VICE-CAPTAIN TALKS OF BULLS' BELIEF

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6th March 2014

VICE-CAPTAIN Luke Gale says the Bulls will carry confidence into Friday’s trip to East Yorkshire for their Round Four First Utility Super League clash against Hull FC.

Francis Cummins’ side travel to the KC Stadium tomorrow evening and the Bradford half-back, who agreed a two-year contract extension with the club last month, is relishing the test.

Victory would see the Bulls back to zero points, following a recent six-point deduction, and 25-year-old Gale is eyeing nothing but success ahead of the weekend.

“We have a confident group of players that believe, despite everything, that we can achieve this year,” he said.

“If we can get best the Black and Whites then we will be back on an even keel, alongside a couple of other clubs in Super League.

“We might not have the biggest of teams, but I know I am part of a good team.

“Matters have been made pretty tough for us in recent weeks.

“But no matter how much we are knocked back, we will keep on getting back up and showing the kind of resolve our supporters have seen over the past couple of weeks.

“This is a club and a group of players which I am really proud to be a part of.”

Sponsored by Karen and Jordan Fisher for the 2014 campaign, Gale bagged a crucial try (pictured above) and landed a match-winning drop goal last time out.

And he has spoken of his delight following the 25-12 triumph over London Broncos on Sunday.

“It was great to get over the whitewash, but it was even better to get another two points under our belts,” added the former Leeds Rhinos Academy talent.

“There is still plenty of improvement left in us, though, we made winning difficult over the weekend.

“We will be looking to further improve against Hull FC, giving us the best possible chance of grabbing a third-straight victory.”

There is still time for you to join Luke and his fellow Bulls at the KC Stadium on Friday night.

To book tickets – and SAVE – contact the ticket office on 08448 711 490 or get in touch via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.

Admission is priced at £19 (adults), £15 (concessions), £12 (students) and £10 (juniors) but prices will rise for those wishing to pay on the gate, with adult tickets rising to £23 for the Smith & Nephew Stand. Why not pre-book TODAY and SAVE?

The offer, however, must end at 3.00pm on Friday, so supporters are advised to hurry in order to avoid disappointment.

 

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