feel jubilation once again, after being part of the Bradford side which suffered relegation last term.

Addy has been a driving force in James Lowes’ side’s bid to return to First Utility Super League at the first attempt, operating impressively in the halves.

“This club has been a big part of my life for a number of years now and it is like a family to me,” said the Scotland international, who is sponsored by Chef Up North.

“I have one goal and that is to get us back where we belong, so every member of the squad is going to do their best to achieve that.

“Once you have been a part of something massive, like Bradford has been for years, and then you think ‘I have been in a team that has been relegated’, it just makes you determined to get back up.

“We have been through a lot with two spells in administration but that just made us tighter as a bunch of blokes and brought us closer together.

“Hopefully this period in the club’s history will prove to be just a little dip and we can get back up and be a successful team in Super League again.”

Man-of-the-match in the eye-opening thrashing of Salford Red Devils last weekend, Pontefract-born Addy is already setting his sights on claiming another scalp against Widnes Vikings next Sunday.

“It was awesome to record such a big victory over Salford and it was so important to do so, after what happened against Wakefield,” added the talented goal-kicker.

“We knew we were much better than that and I think we showed it on Sunday against Salford.

“We showed some real class at times and that is where we want to be, producing those kind of performances against Super League sides.

“It was just good to get that winning feeling and singing that victory song afterwards was just class.

“We need to back it up against Widnes now and really kick on.”

Addy and his Bulls teammates return to Super 8s action on Sunday September 6, welcoming Widnes Vikings to the Provident Stadium.

CLICK HERE to secure tickets online – AND SAVE – with our fantastic DOUBLE DISCOUNT offer, providing a saving of £4 on gameday admission prices until 5.00PM ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5!

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27 Aug 2015

BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to announce the signing of rising half-back star Oscar Thomas.

Thomas, 21, has penned a two-year deal and will join his new teammates at the Provident Stadium later this year, arriving from London Broncos.

The exciting stand-off has scored 10 tries in 22 appearances for the Broncos, since returning from a spell with rugby union side London Irish in 2014.

“It is really exciting for me to be joining such a prestigious club,” said London-born Thomas, who becomes the club's first new addition for 2016.

“I really like the Bulls’ style of play. It will suit my game and enable me to take it to the next level.

“I hope to bring energy, enthusiasm and organisation, as well as a creative edge in attack.”

Thomas, who can also operate at full-back, joined the Broncos as a 12-year-old and has also spent time at London Skolars.

“I want to make the most of being part of the Bulls set up,” added Thomas.

“I want to learn fast, so I can develop and improve my game.

“The ultimate aim is to earn a regular starting spot.

“It is clear that everyone at the Bulls is working hard to make the most of the Super 8s opportunity.

“I wish the boys the best of luck in The Qualifiers.”

Bradford return to Super 8s action on Sunday September 6 when Widnes Vikings come to the Provident Stadium, Odsal. 

Tickets can be secured by CLICKING HERE – and you have just 10 DAYS to make the most of our fantastic DOUBLE DISCOUNT offer, providing a saving of £4 on gameday admission prices.

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27 Aug 2015

AFTER three rounds of The Super 8s The Qualifiers, James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls’ charge back to First Utility Super League is gathering pace.

The Bulls bounced back from a heavy defeat at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in round two by producing the performance of The Qualifiers so far on Sunday.

The Kingstone Press Championship runners-up became the first second-tier side to topple Super League opposition, courtesy of a 41-10 annihilation of Salford Red Devils at the Provident Stadium.

Hull KR are now the only team defending a 100 per-cent record, following a 12-8 victory over second-placed Widnes Vikings.

The final Super League side, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, made it back-to-back victories with a last-gasp Lee Smith drop-goal snatching the points after a 17-16 thriller against winless Leigh Centurions.

Sheffield Eagles came out on top in the all-Championship affair with Halifax, coming from behind to secure a 28-24 win.

The Bulls will be looking to leapfrog Widnes and move one step closer to a Super League return when the teams meet at the Provident Stadium next Sunday.

Following the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final against Leeds Rhinos, Hull KR will be aiming to maintain their perfect start to The Qualifiers when they host the resurgent Wildcats.

Elsewhere, Salford will be hoping to get their post-season campaign back on track when they take on Halifax at The Shay.

Leigh will be desperate to get off the mark and keep their promotion hopes alive when Sheffield visit the Leigh Sports Village.

You can book tickets for the Bulls’ round-four clash with Widnes Vikings on Sunday 6 September by CLICKING HERE.

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