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Commentary on U19s tonight

Post Thu Jul 13, 2017 4:53 pm
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Re: Commentary on U19s tonight

Post Thu Jul 13, 2017 8:35 pm
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Followed score on twitter. Sounded like we pushed them all the way. Cas's academy are top of the league i believe. Young Trueman is going to have a big future, coming back to haunt us with 2 tries.

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Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:13 am
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Tremendous effort from both Bradford and Castleford, showing the self-belief, energy and desire to serve up an Academy Championship classic.

Probably the best 80 minutes from any Bradford side all season.

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Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:30 am
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John Bastian talks about the Bullbuilder fundraising efforts and the Bradford Bulls academies hunger on unearthing the next Ethan Ryan, James Bentley, Reiss Butterworth:

https://soundcloud.com/user-129831624/j ... supporters

Re: Commentary on U19s tonight

Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:27 am
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MicktheGled wrote:
John Bastian talks about the Bullbuilder fundraising efforts and the Bradford Bulls academies hunger on unearthing the next Ethan Ryan, James Bentley, Reiss Butterworth:

https://soundcloud.com/user-129831624/j ... supporters


Well worth a listen - thanks Mick.
Believe me when I say it's a pleasure and a privilege to deal with John, his team and all the Academy lads.
Two quick corrections.
1. The bucket collection raised 11 hundred not 11 thousand ( as Treasurer of BullBuilder I wish ....!)
To be exact it was £1178 - all banked and available to be used to support youth development

2. The title of the walk is Bumble and does not rhyme with Grumble- there's enough grumbling from my old mate Bullseye.

On behalf of BullBuilder many thanks to all who contributed. The generosity of both sets of fans ( and neutrals) was magnificent.

Re: Commentary on U19s tonight

Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:21 am
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Bullnorthern wrote:
MicktheGled wrote:
John Bastian talks about the Bullbuilder fundraising efforts and the Bradford Bulls academies hunger on unearthing the next Ethan Ryan, James Bentley, Reiss Butterworth:

https://soundcloud.com/user-129831624/j ... supporters


Well worth a listen - thanks Mick.
Believe me when I say it's a pleasure and a privilege to deal with John, his team and all the Academy lads.
Two quick corrections.
1. The bucket collection raised 11 hundred not 11 thousand ( as Treasurer of BullBuilder I wish ....!)
To be exact it was £1178 - all banked and available to be used to support youth development

2. The title of the walk is Bumble and does not rhyme with Grumble- there's enough grumbling from my old mate Bullseye.

On behalf of BullBuilder many thanks to all who contributed. The generosity of both sets of fans ( and neutrals) was magnificent.


Cheers Bullnorthern.

I hope to be taking part in the Bumble to Batley on Sunday.

Re: Commentary on U19s tonight

Post Fri Jul 14, 2017 1:53 pm
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MicktheGled wrote:
Tremendous effort from both Bradford and Castleford, showing the self-belief, energy and desire to serve up an Academy Championship classic.

Probably the best 80 minutes from any Bradford side all season.

A draw would have been a fair result,Bradford were far stronger than I anticipated given the two teams league positions but agree it was a tough game whilst both team tried to move the ball around.helped imo by a referee that wasn't blowing up every other set. Has a parent of one of the cas lads I can tell you he's pretty sore today and knows he'd been in a game.

All the best in you fund raising

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