04 Mar 2015

BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to announce that the club will play host to the fourth-round draw of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.


The event is to get underway from 6.00pm, on Tuesday March 10, with the draw taking place shortly after – and you can be there!


Members of The 1863 Club are exclusively invited to secure FREE tickets for what looks set to be an exciting evening, with James Lowes' men joining 11 other Kingstone Press Championship clubs and the 12 winners of this weekend's third-round ties in the hat.


For your chance to witness the event LIVE simply CLICK HERE when you receive your case-sensitive password via e-mail this evening – and snap up tickets!


A Bulls spokesperson said: “It gives us great pleasure to be hosting an event of such importance and we are very excited to be doing so.


“Everyone speaks about the magic of the Challenge Cup and we are delighted to be a part of it, once again, in 2015.


“As I am sure fans from every club are, we are looking forward to seeing what the draw brings for the Bulls.


“And we would love to see as many members in attendance as possible.”


For more information on any of the above, or to secure tickets over the phone, simply call a member of our team on 08448 711 490 (option 1).


PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are limited to just 200, so hurry and secure yours as soon as possible!


The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup third-round ties are as follows:

Saturday March 7

Elland v Featherstone Lions

Wath Brow Hornet v Newcastle Thunder

Oulton Raiders v Normanton Knights

Kells v Rochdale Hornets

London Skolars v Swinton Lions

Leigh Miners Rangers v West Hull

Sunday March 8

North Wales Crusaders v Widnes West Bank

Hemel Stags v Oxford

Oldham v Coventry Bears

Barrow Raiders v Keighley Cougars

South Wales Scorpions v York City Knights

University of Gloucestershire All Golds v Skirlaugh

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04 Mar 2015

THE Provident Stadium's Rooley End will be closed to spectators this weekend.


Bradford Bulls officials are trialing the closure of the terrace in order to generate a greater atmosphere, by moving supporters closer together.


However, the main terrace (behind the tunnel) will remain open throughout the course of the 2015 season, providing high capacity levels in a popular area of the ground.


Admission prices are fixed for all terraced areas of the Provident Stadium, Odsal.


And we have some exciting news to share with you over the coming days, regarding what will be taking place at the Rooley End.


For more information on any of the above, or to SAVE on match tickets, simply call a member of our team on 08448 711 490 (option 1).


Alternatively, you can get in touch via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.

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03 Mar 2015

WITH spring just around the corner, the Bradford Bulls' retail team are delighted to bring you some stunning winter warmers – at incredible discount prices!


All official ISC coaches jackets, wet-weather jackets, soft-shell jackets and gillets have been reduced to just £24.99!


These unbelievable prices represent more than 50% discount from the original price.


But this fantastic offer cannot last forever – and must end before the start of next week.


These products can be purchased online and in store, here at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.


The sale will end at 5.00pm on Sunday, following the Bulls' Kingstone Press Championship battle with Hunslet Hawks.


However, online, you will be able to take advantage of this one-off price crash until 11.59pm on Sunday.


To shop on the official Bradford Bulls website simply CLICK HERE


Alternatively, visit us in store during normal opening hours or order over the phone by calling 08448 711 490 (option 1).

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03 Mar 2015

CHRIS Ulugia is hoping he has done enough to keep his place ahead of this weekend's visit of Hunslet Hawks, in Round Four of the Kingstone Press Championship.


The Samoa-born three-quarter crossed for a brace of tries during the Bulls' 40-4 beating of Featherstone Rovers over the weekend.


And if selected for this coming Sunday's game, Ulugia, who is sponsored by Tyre Power Ltd, is hoping for more of the same.


“I really enjoyed myself at Featherstone, it was good to get over the line on a couple of occasions too,” said the former Mackay Cutters talent.


“I made a mistake early on, which was frustrating, but I did what I could to make up for it.


“The scoreline doesn't entirely reflect what was a very difficult test for us, in my opinion. For a long period, it was difficult to score.


“However, having said that, I thought our overall team performance was the best yet. We were pretty ruthless and that is how we are going to need to play in order to get where we want to be this year.


“Hopefully I have taken my chance and done enough to keep my spot in the team for another week.


“This is a new level of rugby league for me and I am continuing to adapt, so the more game-time the better.”


Did you know you can save £2 on match admission for this Sunday's game by securing tickets BEFORE 5.00pm on Saturday?


In order to do so, simply call a member of our team TODAY – on 08448 711 490 (option 1).

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02 Mar 2015

LEIGH Beattie's Bradford Bulls Under-16s made it two wins from two, after seeing off North East Academy in a 32-10 success over the weekend.


Going into the game fresh from a 40-4 hammering of Featherstone Rovers, the hosts made a flying start and were rewarded when Callum Robinson and Jay Panter crossed to hand the early initiative to Beattie's rising stars.


Craig McShane further extended the hosts' lead, before instrumental skipper Jacob Trueman sent Keelan Foster across the line to give the young Bulls an 18-0 advantage going into the break.


The visitors hit back early in the second-half, registering back-to-back tries to reduce the arrears, before a score from Joe Brown helped stem the tide.


Panter crossed soon after for his second, before Saul Adshead completed an impressive afternoon's work for the talented young Bulls.


Elsewhere, Matt Diskin's Under-19s battled in vain, going down to Wigan Warriors Under-19s 14-10.


Zak Baker was first across the whitewash in what was a tight encounter and he improved his own score to hand the Bulls an early lead.


The visitors' hit back and went into the break ahead, much thanks to tries from Oliver Gildart and Tom Davies.


Substitute James Bentley levelled matters with a second-half try.


But it was the Warriors celebrating at full-time, as Davies crashed over to secure victory for the Lancashire outfit.


The Under-19sr return to action on Saturday, taking on Midlands Academy from 2.00pm – away from home.


The Under-16s, meanwhile, will do the same in their next game, on Saturday March 21.

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