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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.
The event, which is held annually, will take place at Odsal Stadium from 9.30 and is expected to finish at 3.00 pm and Bulls Development Office Jayne Barber is delighted so many children will be attending and playing the sport:
?There will be approximately 530 pupils coming along to Odsal in order to represent their school, play rugby on the Odsal pitch and generally to have a great day out. It is a fabulous occasion and the feedback we receive from pupils and schools is very positive. It is part of our ongoing campaign to help children play sport.?
This year?s competition winners and runners up will get the opportunity to represent the City of Bradford next month at the Child Victims of Crime National Tag Rugby Finals at Rugby school in Warwickshire.