26 Mar 2015

WE are delighted to bring you some stunning offers ahead of this weekend's visit of Workington Town in round six of the Kingstone Press Championship.


From when gates open on Sunday (1.00pm) until 2.30pm, you can bag a pint of Carlsberg or Bulls Bitter for just £2.50 (excludes Carlsberg Export).


And – throughout the course of the day – you can purchase FOUR bottles of WKD or Carlsberg for just £10.


For the junior Bulls fan, bottles of Pepsi and Tango are available at £2 – for TWO bottles!


Meanwhile, club officials have today confirmed that former Fame Academy and X Factor star Carolynne Poole will be performing live prior to kick-off.


The singer-songwriter will be singing a selection of her own tracks, in addition to some of her favourite covers.


So get make you arrive at the Provident Stadium, Odsal, early and enjoy what looks set to be a fantastic afternoon of entertainment!


To secure tickets for the tie – and SAVE at least £2 on admission prices – CLICK HERE or call 08448 711 490 BEFORE 5.00pm on Saturday.

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26 Mar 2015

THE Rugby Football League (RFL) is working with the National Rugby League (NRL) in Australia on a review of the interchange rules aimed at making the sport safer and more exciting to play and watch.

The review will consider the number of interchanges and the composition of the bench and will utilise statistical data gathered in both Super League and the NRL over the last decade.

It will be conducted by committee of experts including health specialists and academics, including Dr Kevin Norton, a Professor of Exercise Science in the School of Health Sciences at the University of South Australia who has conducted extensive research on injury development and fitness conditioning in a number of sports.

RFL Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer said: “Rugby League is a sport that has continually evolved throughout its 120-year history, both on and off the pitch, and its rules have always reflected the way in which the game is played.

“Modern Rugby League players are outstanding physical athletes who are stronger, fitter and faster than ever before. Consequently, we believe that collisions are more powerful, which impacts on the health and welfare of our players.

“Both the RFL and the NRL recognise our responsibilities to not just deliver a fantastic, free-flowing spectacle but to protect the wellbeing of our players in an era when the use of the interchange bench means matches are more structured than ever before.

“We recognise that changes to the interchange rules could reduce the risk of injury by putting more emphasis on skill rather than power and size, and that may become more clear from the findings of the joint review.”

The review will take place over the next two months during which time there will be consultation with coaches, club representatives, players’ associations, fans and the two governing bodies.

The intention is for any final recommendations to be adopted in time for the start of the 2016 season.

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26 Mar 2015

BRADFORD BULLS are delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with property specialists Robert Watts.


Having five offices covering Bradford and the surrounding area, including an office in Wibsey, situated just a few minutes from the Bulls' Provident Stadium home, Robert Watts are a family-run business and were established in 1979.


The estate agents first backed the Bulls in 2014, securing the player sponsorship of winger Danny Williams.


And the four-figure renewal will see advertising billboards, featuring Robert Watts branding, located in and around the ground.


Bulls commercial manager Rob Parker believes the agreement is an indicator of confidence growing confidence in the club.


“When I came to Bradford I highlighted key businesses in the area we could partner and Robert Watts was one of them,” said the former Super League star, who won Super League, Challenge Cup and World Club Challenge titles in Bulls colours.


“To bring them in as a major partner is great in terms of the confidence surrounding the club, having another family-run business backing this prestigious brand.


“The fact they want to be associated with us is especially pleasing. The company are proud Bradfordians who want to see the club succeed.


“They sponsor Danny Williams, who has been a revelation since joining the club, and we are delighted to secure an extended partnership with them.”


James Hart, a director of Robert Watts, has spoken of the business' pride at backing the Bulls in 2015.


“As a professionally-qualified family business, established in Bradford for over five decades, we here at Robert Watts are proud to be part of this exciting new chapter with the Bulls,” he said.


“This partnership is further evidence of our continued support for sport at all levels and the community within this great city of Bradford.


“All of our directors live within the Bradford district and this tenacious city is where we live, work and play!”

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25 Mar 2015

THE countdown to Friday Night Fight Night – The Battle For West Yorkshire – is on!


James Lowes' in-form Bradford Bulls take on local rivals Halifax on Good Friday, April 3, right here at the Provident Stadium, Odsal, in arguably the biggest home league game of the season.


In the first of a three-game series with the Calderdale outfit in 2015, with Bradford's Summer Bash contest and a reverse tie still to come, excitment is already growing.


It will be the first time in over a decade that the two sides have faced off in a regular-season league match.


And with a bumper gameday in store, as Matt Diskin's Under-19s tackle Hull FC in the official curtain raiser from 5.30pm, this is a battle you cannot afford to miss!


Bulls chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul believes the West Yorkshire rivals will roll back the years on Good Friday – and is hoping to witness a memorable Kingstone Press Championship clash.


“We have what I see as our biggest home game of the season on the horizon and I personally cannot wait for the action to begin,” said Hunter-Paul, who captained the Bulls in a host of Super League ties against Halifax during his time as a player at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.


“I enjoyed many hard-fought battles against Halifax, these matches were like two tribes going to war. As players we were desperate to win the bragging rights.


"We would always get caught up in the emotional drive created by our supporters during the lead up to these games.


“Derbies of this magnitude are the life blood of the sport, in my opinion, and this is was makes the stadium experience unique to Britain - especially here in Yorkshire.


“This is the first game of what I believe will be an exciting series and, as such, we have labelled this 'The Battle for West Yorkshire'. It will be tough, exciting and passionate.


“This is a massive occasion for both Bradford and Halifax and we are expecting our biggest crowd of the season for what should be a fantastic evening of rugby league and an atmosphere you won't want to miss.”


We want you to get involved in the Friday Night Fight Night build-up across our social media channels, by using the hashtag #FNFN.


Tickets for the Kingstone Press Championship round-seven tie are now available and can be purchased NOW – by CLICKING HERE.  

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25 Mar 2015

FORMER Bradford Bulls star Paul Deacon will be joining guests enjoying stunning hospitality at this weekend's game against Workington Town.


And we are now giving you the chance to dine in style, alongside the man who spent over 10 years at the Provident Stadium, Odsal, winning a host of Super League, World Club Challenge and Challenge Cup titles.


But you must book BEFORE the close of play TODAY!


We want you to join us to enjoy the Sunday March 29 Kingstone Press Championship contest in style, with match tickets, a delicious two-course meal and a copy of The Bulletin all included!


Rob Parker and Robbie Hunter-Paul will host the afternoon in the Provident Stadium's new-look Legends Suite, providing all of the build-up prior to kick-off with a member of Bradford Bulls' first-team squad.


More than 120 guests joined us for our last home game and places are limited, so please hurry and book your place as soon as possible.


You will enjoy the contest from the comfort of reserved seating on the Legends Suite's main balcony, which provides the ground's best vantage point.


Following the full-time whistle, you will hear from head coach James Lowes 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.


Members of The 1863 Club can secure places for just £24.95, while non-members can purchase packages for £44.95.


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 – NOW!


PLEASE NOTE: You must book BEFORE 5.00pm TODAY in order to secure your place!


For more information, or to get in touch via e-mail, simply CLICK HERE.

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