BRADFORD City’s loyal fans were heartbroken but proud after watching their heroes crash to a late League One Play-Off Final defeat, with many vowing their team would be promoted next year instead.
BRADFORD City’s legion of loyal fans from across the globe are jetting in for their side’s play-off final clash today.
JOE LUMB COMPETITION: Bradford 107 (R Noble 37, W Pallister 3-12) Aire-Wharfe 93 (A Rehman 4-15, James Rogers 3-33, Akash Gopal 2-19); Heavy Woollen 166 (U Mohammed 75no, M Grieve 37, Haines 3-16, Deacon 2-22) East Yorkshire 167-2 (L Murray 71, J Hill…
ON A day when rain decimated the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League programme, Hanging Heaton took over the leadership of the Premier Division after recording a 77-run win over previously unbeaten Woodlands.
ODSAL Sedbergh go into their local derby at Keighley Albion tomorrow in confident mood after picking up their first league win of the season.
JOHN Stocks and David Burns (Peel) were shock winners of the Bradford Pairs Merit, sponsored by Martin S Lonsdale (Estate Agents), after defeating hot favourites Phil Dowgill and Graham Reay (Cononley) 21-17 in the final.
WEST Bowling gave mid-table hosts Gateshead Storm a 64-12 thrashing in the National Conference League on their first visit to the north-east.
The following have been dealt with by Bradford and Keighley magistrates:
UNDERCLIFFE continued their good start to the Bradford League season with a five-wicket win over Birstall in Championship One at Intake Road.