Bantams boss Parkinson can sleep easy after win

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7:50am Saturday 19th April 2014

Delighted Phil Parkinson believes City have earned a stress-free finish to the season after rubberstamping their League One status.

Reach gives Bantams fans the perfect farewell present

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8:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Bradford City 1 Peterborough 0

Green hopes Bradford Bulls appeal will be money well spent

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Marc Green, pictured at his first press conference, wants to turn Bulls into a profitable business

8:50am Saturday 19th April 2014

Bulls owner Marc Green insists the club will “stand or fall” by the outcome of the appeal against their six-point penalty for entering administration.

Valley Parade finale for Bradford City women

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOOTBALL: Fluent Didmarton stay third in the league

8:30am Saturday 19th April 2014

Bradford City have announced that their last home game of the season in the FA Women’s Premier League North against Wolves on Sunday, May 18 will be played at Valley Parade.

FT: City 1 Peterborough 0

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Live blog: Bantams v Peterborough

6:37pm Friday 18th April 2014

Regular updates from Bradford City's League One match against Peterborough at the Coral Windows Stadium

New Bulls boss: I want to buy back Odsal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Marc Green

10:20am Friday 18th April 2014

Bradford Bulls owner Marc Green confirmed he plans to buy back the lease and freehold on Odsal on the day the club opened a new shop and ticket office.

Four new injuries add to Bradford Bulls woes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam Sidlow receives treatment during the defeat to Leeds as the Bulls’ injury concerns mount

7:50am Friday 18th April 2014

Francis Cummins was facing further injury woe last night as the Bulls crashed to a 46-6 home defeat the hands of arch-rivals Leeds.

Featherstone too hot for Keighley Cougars to handle

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul White scored the Cougars’ first try

10:28pm Friday 18th April 2014

Featherstone Rovers 36, Cougars 12: A blistering 14-minute spell midway through the first half saw Cougars blown away by high-flying Featherstone at the Big Fellas Stadium.

Bradford Bulls blown away by rivals Leeds Rhinos during 15 minutes of hell

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Gaskell sprints clear to score the Bulls’ only try against Leeds

6:10am Friday 18th April 2014

Bradford Bulls 6, Leeds Rhinos 46 Francis Cummins does not need telling about the quality that Leeds possess but the Bulls coach was given an unwanted reminder during an exhilarating opening spell which simply blew his team away.

Bantams urged to bring away-day resolve home

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: hanson panel.jpg

7:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Phil Parkinson wants City to bring their resilience on the road to Valley Parade against Peterborough tonight.

Bantams skipper on basement benefits for Dolan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EYE-OPENER: Gary Jones believes experiencing League Two football can have long-term benefits for youngsters such as City’s Matty Dolan, right

7:30am Friday 18th April 2014

A regular dose of League Two has toughened up Matty Dolan for the challenge of establishing a place in City’s midfield.

Paul Farbrace set to land shock England role

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul Farbrace

8:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

Former Yorkshire second-team coach Paul Farbrace is set to sensationally quit Sri Lanka to be part of England’s new coaching team, which is due to be announced tomorrow.

Bradford Dragons grab dramatic semi-final berth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nathan Ashley in action against Manchester

6:31pm Friday 18th April 2014

Bradford Dragons battled through to their maiden English Basketball League Division One semi-finals appearance with an unprecedented double-overtime victory against Manchester Magic as the eventually won 104-94.

Leeds United to tackle an Oakwell hoodoo

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Brian McDermott wants his side to restore some pride at Barnsley

7:26pm Friday 18th April 2014

Leeds must end an Oakwell jinx if they are to pick up three points at Barnsley tomorrow afternoon.

Deacey admits to disgraceful Bradford Park Avenue suspension record

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ryan Qualter was the latest Avenue absentee after an accumulation of yellow cards

6:40pm Friday 18th April 2014

Bradford Park Avenue boss John Deacey will be tightening up on discipline on the field after a season blighted by a glut of suspensions.

Woodlands skipper expects Bradford League to hit the heights

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HIGH HOPES: Pieter Swanepoel believes this season’s Bradford League will be a strong competition

9:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Woodlands skipper Pieter Swanepoel expects the bar to be raised in the JCT600 Bradford League as the season gets underway tomorrow.

Andrew Davies column: I want a four-midable finish

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Andrew Davies

9:00am Friday 18th April 2014

I’m the type of positive character who goes on the pitch genuinely thinking we can win every game.

Yorkshire skipper learns from Clarke captaincy

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: LATE WICKETS: Yorkshire seamer Liam Plunkett

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Yorkshire’s Andrew Gale has been studying Michael Clarke’s captaincy in a bid to help him get the best out of fast bowler Liam Plunkett.

Lampkin back in trials action

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dougie Lampkin in action – Picture: Sam Needham

8:41pm Friday 18th April 2014

Silsden rider Dougie Lampkin makes his first competitive outing of the year in the Tough One extreme enduro event at Hawkstone Park near Shrewsbury tomorrow.

Jamie Nicholls’ slopestyle event in danger from IOC

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jamie Nicholls finished sixth in the men’s snowboard slopestyle competition at the Winter Olympics in Sochi

8:28pm Friday 18th April 2014

Great Britain coach Pat Sharples has defended the ski and snowboard slopestyle events amid rumours they could be dropped from future Winter Olympics due to concerns the sport is too dangerous.

Yorkshire paceman Brooks firing up to face old club

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jack Brooks can change a game in one spell

7:10pm Friday 18th April 2014

Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale has described Jack Brooks as “a real asset” to the county as he prepares to face his former club Northamptonshire in the LV= County Championship at Headingley on Sunday.

Silsden youngsters gain experience securing safety

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ben Crabtree congratulates Zack Dale after his second goal in last week’s victory against Winsford

6:10pm Friday 18th April 2014

Silsden have struggled this term but they finally secured their top-tier status in the North West Counties League with three games to spare.

Scholes kick off farewell season

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cricket fest in memory of Dallas

5:48pm Friday 18th April 2014

Scholes tomorrow open their final Central Yorkshire League campaign, before joining the Bradford League for 2015, away to a Mirfield Parish Cavaliers side eager to show off newest overseas signing Yasir Ali.

Sign up and play for Bradford Dudley Hill under-15s

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Junior rugby training camp at Cirencester rugby club (4204347)

5:01pm Friday 18th April 2014

Bradford Dudley Hill are looking to recruit new players for their under-15s team.

Farsley flying in time for finale

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Local football

5:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

Two stunning results have rocketed Farsley back into the Division One North play-off places in the Evo-Stik League and put their promotion hopes firmly back into their own hands.

Liversedge sunk as FC United seal reserves title

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Men's Indoor 5-a-side Football Tournament

4:52pm Friday 18th April 2014

A Danny Kean goal was nowhere near enough for Liversedge Reserves as visitors FC United Reserves sealed the Lancashire League East title with a 6-1 victory.

Queensbury able to rest key personnel ahead of big tie

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Port prove stubborn opposition as Knutsford play their first game in a month

12:10am Friday 18th April 2014

Queensbury will rest a number of key players when they meet New Earswick All Blacks in the Pennine League Championship Division clash at Hill Top tomorrow.

Angling Lines

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ANGLING: Scales tip in Rich's favour

12:10am Friday 18th April 2014

The latest news from the local angling scene.

Brighouse Town on brink of glory

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOOTBALL: Fluent Didmarton stay third in the league

12:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Brighouse Town will be crowned champions of the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division if they beat Retford United tomorrow.

FT: Bradford Bulls 6, Leeds Rhinos 46

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Gaskell touches down the Bulls' only try against Leeds

5:43pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Live updates as the Bulls take on arch-rivals Leeds Rhinos in tonight's Super League round-nine clash at the Provident Stadium

We can pull off greatest upset of season against Rhinos, believes Bradford Bulls winger

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ever the optimist, Jamie Foster – being tackled by Carl Ablett in last season’s derby clash at Odsal – is billing tonight’s match as a potential turning point of the season

7:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Jamie Foster believes tonight’s visit of arch-rivals Leeds is the perfect opportunity to stop the rot and send out a message to the rest of Super League.

Hanson close to Bradford City comeback

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Hanson admits he has become spoilt when it comes to big matches after last season's Capital One Cup exploits and Wembley play-off final

7:30am Thursday 17th April 2014

City are optimistic about seeing James Hanson again in the final fortnight of their League One campaign.

Which Bradford City player will win your vote?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gary Jones collects last season’s player of the year trophy from City boss Phil Parkinson

7:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Can Gary Jones hang on to his title as the Telegraph & Argus/JCT600 City player of the year? Or will the likes of Stephen Darby, Andrew Davies or James Hanson take the crown?

Kearney proud to clock up 100 games as Bradford Bulls player

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Brett Kearney is out of contract at the end of the season

6:40am Thursday 17th April 2014

As Brett Kearney makes his 100th appearance for the Bulls tonight, he can reflect on a tumultuous four-and-half-year spell at the club.

Top-ten incentive for Bradford Park Avenue at Barrow

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ON THE UP: Avenue visit Barrow buoyed by a 3-0 win versus Histon, in which Paul Walker is pictured celebrating a goal

8:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Bradford Park Avenue will jump into the top ten of the Conference North on Saturday if they win at Barrow and neighbours Guiseley do them a favour at home to Colwyn Bay.

Cougars ready for tough test at Featherstone

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cougars players celebrate a try during a losing cause last week at Batley

9:40am Thursday 17th April 2014

Cougars player-coach Paul March admits “it doesn’t get much tougher” than a trip to Featherstone but is backing his men to produce the goods in Good Friday’s showdown (7.45pm).

New system scores points with Ilkley skipper Cockcroft

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ilkley skipper Nick Cockcroft

9:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Nick Cockcroft leads Ilkley into their first season in the Aire-Wharfe League top flight for 20 years, welcoming the challenges presented by a step up in class and a new scoring system that could change the way captains approach matches.

Beating Bay will be tough, warns Guiseley boss Bower

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Alex Johnson gets past Harrogate's Matt Heath

8:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Guiseley boss Mark Bower admits that victory at home to Colwyn Bay on Saturday won’t come easy.

Seven-a-side curtain-raiser for Thackley match

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOOTBALL: Taunton Town record impressive away win

7:36pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Thackley’s final home game of the season against Pickering Town on Saturday will be preceded by a seven-a-side tournament between squads representing Bradford Disability Football Club and Bolton Wanderers Disability Club.

Campion set to be denied second spot

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: FOOTBALL: Fluent Didmarton stay third in the league

7:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Campion’s hopes of finishing runners-up spot in the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division were all but ended after Bay Athletic moved second with a 2-1 home win over Lepton Highlanders.

Leeds boss hopes McCormack can join exclusive club

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ross McCormack scored Leeds’ only reply

5:58pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Leeds boss Brian McDermott would love to see Ross McCormack join an elite group of strikers and reach the 30-goal mark this season.

Dickinson key for Dudley Hill

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Port prove stubborn opposition as Knutsford play their first game in a month

1:32pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Bradford Dudley Hill will be looking to in-form scrum half Ryan Dickinson to spearhead their National Conference Division Two challenge at Castleford Panthers on Saturday.

Eccleshill go four it against Selby Town

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Transfer deadline day - live blog

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Eccleshill United won their rearranged game against Selby Town last night at a canter with two goals in each half.

Silsden succumb to sucker punch

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Warrington Campus men's end league slump

5:50am Thursday 17th April 2014

Silsden lost 1-0 at home to Ashton Athletic in the North West Counties Premier Division last night.

No 'tinkerman' tactics from Bantams boss, who is counting only on mathematical safety

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson has a one-track mind

7:50am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Safety at all costs – that is Phil Parkinson’s only concern for City right now.

Keighley football tournament is tribute to victims of Valley Parade fire disaster

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keighley football tournament is tribute to victims of Valley Parade fire disaster

6:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

The lives of 56 fans who died in the Bradford City fire disaster 29 years ago will be remembered at a memorial football tournament this weekend.

Former Bradford Bulls owner Omar Khan to speak out on demise of OK Bulls Limited

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Omar Khan

5:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Former Bradford Bulls owner Omar Khan last night indicated he will comment further about the demise of his company OK Bulls Limited after a creditors meeting is held next week.

We won’t be distracted by points appeal, says Bradford Bulls ace Kearney

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Brett Kearney is fully focused on a daunting run fixtures against Super League's big guns

6:50am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Brett Kearney admits a successful appeal against their points penalty would give the Bulls a “massive boost” in their fight to stay in Super League.

Wakefield chairman wants Bradford Bulls' points penalty upheld

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rovers romped at Rochdale

5:25pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Wakefield chairman Michael Carter would consider quitting rugby league if Bradford succeed in overturning their points deduction for going into administration.

Gillespie highlights areas to work on as Yorkshire kick off with a draw at Somerset

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kane Williamson is set to be Yorkshire’s only non-domestic Twenty20 star next season

7:18pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Jason Gillespie says there is room for improvement both batting and bowling-wise for his Yorkshire side after their opening-round LV= County Championship draw against Somerset at Taunton.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam Reach fires home his match-winning free-kick against Peterborough The ball is heading up and over the Posh wall and is bound for the top corner of the net Reach is jumping for joy after his moment of class Cue the celebrations


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