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Bulls Eye

IN this week's Bulls Eye, Coach Brian Noble and Robbie Paul look ahead to Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 5 Clash At Odsal as the Wolves travel to Bradford to take on the Bulls.

?Volocano? In New 2 Year Deal

BRADFORD Bulls have today announced that New Zealand Winger Lesley Vainikolo has signed a new 2-year contract at the club and will stay at Odsal until at least the end of the 2005 season. The contract also includes an option to extend for 2006.

Bulls Eye

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Bulls Eye

IN This Week's Bulls Eye Coach Brian Noble, Leon Pryce, AND Lee Gilmour Look At Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 3 Clash At Odsal When Halifax Make The Short Journey To Take On The Bulls At 6.00pm.

The Young Swansea Bulls Head For Bradford

THE Swansea Bulls Under 15's will travel to Halifax and Bradford on the weekend on March 22nd & 23rd. The team, based at Morriston RFC in Swansea, will be play against Ovenden Under 15s in Halifax on Saturday 22nd March.

Bulls Eye

COACH Brian Noble and Mike Forshaw look at Sunday's Tetley's Super League Round 2 clash, which sees the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats as the visitors as the Bulls are set for an emotional return to Odsal. Please note this game has a 3.00pm kick off

Bulls To Produce Souvenir Programme

THE Bradford Bulls, Odsal Homecoming match on Sunday 9th March will be commemorated with a special souvenir edition of their new Gameday programme, Raging Bull.The programme, which includes special features on the Bradford Northern Legends match, Gareth Gates, along with 48 pages of top news, reviews, interviews and statistics, will be available from around Odsal Stadium for only 2.50.

Weekly Bulls Eye

IN BULLS EYE THIS WEEK, COACH BRIAN NOBLE LOOKS AHEAD TO SUNDAYS TRIP TO THE JUNGLE FOR THE SUPER LEAGUE VII ROUND 24 CLASH BETWEEN THE BULLS AND IN FORM CASTLEFORD.

Bulls New Training Facility Kicks Off

FOLLOWING the exciting news that they will be returning to Odsal Stadium for the 2003 season, Super League and World Club Champions Bradford Bulls have today received further good news with the announcement that work will commence this week on a World Class Training facility at Woodhouse Grove School, Apperley Bridge.

Bradford Bulls Return To Odsal Stadium ?

FOLLOWING media comments and speculation arising from Bradford Bulls' decision to return to Odsal Stadium next season, Bulls Chairman, Chris Caisley, says that there is still a lot of work to be done if the Club is to finalise a long term deal with Bradford Council to relieve the Council of its future responsibility for the stadium and enable the Club to improve the facilities there. Caisley said,

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