05 May 2015

SHEFFIELD Eagles head coach Mark Aston believes the Bulls are on course to achieve promotion this season. 

Speaking following Sunday’s game between Bradford and Sheffield, which saw James Lowes’ men romp to a 46-12 success, the Eagles chief paid credit to the Provident Stadium outfit’s progress.

He commented on the Bulls’ recent upturn in form, insisting it will be Lowes’ men on top come the end of the 2015 Kingstone Press Championship campaign.

“I think Bradford played the best they have all season today (Sunday),” said Aston, shortly after the full-time hooter – in his post-match press conference.

“It would certainly be very close between Bradford and Leigh, because Leigh are starting to crack.

“Bradford are going this way and Leigh another. At the moment, Leigh are probably a tad in front of them.

“But, by the end of the season, who will get promoted? I think you would probably put your house on it being Bradford.”

“It is interesting because Bradford are hitting form at the right time.

“Lee Gaskell is the best half-back in the competition, without a shadow of a doubt.

“It is credit (to Bradford) that he is still here and that they have kept him.

“There are some great players here and some good young kids. It is only a matter of time before it all clicks.”

Lowes’ Bulls return to Kingstone Press Championship action this Sunday, taking on Whitehaven at the Recreation Ground.

Tickets for the round-twelve contest are still available and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE.

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05 May 2015

JAMES Lowes’ Bradford Bulls will look to make it 11 wins on the spin when they travel to Whitehaven on Sunday, with the action getting underway from 3.00pm at the Recreation Ground.

The Bulls swept aside Sheffield Eagles last time out, romping to a 46-12 success at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.

And the time has now come for you to secure your place for this weekend’s Kingstone Press Championship clash.

We would love to see another huge backing follow Lowes’ men on the road.

Tickets for the Sunday May 10 contest are priced as follows:

Adult – £15

Concession (65+) – £10

Junior (Under-16s) - £5

Under-2s - FREE

Junior and youth members of The 1863 Club will be able to gain FREE admission upon producing their membership card.

Meanwhile, you are invited to travel with fellow supporters on official fan coaches, which will depart the Provident Stadium, Odsal, at 10.30am.

Supporter coach tickets are limited, however, priced at £24 (members) and £27 (non-members), so please hurry and secure your place NOW.

CLICK HERE to buy tickets and coach travel TODAY, or, alternatively, call a member of our team – on 08448 711 490 – during normal office hours.

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04 May 2015

JAMES Lowes has heaped praise on his Bradford Bulls after watching the Provident Stadium men produce their “best performance of season” yesterday, defeating fellow promotion rivals Sheffield Eagles with ease.

The Bulls boss saw his side storm into an unanswered interval lead, before putting the game to bed following the restart.

Dale Ferguson was named man of the match but was one of a handful Bradford stars who turned on the style over the weekend, the home side romping to a 46-12 success.

“I was very pleased with how we played, I thought we were pretty good,” said Lowes, who is sponsored in memory of Joyce Dobby.

“It was the best 80-minute performance of the season so far, without a doubt.

“You could go through the side, from one to 17, I thought we were far better than them.

“It has taken a while for us to get up to speed but we are certainly getting there.”

Meanwhile, officials have this morning confirmed the rescheduling of the Bulls' Kingstone Press Championship clash with Featherstone Rovers.

Originally due to take place on Sunday May 17, the contest will now get underway from 8.00pm on Wednesday July 1.

This change comes due to the Rovers partaking in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup sixth-round action that weekend.

Tickets are now back on sale and can be purchased by CLICKING HERE, allowing you to make savings on gameday admission prices.

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03 May 2015

MAN of the match Dale Ferguson bagged a brace of tries as Bradford Bulls stormed to an emphatic victory over Sheffield Eagles, moving them four points clear of their third-placed opponents.

The Scotland star bagged tries either side of the break and played a key role, James Lowes’ men producing arguably their best performance of the season to ease past Sheffield.

Bradford were 22-unaswered points to the good by half-time and did not look back.

The visitors responded late on, avoiding what looked set to be a nilling, but their efforts counted for little more than consolation.

CLICK HERE to read a full match report.
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03 May 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, the Bradford Bulls Supporters Group, 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.

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