10th July 2014

THREE-QUARTER Adam Henry insists he is loving life as a Bradford Bull under head coach James Lowes.

The 23-year-old, who arrived from Sydney Roosters during the closed season, has started at centre in Bradford's last two outings – in which general Lowes has been at the helm.

He impressed on Sunday, finishing a length-of-the-field try in style as he galloped 60 metres to score.

And the New Zealander insists a fresh style of play is aiding both him and the team.

“I have loved it ever since Jimmy came in,” said Henry, who is being proudly sponsored by the Pitchside Crew.

“He has told us to play and that is what I have wanted to do since arriving here – use my footwork and do whatever I can.

“I am loving it right now because Jimmy has put the onus on us to go and play our normal game and offload the ball.

“There is less structure to it as it is just about getting to the middle of the field and playing.

“I think the style of play we are currently operating better suits our style and will pay dividends.”

Henry has bagged six tries this term, with five of those coming in First:Utility Super League.

However, the former Newtown Jets star realises competition for places is high, admitting he must continue to improve in order to secure his position within the starting line-up.

Henry added: “We have a lot of depth on the wings now, with Luke George, Elliot Kear and Jamie Foster all fighting for a spot.

“I think Danny (Williams) did a good job – on debut – and we combined well on that right edge, so long may it continue.

“Everyone is putting a lot of hard work in at training, especially with the end of the season on the horizon along with all the ideas Jimmy has brought in, the intensity has picked up.”

Henry and his fellow Bulls travel to Langtree Park tomorrow evening, where they will face table-topping St Helens (kick-off 8.00pm)

Tickets and return coach travel are still available for the round twenty tie – and they will be until 4.00pm TOMORROW.

Admission is priced at £22 (adults), £16 (young adults), £16 (concessions) and £10 (juniors), with return coach travel on sale for just £15 per person.

To book, call 08448 711 490 or e-mail our Ticketing Team by CLICKING HERE.