BRIDGE RECALLED BY WOLVES

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23rd April 2014

FORWARD Danny Bridge has been recalled by parent club Warrington Wolves and returns to The Halliwell Jones Stadium with immediate effect.

The 21-year-old Ireland international has spent the past two months with Bradford Bulls, making eight appearances in First Utility Super League.

He today departs The Provident Stadium and has come in for considerable praise from Bulls head coach Francis Cummins.

“Danny has been very good for us and has served us well over the past eight weeks or so,” said Cummins.

“I would like to thank Warrington for allowing Danny to come here and do a job for us, while, at times, playing out of position.

“Obviously, losing him is a blow for us – but loan signings are never truly guaranteed.

“I believe Danny will have benefitted from the experience and game-time received here.

“On behalf of the Bulls, we wish him well for the future.”

Cummins' side return to action on Sunday, with Catalan Dragons visiting The Provident Stadium in round five of the Tetley's Challenge Cup (kick-off 3.00pm).

Tickets for the clash are priced at £15 (adults), £10 (concessions), £10 (students) and £5 (juniors) – but will rise by £5 on the day of the game.

And so supporters are advised to book NOW and SAVE, by calling our ticket hotline on 08448 711 490.

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