BRADFORD Bulls won their second World Club Challenge with a 22-4 victory over Penrith Panthers at Huddersfield's McAlpine Stadium on Friday night.
The Bulls won 41-26 against Newcastle Knights two seasons ago, and brought the World title back to the UK, following Sydney Roosters' win last year.
BRADFORD Bulls have taken a 16-0 lead into the half time break at The McAlpine Stadium in the World Club Challenge against Penrith Panthers.
The Bulls took the lead on 19 minutes, when Lesley Vainikolo leaped highest to take Karl Pratt's chip inside the Penrith in-goal area.
REDCLIFFE were defeated 20 - 12 by Brothers-Valleys in their opening trial match of season 2004.
WORLD Club Champions Bradford Bulls are delighted to unveil a new entertainment team which will combine skills from a variety of fields to ensure the Bulls remain at the forefront of sports entertainment for Super League IX.
THE worlds most successful Rugby Club, Bradford Bulls, have announced that they have been working with O2 to provide them with a real time business solution for e mail on the move. The Bulls will be taking the Blackberry product, one of O2?s data products.
BRADFORD forward Stuart Fielden has called for next year's World Club Challenge to be played in Australia to prove the English teams can win the title anywhere.
THE worlds most successful Rugby Club, Bradford Bulls, have today launched their brand new website for 2004, featuring an innovative animation promoting the Bulls Super League opening match against Wigan Warriors.
LONDON Broncos romped to a 98-0 win over the London Barbarians at St Albans on Thursday night with a magnificent show of rugby league. The local side, comprised of players from National League 3 and 2 teams, was blown out of sight once the game had been held up for two floodlight failures caused by local power surges.
CRONULLA fullback David Peachey will be "dynamic" for the Sharks this year after impressing in his first rugby league trial game of 2004.
BRADFORD Bulls have run out convincing 22-4 winners over the Penrith Panthers in the Word Club Challenge this morning.
WELL you can tell the NRL season is less than a month away from kick off, the World Club Challenge has just completed, Charity Shield kicked off, and murmurs about the Melbourne Storm spending their last season in Victoria this year.
NRL Notebook: February 15, 2004
By Warrick Nicolson, Nicolson Sports Consultancy
A hot humid night greeted the Dragons and Rabbitohs for their Charity Shield clash tonight at Aussie Stadium. The Dragons never looked threatened as they took out the game in front of 21,500 fans by 34-8.
IN the lead-up to Wednesday night's `Joanne Mackay Helping Hand Cup' at Oki Jubilee Stadium, R2K caught up with Mark Coyne, Jeff Hardy and David Niu for an interview on the Dragons All-Stars clash with the USA.
AFTER what seems an eternity the rugby league fan can satisfy his hunger tonight with what promises to be an excellent game of footy between 2 sides who are keen to impress.