18th March 2014

FULL-BACK Brett Kearney is expecting a backlash on Humberside this weekend, as he and his fellow Bulls go in search of a vital two points against winless Hull Kingston Rovers.

Francis Cummins' side have recorded two victories in 2014 and the Australian knows success is key this coming Sunday (kick-off 3.00pm).

The Bulls fell to a heavy defeat at the hands of Paul Anderson's Huddersfield Giants last time out.

But if Bradford can “cut out errors” and “play smarter”, Kearney is confident the Provident Stadium outfit will be back on zero points by this time next week.

“We are low on numbers at the minute and times are a little tough, but we have got a lot of work to do over the next few days,” said the 30-year-old former NRL star.

“Our error count has been high for the past few weeks now and that is not helping our cause. It has been really showing on the scoreboard.

“A little smarter play is needed too. If we get our game right then I know we can come back stronger against Hull KR.”

Meanwhile Kearney, who arrived in time for the start of Bradford's 2010 campaign following stints with South Sydney and Cronulla, has joined head coach Cummins in paying tribute to the Bulls' loyal supporters.

He and his team-mates left the field to cries of 'Come On You Bulls' and 'Bradford 'til I Die' over the weekend.

And the man from Down Under insists such support could prove crucial in the weeks and months ahead.

“I don’t think I have ever been part of a team that has lost by 50 points and then walked off to an ovation, it was surprising but brilliant,” added Kearney, who is proudly sponsored by Advanced Solutions.

“The supporters here are quite frankly incredible.

“They have been given plenty of reasons to turn their backs on us, but they never do.

“And it is those people who we want to put things right for. We want to secure a Super League future for this fantastic club.”

Tickets for this weekend's clash are available and are priced at £23 (adults), £16 (concessions and students) and £12 (juniors aged 5-16).

Under-5s are able to enter the ground FREE of charge but tickets will need to be redeemed.

Junior BELONG 2014 season-ticket holders are also eligible for a complimentary junior swap though these must be redeemed from the Provident Stadium Ticket Office.

Tickets will be on sale until 2.00pm on Saturday, March 22, with admission prices rising on the day of the game. So supporters are advised to buy NOW and SAVE.

Priced at £15, return coach travel is also available. To secure tickets or to book a coach seat, call us TODAY on 08448 711 490. Alternatively, get in touch via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.