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The club has undergone four administrations, one liquidation and even as recently as last year found itself financially challenged, with unpaid pension payments among their misdemeanours during the ownership of Andrew Chalmers.
The majority stake of the club is now owned by the family of former RFL chief executive Nigel Wood, who, along with Sawyer, took on the club after its latest troubles.
But as I said when I got involved, all I can offer is to be judged on our actions as we move forward. Meanwhile, the Bulls have handed former England Youth International Reece Hamlett a chance to shine at first team level after agreeing a one-year deal.
They have also confirmed Billy Jowitt as the latest member of the Reserves squad that will stay with the club next year.
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Tevita Vaikona 6. Henry Paul 7. Robbie Paul c 8. Brian McDermott 9. James Lowes Paul Anderson Jamie Peacock Mike Forshaw Brad Mackay Leon Pryce David Boyle Bernard Dwyer Stuart Fielden Coach: Matthew Elliott.
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Lee Gilmour 5. Lesley Vainikolo 6. Robbie Paul c 7. Paul Deacon 8. Stuart Fielden Brandon Costin Coach: Brian Noble.
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Paul Johnson 4. Karl Pratt 8. Stuart Fielden 9. Aaron Smith Logan Swann Joe Vagana In —52, Bradford were runners-up in the league but beat New Zealand at Odsal in the first floodlit football match of any code in the North of England.
In , a crowd of 69, watched Bradford play Huddersfield in the Challenge Cup third round. This was Northern's highest ever attendance.
Northern also won the Yorkshire Cup final 7—2 against Hull. Bradford Northern and Leigh were the first rugby league clubs to stage matches on a Sunday in December , although there was opposition from the Sunday Observance lobby.
Bradford Northern's support declined rapidly in the season, attracting a record low crowd of against Barrow. Northern went out of business on 10 December having played just 13 matches; winning 1 and losing 12, scoring points and conceding In , the Bradford Northern club reformed through the efforts of such people as Trevor Foster and Joe Phillips and were accepted back into the Rugby League.
The reformed club won its first cup in —66 by beating Hunslet 17—8 in the final of the Yorkshire Cup. During this season Keith Mumby made his debut, becoming the Bradford's youngest player at only 16 years of age, scoring 12 goals and a try in a match against Doncaster.
He went on to make a record appearances for the club. In —75 Bradford won the Regal Trophy 3—2 against Widnes. Peter Fox joined Bradford as coach for the first time in — Bradford won the Premiership final 17—8 against Widnes and were also Championship runners-up.
In —79, Bradford appeared in another Premiership final, this time losing 24—2 to Leeds. In —81 the club made it back to back championships.
In Bradford won the Yorkshire Cup final replay against Castleford 11—2 after drawing 12— In —90 Bradford beat Featherstone 20—14 in the Yorkshire Cup final.
Bradford lost the Regal Trophy against Warrington 12—2 in — In —4, the last but two Championship before Super League, Bradford finished as runners-up behind Wigan on points difference.
Australian Brian Smith was appointed coach and later Chief Executive. Bradford lost the Challenge Cup final 40—32 to St Helens, Robbie Paul became the first player to score a hat-trick in the final, a performance that won him the Lance Todd Trophy.
Robbie also won the Super League Player of the Year. Bradford Bulls finished the season as the best supported team in Super League with an average attendance in excess of 10, Champions- Bradford won the Super League title with a record run of 20 successive victories from the start of the season.
Bradford was once again the best supported club, with an average of over 15, On the Road — In , as part of rugby league's "on the road" scheme the Bradford Bulls played London Broncos at Tynecastle in Edinburgh in front of over 7, fans.
The Bulls remained the best-supported club, however, with an average attendance in excess of 13, Leon Pryce beat Keith Mumby 's record in becoming the youngest player ever to appear for the club.
The club achieved record season ticket sales, and set a new scoring record as the Bulls thrashed Workington Town 92—0 in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup at Odsal.
The final home game saw the Bulls smash the Super League attendance record with 24, fans watching the 19—18 defeat of Leeds Rhinos. Henry Paul won the Harry Sunderland Trophy as man of the match.
Henry Paul won the Lance Todd Trophy as man of the match. Glory Days- Brian Noble was appointed Bradford head coach in and the club took up residence at Valley Parade , the home of Bradford City , to allow for the redevelopment of Odsal Stadium.
James Lowes was named as Man of the Match and Paul Deacon kicked eight goals from nine attempts plus a drop goal for a total of 17 points in the match, an individual scoring record for this competition.
Bradford Bulls won the game 22— The team travelled to Cardiff to beat the Leeds Rhinos at the Millennium Stadium 22—20 in front of 71, fans, then went on to lift the League Leaders Shield for finishing top of the Super League after 28 rounds, before defeating Leeds Rhinos again, for the fifth time in the season, in the Qualifying Semi Final play-off to reach the Tetley's Rugby Super League Grand Final.
They also beat Leeds Rhinos in the play-offs to reach the Grand Final, only to meet their arch-rivals two weeks later at Old Trafford in front of a record grand final crowd of 67, This time Bradford were beaten by Leeds 16—8.
This achievement started in the first round of the regular Super League season as he crossed the try line on five separate occasions against Wigan Warriors to equal the record for the total number of tries in a Super League game.
History Makers — After a difficult start to the season, The Bulls went on a 12 match unbeaten run and managed to win the Super League title from third place by beating Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford.
This was their third such win in four years. McNamara's finest hour so far may have been the 20—18 defeat of St Helens at Odsal in June, which proved to be Fielden's last match for the Bulls.
After a tense match, Bradford ran out 24—16 winners. May On 6 May , Bradford Bulls were involved in a controversial situation.
During the Millennium Magic weekend, two decisions from referee Steve Ganson which gave the game in the dying seconds to Leeds who won 38—The Bradford Bulls are a professional rugby league club in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, currently playing in the Championship. They have won the Challenge Cup five times, the league championship six times and the World Club Challenge three times. Having vacated Odsal Stadium, Bradford intend to play their home games next year at Tetley’s Stadium. The team jersey is predominantly white with red, amber and black chevrons. In , founder member of the Rugby Football League Bradford F. Bulls stalwart Stuart Duffy would like to see a return to Odsal and Super League 8 comments AS we approach the end of what has been an unprecedented year, there are still many uncertainties which. AS A bookmaker by trade, Mark Sawyer knows all about how the odds can fluctuate. So, he isn’t paying much attention to suggests that the Bulls are “favourites” to land the 12th spot in next year’s. Bulls made a horror start to Super League X, losing five of their opening nine games, including a baffling loss to eventually-relegated Widnes and a dreadful defeat to Leeds at Odsal. Nigel Wood has been tipped to take a more hands-on role at Bradford Bulls as they bid to replace Toronto Wolfpack in Super League. Toronto were kicked out of the competition a fortnight ago amid a.