Bradford Bulls 2013 Super League fixtures

The Bulls beat Wakefield  34-26 at Odsal in last season’s fixture. Pictured is try-scorer Olivier Elima being congratulated by Manase Manuokafoa

The Bulls beat Wakefield 34-26 at Odsal in last season’s fixture. Pictured is try-scorer Olivier Elima being congratulated by Manase Manuokafoa

First published in Sport Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Sports Reporter

Bradford Bulls will begin Super League XVIII with a home match against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on Sunday, February 3.

And Francis Cummins’ side will end a 2013 campaign whose highlight is the Rugby League World Cup with another derby, Huddersfield visiting the Provident Stadium on Sunday, September 8.

The Giants will also provide new opposition for the Bulls on Magic Weekend at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on Sunday, May 26.

Bradford normally face Leeds Rhinos in the two-day festival, losing to them on all four occasions they have met in it, albeit twice by only four points.

They have also been defeated on Magic Weekend by the Crusaders – the Bulls’ only victory in six attempts coming in 2009 when they beat Wakefield 32-16 at Murrayfield.

Cummins will be hoping fresh opponents will bring the Bulls a change of fortune.

Both regular-season matches against the Rhinos are set to be shown live on Sky TV, with the Bulls visiting Headingley on Maundy Thursday (March 28) and hosting Leeds on Sunday, May 5.

The Bulls, who meet Salford City Reds at Odsal on Easter Monday, are also due on the small screen in round three on Saturday, February 16 at home to Castleford Tigers (5.45).

Cummins said he preferred to dwell on the progress being made in pre-season rather than focus his attention on how the 2013 fixtures have fallen.

“It’s exciting when the fixtures come out because you realise it’s (the season) not that far away,” he said. “But at the moment we’re not thinking about the opposition. Our biggest opponents right now are ourselves, and that’s who we’re concentrating on.

“We’ve got some people with some very achy bodies and they have to convince themselves they can come through that.

“I’ve warned the players that they are going to get a lot more tired through this pre-season but they’ll be better for it.

“It’s always the same in the first few weeks of pre-season. You struggle to get down the stairs in a morning because you’re body is screaming.

“You feel sorry for yourselves but that will pass as it goes on and the opening game gets nearer.”

The opening day also sees Salford host Wigan, while on Sunday, Catalan Dragons travel to Hull KR, London face Widnes and Challenge Cup holders Warrington take on Castleford.

Round four will comprise six matches to allow Leeds to play NRL champions Melbourne Storm in the 2013 World Club Challenge on Friday, February 22 at Headingley.

Meanwhile, Super League chief executive Nigel Wood is predicting that World Cup year will provide the catalyst for the greatest Super League season of all.

Wood said: “Super League continued to build in stature in 2012 with record attendances and viewing figures, and I am sure this exciting fixture schedule will see even more people enjoy the experience of watching this extraordinary competition in 2013.

“We have a 14-team Super League followed by a 14-nation World Cup, and that makes for the perfect formula for success.

“The chance to feature in the most successful Rugby League World Cup of all time at the end of the year is guaranteed to bring out the best in every Super League player, and I share the view held by tens of thousands of fans that the big kick-off cannot come quickly enough.”

Bulls 2013 Super League fixtures in full

FEBRUARY

SUN 3 WAKEFIELD HOME
Fri 8 Hull FC Away
SAT 16 CASTLEFORD (Sky) HOME
SUN 24 ST HELENS HOME

MARCH

Sun 3 Huddersfield Away
Fri 8 Widnes Away
SUN 17 HULL KR HOME
Sat 23 Catalan Dragons Away
Thu 28 Leeds Rhinos (Sky tbc) Away

APRIL

MON 1 SALFORD HOME
Sun 7 London Broncos Away
SUN 14 WIGAN HOME

Sun 28 Warrington Away

MAY

SUN 5 LEEDS RHINOS (Sky) HOME
Fri 17 Salford Away
Sun 26 Huddersfield (Magic Weekend)

JUNE

Sun 2 Hull KR Away
Sun 9 St Helens Away
SUN 23 WIDNES HOME
SUN 30 WARRINGTON HOME

JULY

Fri 5 Wigan Away
SUN 21 HULL FC HOME

AUGUST

Sun 4 Wakefield Away
SUN 11 CATALAN HOME
Sun 18 Castleford Away

SEPTEMBER

SUN 1 LONDON BRONCOS HOME
SUN 8 HUDDERSFIELD HOME

The permanent 2013 Bulls fixtures page is in the Bulls section of the website 

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6:56am Mon 19 Nov 12

hemsworthbull formerly known as pontebull says...

Anyone noticed the error, that 5th May is actually a sunday.
Anyone noticed the error, that 5th May is actually a sunday. hemsworthbull formerly known as pontebull
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7:03am Mon 19 Nov 12

Steampig says...

I dont know who does the fixtures but the balance is just wrong, 3 home games and 1 away, in February followed by just 1 home game and 4 away games in march ! surely there should be some balance to it.
I dont know who does the fixtures but the balance is just wrong, 3 home games and 1 away, in February followed by just 1 home game and 4 away games in march ! surely there should be some balance to it. Steampig
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8:14am Mon 19 Nov 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

moan moan moan
moan moan moan ifallwerelikemumby
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9:12am Mon 19 Nov 12

mish666uk says...

Looks like this fixture list is missing Warrington away...
Looks like this fixture list is missing Warrington away... mish666uk
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9:16am Mon 19 Nov 12

mish666uk says...

Checked the Warrington site, we play Warrington away on 28th April kick off 3pm.
Checked the Warrington site, we play Warrington away on 28th April kick off 3pm. mish666uk
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10:59am Mon 19 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:18am Mon 19 Nov 12

raisemeup says...

Steampig wrote:
I dont know who does the fixtures but the balance is just wrong, 3 home games and 1 away, in February followed by just 1 home game and 4 away games in march ! surely there should be some balance to it.
Just like last year(April and May) with a five week stint and no home fixtures, unless the magic weekend Leeds fixture was classed as a Home fixture...with the revenue coming much later in the year from the RFL.

How any club can expect to keep continuity in the season with those odds stacked against them is laughable.
[quote][p][bold]Steampig[/bold] wrote: I dont know who does the fixtures but the balance is just wrong, 3 home games and 1 away, in February followed by just 1 home game and 4 away games in march ! surely there should be some balance to it.[/p][/quote]Just like last year(April and May) with a five week stint and no home fixtures, unless the magic weekend Leeds fixture was classed as a Home fixture...with the revenue coming much later in the year from the RFL. How any club can expect to keep continuity in the season with those odds stacked against them is laughable. raisemeup
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11:36am Mon 19 Nov 12

Videoref says...

It amazes me why we can't have home-away home-away. Why do they have to have consecutive homes then consecutive aways?
I am on holiday in Febuary and will now miss 3 home games-was it worth buying a season ticket? Will think twice next year.
Just my luck, the Catalans away is the week after I get back-From Spain and Southern France!!!
Re the 'Magic' weekend-think Manchester is rediculous-thought we were supposed to be spreading the game/expanding awareness? Spreading it right in the middle of the M62 corridor-ie Rugby League heartland! It's just a money spinner and a chance for Sky to pull the strings yet again.
RFL-run by muppets or should I say Puppets?
It amazes me why we can't have home-away home-away. Why do they have to have consecutive homes then consecutive aways? I am on holiday in Febuary and will now miss 3 home games-was it worth buying a season ticket? Will think twice next year. Just my luck, the Catalans away is the week after I get back-From Spain and Southern France!!! Re the 'Magic' weekend-think Manchester is rediculous-thought we were supposed to be spreading the game/expanding awareness? Spreading it right in the middle of the M62 corridor-ie Rugby League heartland! It's just a money spinner and a chance for Sky to pull the strings yet again. RFL-run by muppets or should I say Puppets? Videoref
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11:51am Mon 19 Nov 12

bctomuk2 says...

The RFL need to get a grip with these fixture lists - should be alternative home and away matches..... we're at home on 5th May then not at home again until 23rd June!
The RFL need to get a grip with these fixture lists - should be alternative home and away matches..... we're at home on 5th May then not at home again until 23rd June! bctomuk2
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12:11pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season.

Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow.
You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season. Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Bone_idle18 says...

Ground share with other sports/clubs causes the issues I think.
Ground share with other sports/clubs causes the issues I think. Bone_idle18
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1:02pm Mon 19 Nov 12

col 64 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
Wrong again tvor .we play Sunday before whines at 5,15
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]Wrong again tvor .we play Sunday before whines at 5,15 col 64
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3:13pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

col 64 wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
Wrong again tvor .we play Sunday before whines at 5,15
It has been changed recently but I posted the comment earlier on today when the fixtures were release.

I must apologise for not being able to see into the future at time of posting.
[quote][p][bold]col 64[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]Wrong again tvor .we play Sunday before whines at 5,15[/p][/quote]It has been changed recently but I posted the comment earlier on today when the fixtures were release. I must apologise for not being able to see into the future at time of posting. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:14pm Mon 19 Nov 12

BCFC1234 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season.

Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow.
The only sensible comment you have ever made.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season. Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow.[/p][/quote]The only sensible comment you have ever made. BCFC1234
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6:59pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

BCFC1234 wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season.

Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow.
The only sensible comment you have ever made.
I always speak with sense, its just people don't like to hear the truth.
Look at everyone rounding on Kris Hopkins at the moment.
[quote][p][bold]BCFC1234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: You've been dealt 3 home games from the first 4 fixtures to give you a chance to get off to a great start, hopefully that will help this season. Fixture lists in any sport are always a joke. Plymouth have to come to Valley Parade tomorrow, an 800 mile round trip for a Tuesday, great going. They brought 500 fans last year when playing on a Saturday, I doubt 50 will be there tomorrow.[/p][/quote]The only sensible comment you have ever made.[/p][/quote]I always speak with sense, its just people don't like to hear the truth. Look at everyone rounding on Kris Hopkins at the moment. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:21pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Mumby was the best says...

Who`s Kris Hopkins play for? is he a Prop?
Who`s Kris Hopkins play for? is he a Prop? Mumby was the best
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8:36pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella?

I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella? I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot! Sheffieldbull
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9:03pm Mon 19 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella?

I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot!
Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced?
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella? I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot![/p][/quote]Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced? Thee Voice of Reason
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10:57pm Mon 19 Nov 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

He has not answered due to helga calling round in her special new dress. bulls won't be shown much after week 6 as they tend to concentrate on competitive matches where possible.
He has not answered due to helga calling round in her special new dress. bulls won't be shown much after week 6 as they tend to concentrate on competitive matches where possible. ifallwerelikemumby
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12:52am Tue 20 Nov 12

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella?

I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot!
Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced?
I would imagine that logically the Bulls playing Leeds on the 5th may. Would preclude another fixture in less than 3 weeks, with both of them televised?
Making another close Yorkshire club the obvious choice. Which somewhat blows your theory out of the water, reference dross. More like expediency.
Very pleased to remove the gleeful nature of your post.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella? I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot![/p][/quote]Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced?[/p][/quote]I would imagine that logically the Bulls playing Leeds on the 5th may. Would preclude another fixture in less than 3 weeks, with both of them televised? Making another close Yorkshire club the obvious choice. Which somewhat blows your theory out of the water, reference dross. More like expediency. Very pleased to remove the gleeful nature of your post. raisemeup
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2:50am Tue 20 Nov 12

Tricky Dicky says...

The first game against Wakefield will be a fair "bell-weather" game.
I'm not too sure about the rationale in giving us Huddersfield for the Magic Weekend. It looks like we have been shifted to the second tier of ties. Is this the RFL taking pity on us?
The first game against Wakefield will be a fair "bell-weather" game. I'm not too sure about the rationale in giving us Huddersfield for the Magic Weekend. It looks like we have been shifted to the second tier of ties. Is this the RFL taking pity on us? Tricky Dicky
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3:42am Tue 20 Nov 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

yes,, also my sources in egg chasing circles say its to take the guaranteed 2 points off leeds and maybe stop them finishing 5th and winning it again.
yes,, also my sources in egg chasing circles say its to take the guaranteed 2 points off leeds and maybe stop them finishing 5th and winning it again. ifallwerelikemumby
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7:01am Tue 20 Nov 12

Ackersthebull says...

raisemeup wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend.

They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.
You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella?

I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot!
Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced?
I would imagine that logically the Bulls playing Leeds on the 5th may. Would preclude another fixture in less than 3 weeks, with both of them televised?
Making another close Yorkshire club the obvious choice. Which somewhat blows your theory out of the water, reference dross. More like expediency.
Very pleased to remove the gleeful nature of your post.
Agree. It would also mean that they would have played each other 3 times in 2 months over a run of 8 games
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So the Bulls have been relegated to play Huddersfield for the magic weekend. They are now part of the dross before the main events of the day. The Hull Derby and the Saints v Warrington. Then it's finished off with Leeds v Wigan the following day. Well I supose it's better than games being over by half time.[/p][/quote]You really are getting most things wrong constantly aren't you eh? Maybe its because you don't know what you are talking about, could that be it fella? I recall some months ago, you trying to make mileage that Sky choose not to show Bulls v Rhino's matches anymore...Whoops, all changed again. (Last years fixtures were SL most well attended H/A fixtures - which kinda makes your attempted point somewhat invalid sweet-cheeks, does it not? Games being over by half time? please explain....pass the rope! One day, you may get it right, but I really do doubt it. Truth - now thats a hoot![/p][/quote]Was the game or was it not scheduled for Saturday when first announced?[/p][/quote]I would imagine that logically the Bulls playing Leeds on the 5th may. Would preclude another fixture in less than 3 weeks, with both of them televised? Making another close Yorkshire club the obvious choice. Which somewhat blows your theory out of the water, reference dross. More like expediency. Very pleased to remove the gleeful nature of your post.[/p][/quote]Agree. It would also mean that they would have played each other 3 times in 2 months over a run of 8 games Ackersthebull
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7:28am Tue 20 Nov 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

you tell them helga
you tell them helga ifallwerelikemumby
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8:18am Tue 20 Nov 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Tricky Dicky wrote:
The first game against Wakefield will be a fair "bell-weather" game.
I'm not too sure about the rationale in giving us Huddersfield for the Magic Weekend. It looks like we have been shifted to the second tier of ties. Is this the RFL taking pity on us?
Thats the way I see it but the resident fantastic 4 clearly see it another way.
[quote][p][bold]Tricky Dicky[/bold] wrote: The first game against Wakefield will be a fair "bell-weather" game. I'm not too sure about the rationale in giving us Huddersfield for the Magic Weekend. It looks like we have been shifted to the second tier of ties. Is this the RFL taking pity on us?[/p][/quote]Thats the way I see it but the resident fantastic 4 clearly see it another way. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:45am Tue 20 Nov 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

Bang on the money again TVOR
Bang on the money again TVOR ifallwerelikemumby
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12:13am Thu 22 Nov 12

raisemeup says...

ifallwerelikemumby wrote:
Bang on the money again TVOR
When they were handing out "Logical thinking" were you and TVOR at the back of the Q??
[quote][p][bold]ifallwerelikemumby[/bold] wrote: Bang on the money again TVOR[/p][/quote]When they were handing out "Logical thinking" were you and TVOR at the back of the Q?? raisemeup
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