06 Mar 2015
JAMES LOWES has made just two changes to his 19-man squad – brought to you by Access Solutions Northern (ASN) – ahead of this weekend's visit of Hunslet Hawks.
The Bradford Bulls head coach has recalled Danny Williams, who has served a one-match ban, and Adam Henry for duty.
The pair replace Chris Ulugia and Nathan Conroy in the pre-match line-up, with front-rower Dan Fleming keeping his spot, meaning he could make his Bulls debut this Sunday.
The 19-man squad – in association with ASN Doors: Adam Henry, Adam O’Brien, Adam Sidlow, Alex Mellor, Adrian Purtell, Danny Williams, Dale Ferguson, Dan Fleming, Epalahame Lauaki, Etu Uaisele, Jake Mullaney, Jay Pitts, Jean-Philippe Baile, Lee Gaskell, Lucas Walshaw, Paul Clough, Ryan Shaw, Samir Tahraoui, Tom Olbison.
Tickets for the Kingstone Press Championship Round Four contest are still available and can be purchased TODAY by calling a member of our ticketing team on 08448 711 490 (option 1).
Remember, if you buy NOW you can save at least £2 on admission prices!
06 Mar 2015
WITH Easter just around the corner, we are delighted to bring you a host of perfect gifts!
The Provident Stadium Team Shop is now stocking milk chocolate easter eggs, priced from as little as £4.99.
You can purchase personalised, piped easter eggs for less than a 'fiver'.
And also available are Easter eggs – in special Bradford Bulls mugs – for just £9.99!
For a cuter gift, from £9.99, coloured teddy bears and easter egg combo packs are on sale now.
All of these items can only be purchased in store, are not available online and are limited in stock.
To bag an ideal Easter gift TODAY, simply visit the stadium's Team Shop during normal opening hours!
Meanwhile, supporters are reminded that they have less than 48 hours to save £2 on admission prices for Sunday's visit of Hunslet Hawks.
06 Mar 2015
“GROWING up watching Hunslet and playing for Hunslet Parkside and Hunslet Warriors, it gives me great pleasure to see them visiting us at the Provident Stadium, Odsal, this weekend.
I am currently struggling with a knee injury, which has sadly ruled me out of the game, but I am hoping to be back very soon. It is a bit of an ongoing thing, which our medical staff are monitoring.
We have all been taken back by the support received so far in 2015 and I know the boys are looking forward to playing in front of our fantastic home support again this afternoon.
We have not reached our peak yet, though, and I feel there is plenty more improvement to come from us.
However, we are extremely pleased with the way we have bounced back against two very good sides.
Last week we travelled to Featherstone, well aware of the fact we were facing a momentous task in bringing the two points back. But we were fantastic and more than got the job done.
Once again Lee Gaskell was tremendous and it was great to see so many of our players going well. I thought our pack was fantastic and our three-quarters linked up superbly.
Having been on the wrong end of a second half comeback at Leigh, we knew we had to come out, silence the home crowd and deal with everything Featherstone would throw at us after the break.
And we did just that.
It was also good to see Epalhame Lauaki make his debut, he has been working incredibly hard in training and I feel sure he will prove a coup for us as the season progresses.
Dale Ferguson made his return from injury, which is another massive boost for the club. It is like having a new signing on board. He has endured a torrid time injury-wise but now looks to be on the right track again.
I think Hunslet will be tricky this weekend, providing a very different type of opposition.
The likes of Vinny Finigan, George Flanagan and Jordan Gale have all played in the junior and senior sides here, so we are well aware of the qualities they boast and the danger they present to us.
And they have made some decent dual-registration additions too, with a fair few Leeds Rhinos coming in.
But with your fantastic support behind us, I am sure the boys can make the day an enjoyable one for everyone involved in the club.
Thank you for your continued support and have a great weekend!"
Yours in sport,
Chev Walker – Proudly Sponsored By Helen Smith & Cathertin Kendrick
05 Mar 2015
YOU have little more than 48 hours to secure tickets for this weekend's visit of Hunslet Hawks – and save at least £2 on admission prices!
Both Bradford and Hunslet supporters must buy before 5.00pm on Saturday in order to snap up Provident Stand and Terrace tickets at the rates listed below.
Provident Stadium admission prices are as follows:
Terrace - £20
Provident Stand - £25
CONCESSION (65yrs +)
Terrace - £15
Provident Stand - £20
YOUNG ADULT (18 - 24yrs)
Terrace - £15
Provident Stand - £20
YOUTH (11 - 18yrs)
Terrace - £10
Provident Stand - £15
JUNIOR (5 - 11yrs)
Terrace - £3
Provident Stand - £8
BABY (0 - 4yrs)
Terrace - FREE
Provident Stand – FREE
On the day of the game admission prices will by rise by £2 in ALL areas of the ground.
Proof of age may be requested in order to purchase tickets at a concessionary rate.
As announced earlier this week, the Rooley Avenue end of the ground will be closed for this Sunday's game.
However, the Popular Terrace is to remain open for the remainder of the season.
Meanwhile, tickets for next Sunday's game against Batley Bulldogs are on sale now!
Tickets are priced at £17 (adults), £12 (concessions) and £3 (juniors), with children under the age of five going FREE.
You can sit or stand anywhere at Mount Pleasant at no extra cost and return coach travel is also now available, priced at £13 for members of The 1863 Club and £16 for non members.
To secure your place for either or both of the above games, or ensure your transport to Batley, simply call a member of our ticketing team on 08448 711 490 (option 1) during normal office hours.
05 Mar 2015
BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to unveil the 18th member of James Lowes' 2015 squad.
The No.18 jersey was up for grabs as part of The Big Kick-Off Raffle last month and 11-year-old Keir Claxton (pictured above alongside Robbie Hunter-Paul) has been unveiled as the winner!
Keir, who plays for Keighley Albion – an official Bradford Bulls Connection club, was gifted a raffle ticket by his parents.
And the youngster was last week named the winner of the top prize in a competition, which included a £500 cash prize and winners of various other fantastic prizes.
“We are delighted to hand over the coveted No.18 jersey to the very lucky Keir,” said a Bradford Bulls spokesperson.
“It is fantastic how the prize was won via one of the community clubs our foundation is currently working with.
“He will take his place in squad, both online and in print, and we look forward to welcoming Keir and his family to the Provident Stadium, Odsal, in the weeks and months ahead.”
Keir's profile will be placed on the official website as of this weekend and his details will also appear, alongside his Bulls 'team-mates' in The Bulletin – from now until the end of the season!