DANNY BRIDGE has today agreed a one-month extension to his Bradford Bulls loan deal.
The 21-year-old forward, who arrived from Warrington Wolves last month, saw his initial agreement with Francis Cummins’ side expire over the weekend.
But the brother of former Bradford ace Chris Bridge is staying put after the Wolves confirmed the youngster, pictured above embracing Bulls team-mate Adam Henry on Friday night, would be a Provident Stadium player for at least the next four weeks.
“Danny has done really well for us so far and we are delighted to have him on board for a further month,” said head coach Cummins.
“He has played a key role in our back-row, making his presence known during some big games.
“We believe he is developing with further Super League game time under his belt and expect more of the same in the weeks ahead.
“I really want to thank Warrington's (head coach) Tony Smith and (owner) Simon Moran for all of their assistance throughout this period."
The extension will see Bridge donning the red, amber and black of Bradford until at least the middle of next month.
Proudly sponsored by George Timberley, Amelia and Jayden Cuffe, Bridge is likely to feature for the Bulls against Huddersfield Giants this weekend and, next month, against Salford Red Devils.
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