28 Apr 2015
WE are delighted to announce details of the inaugural Bradford Bulls Poker Evening, taking place next month at Grosvenor Casino, Bradford.
On Monday May 11, from 7.00pm, you can join the entire first-team squad for an evening of luck, chance and excitement at the casino based within the city’s Leisure Exchange.
The event forms part of ‘Robbie’s Big 10’, in association with the Bradford Bulls Foundation (Charity No: 1106608) and The Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice (Charity No: 1110457), and all proceeds made on the evening split between the two charities.
Grosvenor Casinos are acting as the main partner for the event, playing a key role in its hosting and organising of the evening.
The Foundation would like to thank Bradford Bulls, Smarta Environment, Credit Resource Solutions, O’Hara’s, Partnership Business Services, FN Bishops, R&R Ice Cream, Narangs Wholesalers, BullBuilder and School ICT Services – who have all agreed to support this exciting and unique event.
Robbie Hunter-Paul said: “It is fantastic to have Grosvenor Casinos supporting what looks set to be a tremendous evening of poker – and entertainment.
“In the name of charity, we would love to see the Bradford Bulls family secure tickets and take on their favourite players away from the field!
“As a trustee of the Bradford Bulls Foundation, I am proud to be working with so many fantastic partners and the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, who do fantastic work to support children and their families when they need it most.
“With over 100 tickets already secured, I would urge anyone who hasn’t already got a ticket to hurry and buy now. This will be an evening to remember!”
Charlotte Scoular, Grosvenor Casino’s events and sales manager, added: “It is always a pleasure to work with any business that has the City of Bradford and its community at its heart.
“Grosvenor Casino Bradford is keen to support local projects and charity fundraisers in and around Bradford and have really enjoyed working with the Bradford Bulls on the fantastic challenge they have set with Robbie’s Big 10.
“Forget me not is working equally as hard in their fundraising efforts around the Kirklees district and across the region and we are especially proud to be affiliated with such a worthwhile organisation.
“Grosvenor Casino is very excited to be host for the Charity Tournament and I know that our members are waiting in anticipation for the Bulls to make their appearance at the poker tables.”
Tickets cost just £10 per person, and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE or calling a member of our team on 08448 711 490 during normal office hours.
28 Apr 2015
TICKETS are still available for this Sunday’s game against Sheffield Eagles and are now on sale for next weekend’s trip to Whitehaven.
The Bulls return to The Provident Stadium, Odsal, this weekend when third-placed Sheffield Eagles provide the opposition.
And you can SAVE up to £2 by securing your place BEFORE the day of the game.
Pre-game tickets prices are as follows:
Adults – £25
Concessions – £20
Young Adults – £20
Youth – £15
Junior – £8
Adults – £20
Concessions – £15
Young Adults – £15
Youth – £10
Junior – £3
PLEASE NOTE: All tickets increase by £2 on the day of the game
One week later, James Lowes’ men will be making their first visit of the season to Cumbria when they take on Whitehaven at Recreation Ground.
Tickets for the Sunday May 10 fixture are priced as follows:
Adult – £15
Concession (65+) – £10
Junior (u16) - £5
Under 2s - FREE
Junior and Youth members of The 1863 Club will be able to gain free entry if they produce their membership card.
Supporters are invited to travel with their fellow supporters on official supporters coaches, which will depart The Provident Stadium, Odsal, at 10:30am.
Places on supporter coaches are limited, however, and priced at £24 (members) and £27 (non-members)
So what are you waiting for?
Secure tickets and travel today by CLICKING HERE.
Alternatively, you can call our ticket hotline on 08448 711 490 (option 1) or visit us at the Provident Stadium (open 9am – 5pm, Monday – Saturday).
28 Apr 2015
RETURNING front-rower Steve Crossley has spoken of his pride after pulling on a Bradford Bulls shirt for the first time in four years during Sunday’s victory over Doncaster, which provided his second club bow.
Crossley, 24, confirmed a return to his boyhood club last week, putting pen to paper on a two-year deal to become a Bull once again.
He spent three years in the Kingstone Press Championship, enjoying successful spells with Dewsbury Rams and Featherstone Rovers, before joining Castleford Tigers for this season.
However, with first-team opportunities proving few and far between, Crossley opted to return the Provident Stadium, Odsal.
And he was in back in Bulls action over the weekend, as Bradford downed winless Doncaster at the Keepmoat Stadium.
“It was fantastic to get back out there, pulling on the Bradford jersey again was a very proud moment,” said the former Clayton amateur.
“When I walked into the dressing room and saw my shirt with my name on, there was a real sense of pride.
“In terms of the game itself, I think we made it a lot tougher than it needed to be but Doncaster played well.
“I am familiar with this division, though, it is incredibly tough and every game is a challenge.
“But we have shown we can score a lot of points. Granted, defensively there are areas to improve on but, offensively, we looked lethal at times.
“Winning ugly is a good habit to have but we will be striving to improve in order get back into First:Utility Super League, competing with the game’s very best.”
Crossley and his fellow Bulls return to Kingstone Press Championship action on Sunday, welcoming in-form Sheffield Eagles to the Provident Stadium for a crunch second versus third clash (kick-off 3.00pm).
Tickets for the round-eleven tie are now available and can be secured by CLICKING HERE.
You can also secure stunning hospitality, from as little as £24.95, by calling 08448 711 490 – full details HERE.
27 Apr 2015
WE are delighted to invite you to enjoy stunning silver hospitality when James Lowes’ side take on Sheffield Eagles this weekend, in round eleven of Bradford Bulls’ Kingstone Press Championship campaign.
For as little as £24.95 (members) you will be able to enjoy a delicious two-course meal in the comfort of the Provident Stadium’s new-look Legends Suite, before taking up a place on the main balcony to take in all of the action.
More than 200 people did so when the Bulls battled Hull Kingston Rovers in round five of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup and places are limited, so hurry and book today!
A homemade mild Thai green chicken curry, with rice and prawn crackers, will be served prior to kick-off and guests will enjoy a strawberry and white chocolate charlotte for dessert.
Following the full-time whistle, you will hear from assistant coach Karl Harrison and the man of the match.
There are competition prizes to be won and you will have the chance to mingle with all of your Bulls favourites.
To enjoy all of the above and much, much more, all you have to do is call a member of our commercial team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.
Tickets are priced at £24.95 for members of The 1863 Club and £49.95 for non-members.
PLEASE NOTE: You must book before 5.00pm on Wednesday in order to secure your place.
For more information, or to get in touch via e-mail, simply CLICK HERE.
27 Apr 2015
HEAD coach James Lowes is calling for further improvement from his Bradford Bulls, despite seeing them overcome basement strugglers Doncaster – in their ninth-successive Kingstone Press Championship triumph.
Man of the match Lee Gaskell bagged an impressive hat-trick, with Etu Uaisele and Dale Ferguson notching up braces in a contest which saw front-rower Steve Crossley make his second Bulls bow.
Bradford led 34-16 at the break but were forced to battle hard late on in order to seal success at the Keepmoat Stadium.
“We did not operate at the levels we have set ourselves in previous weeks and that was disappointing,” said Lowes, who is sponsored in memory of Joyce Dobby.
“We got the win and, in some respects, got out of jail because Doncaster performed admirably.
“There is certainly room for improvement, aspects of our game were way off the mark.
“We have looked to pride ourselves on our defence this year and, in most games, have kept our opposition to one score.
“But I felt we tired during parts of the game, coming off the back of a huge effort against Hull Kingston Rovers and a tough week of training.
“We will learn, though, and at the end of the day we came away with the win, which is the important thing.
“With Sheffield on the horizon, we have got to come some way in terms of getting our game right.
“But I am confident in our players’ ability and expect us to do so.”
Tickets for Sunday’s visit of Sheffield Eagles can be secured by CLICKING HERE, or calling a member of our team on 08448 711 490 (option 1).
Meanwhile, hospitality packages are now available for the round-11 clash, priced at £24.95 for members of The 1863 Club and £44.95 for non-members.