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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.
The facility, which will include a physiotherapy unit, fully equipped gymnasium and offices will be ready for the Bulls to occupy in May 2003. The complex will be run in partnership with Woodhouse Grove School and Headmaster, David Humphries, is looking forward to working with the Bulls.
?As a school we are proud of this partnership with the World Club and Super League Champions. Correct preparation and training are vital for success in sport and we will be able to offer a World Class facility for use by the team.?
Bulls Coach Brian Noble is excited with the facilities that will be on offer:
?It is a fantastic opportunity for the Bulls to work in partnership with Woodhouse Grove School to offer this kind of facility to sports clubs in the area. We have had limited training facilities since the inception of Super League and other clubs have been very proactive in this area.
The players can only benefit from having the correct preparation and this complex, when it is finished, will be the finest in the game.?
A photo opportunity will take place at 2.00pm on Thursday 22 nd August at Woodhouse Grove School. Five members of the Bulls Squad will be cutting the turf for the new complex. Journalists and photographers should report to the main office at the School.