BRADFORD Bulls Fans donate their old Bulls shirts from past seasons to
BRADFORD Bulls will launch their 2008 away shirt at the Bulls Megastore, Grattan Stadium on Saturday and Sunday December 1st and 2nd
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ENGAGE Super League Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today announced that they will play four more pre season friendly games prior to the start of the 2006 Super League season.As well as the fixture at Warrington on January 2nd, they will play Dewsbury Rams at Rams Stadium on Sunday 8th January at 3.00pm, Huddersfield Giants on Sunday 22nd January at 3.00 pm, Hull KR at Odsal on Friday 27th at 8.00 pm, this game will be a Testimonial Game for Robbie Paul and their final pre season game will be at Keighley Cougars on Sunday February 5th at 3.00 pm.
ENGAGE Super League Champions Bradford Bulls have today announced that utility player Karl Pratt, released from his contract by the Bulls, has taken medical advice and has decided to retire from the game as a result of persistent shoulder injuries.Pratt, who is 25, joined the Bulls from Leeds Rhinos in December 2002, played in 62 games for the Bulls, scoring 21 tries and was member of the Bulls team that won all the available domestic trophies in 2003, playing in both the Challenge Cup and Grand Final of that year and the World Club Challenge against Penrith in February 2004.?Bulls Coach Brian Noble said today:?It?s a major blow for Karl and I am very disappointed for him. To have to retire at such a young age is a bitter blow and I wish Karl well for the future. It should serve as a warning to other players to make the most of their careers whilst they can because you never know what is round the corner.?Karl Pratt is understandably disappointed at having to quit the game:?I am devastated at having to leave the game but the Specialist?s advice has to be adhered to and it has left me no other option. I would like to thank everyone at Bradford, especially Brain Noble and Chris Caisley, for the way they have handled this matter and I wish the Bulls every success in the future.?
BRADFORD Bulls, in partnership with the police charity Child Victims of Crime and Yorkshire Martyrs Sports College at Tong, are to host their annual Bulltag festival on Tuesday June 14th. This year there are 53 primary schools from across the Bradford district all aiming to compete to be the best rugby playing school at Year 6 level in Bradford.
IN BULLS EYE THIS WEEK, ASSISTANT COACH DARREL SHELFORD AND SECOND ROW FORWARD LEE RADFORD LOOK AT FRIDAYS SUPER LEAGUE VII ROUND 18 CLASH AT VALLEY PARADE WHEN THE WAKEFIELD TRINITY WILDCATS WILL BE LOOKING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A BULLS SIDE LACKING THREE PLAYERS IN AUSTRALIA AND WITHOUT COACH BRIAN NOBLE, ALSO ON INTERNATIONAL DUTY.