Michael Platt and Shaun Ainscough at the double in Bulls victory

First published in Sport Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Bradford Bulls Reporter

Bulls 38, Widnes 26


Michael Platt and Shaun Ainscough both scored twice as the Bulls kept their play-off hopes alive with a hard-fought victory over Widnes Vikings this afternoon.
 

The Bulls were left stunned after early tries from ex-Bradford winger Patrick Ah Van and prop Ben Davies, both converted by influential Rhys Hanbury, put Widnes 12-0 up.
 

Platt soon replied for the Bulls but a fine individual effort from Danny Craven stretched the Vikings’ lead to 16-6.
 

The response from the Bulls was emphatic, however, as three tries in 10 minutes from Brett Kearney, Ainscough and Ben Jeffries put the Bulls 22-16 ahead.
 

Right on the stroke of half-time, Widnes replied through Hanbury for an unconverted try which left the score 22-20 in Bradford’s favour at the break.
 

Shortly before the hour mark, the Bulls claimed a crucial score when Heath L’Estrange went over and Platt grabbed his second before Ah Van did likewise to give Widnes a lifeline.
 

Yet Ainscough’s second confirmed the Bulls’ victory, just as the heavens opened during a dramatic finale.

 


 

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5:32pm Sun 5 Aug 12

nosher says...

Stop start affair, due to a crap ref. We scored some good tries, when we moved the ball.
Stop start affair, due to a crap ref. We scored some good tries, when we moved the ball. nosher
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6:23pm Sun 5 Aug 12

graham smith says...

Anyone who thinks the BULLS are going to get preferential treatment because of our new owners only had to see to-days game.
SG had a terrible game, bad decision making and he missed too much.
Not an Olympic performance from the man in the middle.
SAVE OUR BULLS.
COM’ON YOU BULLS
Anyone who thinks the BULLS are going to get preferential treatment because of our new owners only had to see to-days game. SG had a terrible game, bad decision making and he missed too much. Not an Olympic performance from the man in the middle. SAVE OUR BULLS. COM’ON YOU BULLS graham smith
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8:34pm Sun 5 Aug 12

Anti-Firm says...

Poor all round to be fair but a wins a win!
Poor all round to be fair but a wins a win! Anti-Firm
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9:43pm Sun 5 Aug 12

baildonbullette says...

What a day! It got a bit nerve wracking at times - the twister had me a bit on edge over towards Cleckheaton in the first half - Pity it didn't come over and swallow up some of the Widnes t**ts behind us at the Rooley Lane end who thought it hilarious deliberately goading Bulls supporters by singing songs about going down and who paid your leccy bill? - a***holes!
Well done Bulls for carrying on through adversity and the Maelstrom that ensued 10 minutes from the end ( it caused chaos in Frizinghall and ripped up the road!)
Hope the prospective investors were watching today and were impressed by the determination of this team.
Guilfoyle, it's time to show some respect for this team and the amazing staff that have done everything for their fans!!
Let's hope for a positive bit of news by Tuesday. COYB
What a day! It got a bit nerve wracking at times - the twister had me a bit on edge over towards Cleckheaton in the first half - Pity it didn't come over and swallow up some of the Widnes t**ts behind us at the Rooley Lane end who thought it hilarious deliberately goading Bulls supporters by singing songs about going down and who paid your leccy bill? - a***holes! Well done Bulls for carrying on through adversity and the Maelstrom that ensued 10 minutes from the end ( it caused chaos in Frizinghall and ripped up the road!) Hope the prospective investors were watching today and were impressed by the determination of this team. Guilfoyle, it's time to show some respect for this team and the amazing staff that have done everything for their fans!! Let's hope for a positive bit of news by Tuesday. COYB baildonbullette
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10:41pm Sun 5 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:03pm Sun 5 Aug 12

Shelfrhino says...

I'd like to know which one of your fans is the phantom beer thrower.
Is it you sheffbull?
Oh no, it can't be you don't go.
I'll bet it's the knuckle dragger steamingp**s, sounds about right for him.
I'd like to know which one of your fans is the phantom beer thrower. Is it you sheffbull? Oh no, it can't be you don't go. I'll bet it's the knuckle dragger steamingp**s, sounds about right for him. Shelfrhino
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7:40am Mon 6 Aug 12

Mumby was the best says...

Shelfrhino wrote:
I'd like to know which one of your fans is the phantom beer thrower.
Is it you sheffbull?
Oh no, it can't be you don't go.
I'll bet it's the knuckle dragger steamingp**s, sounds about right for him.
Now now Timmy sweety, I guess by your response you haven`t had a hard day which usually makes you blubber all over your keyboard with explanations of how you have driven 5000 miles and got home all tired and drained!, your back to your nasty posts.
You are awful But I like you.
[quote][p][bold]Shelfrhino[/bold] wrote: I'd like to know which one of your fans is the phantom beer thrower. Is it you sheffbull? Oh no, it can't be you don't go. I'll bet it's the knuckle dragger steamingp**s, sounds about right for him.[/p][/quote]Now now Timmy sweety, I guess by your response you haven`t had a hard day which usually makes you blubber all over your keyboard with explanations of how you have driven 5000 miles and got home all tired and drained!, your back to your nasty posts. You are awful But I like you. Mumby was the best
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7:45am Mon 6 Aug 12

Ackersthebull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.[/p][/quote]Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run Ackersthebull
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7:58am Mon 6 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Ackersthebull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run
I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here.
Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans.
If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie.
You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.
[quote][p][bold]Ackersthebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.[/p][/quote]Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run[/p][/quote]I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here. Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans. If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie. You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:28am Mon 6 Aug 12

Ackersthebull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Ackersthebull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run
I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here.
Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans.
If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie.
You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.
You suppose wrong
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ackersthebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.[/p][/quote]Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run[/p][/quote]I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here. Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans. If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie. You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.[/p][/quote]You suppose wrong Ackersthebull
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8:34am Mon 6 Aug 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Ackersthebull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run
I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here.
Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans.
If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie.
You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.
Yeah but what did you think of the game itself TVoR,? Who was your Bulls man of the match? Did you manage to keep dry? Did you see the Widnes knock-on in the lead-up to their try just before half time? (ps Our problems don't 'lie' gettit?)
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ackersthebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.[/p][/quote]Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run[/p][/quote]I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here. Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans. If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie. You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.[/p][/quote]Yeah but what did you think of the game itself TVoR,? Who was your Bulls man of the match? Did you manage to keep dry? Did you see the Widnes knock-on in the lead-up to their try just before half time? (ps Our problems don't 'lie' gettit?) Sheffieldbull
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9:20am Mon 6 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Ackersthebull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.
Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run
I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here. Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans. If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie. You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.
Yeah but what did you think of the game itself TVoR,? Who was your Bulls man of the match? Did you manage to keep dry? Did you see the Widnes knock-on in the lead-up to their try just before half time? (ps Our problems don't 'lie' gettit?)
I was checking out your rivals for next season in their 34-6 win against Dewsbury Rams and had a very good time.
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ackersthebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: In one breath we have Bulls fans slating a few fans who were mocking the situation at the club, but in the other we have Bulls fans stating their devine right to be in super league saying it will be a disgrace if Fev or Fax get in. Well the truth is those clubs have been run right recently and if I'm honest that makes them more deserving of a place than the Bulls living on handouts.[/p][/quote]Why don't you just comment on the current thread rather than mixing comments from previous ones just to wind others up? A few fans is all Widnes brought with them so that level of away support will not help to sustain other clubs. When we played at Widnes it appeared that we outnumbered their fans as well. Hopefully we will see a good turnout from HKR on Friday and hopefully beat them too. Bulls fans play for today and wait and see what happens. Speculation leads to nothing and fuels the fires of the detractors who somehow appear to know how every club is run[/p][/quote]I'm replying to someone in this thread hence why I posted in here. Also whats with the comment about away support sustaining other clubs. I suppose ypur suggesting its Widnes fault bulls are in trouble for bringing a handful of fans. If Bulls are upto the cap and have previously exceeded the cap in the past then it shows you where the problems lie. You don't have to spend upto the cap, that isn't your minimum wage cost. What most businesses do is check their incomings and out goings then set their salary costs accordingly. It seems the Bulls just use the cap then hope the income matches their wages, anyone can see that spells disaster.[/p][/quote]Yeah but what did you think of the game itself TVoR,? Who was your Bulls man of the match? Did you manage to keep dry? Did you see the Widnes knock-on in the lead-up to their try just before half time? (ps Our problems don't 'lie' gettit?)[/p][/quote]I was checking out your rivals for next season in their 34-6 win against Dewsbury Rams and had a very good time. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:50am Mon 6 Aug 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next! Sheffieldbull
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9:55am Mon 6 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next![/p][/quote]Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:21am Mon 6 Aug 12

Ackersthebull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.
At least we'll have an advisor who's used to that level of rugby to put us right!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next![/p][/quote]Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.[/p][/quote]At least we'll have an advisor who's used to that level of rugby to put us right! Ackersthebull
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11:28am Mon 6 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Ackersthebull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.
At least we'll have an advisor who's used to that level of rugby to put us right!
Aye, I wouldn't mock that level of Rugby as it might be 1 level above what the Bulls might see.
[quote][p][bold]Ackersthebull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next![/p][/quote]Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.[/p][/quote]At least we'll have an advisor who's used to that level of rugby to put us right![/p][/quote]Aye, I wouldn't mock that level of Rugby as it might be 1 level above what the Bulls might see. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:16pm Mon 6 Aug 12

Ackersthebull says...

Who's mocking it?
Is English you first language? As soon as you can let me know at what level we'll be playing at I'll get on with it and continue supporting the bulls. Maybe I'll just wait until those who can make the decision make it. Meanwhile you keep your fingers crossed
Who's mocking it? Is English you first language? As soon as you can let me know at what level we'll be playing at I'll get on with it and continue supporting the bulls. Maybe I'll just wait until those who can make the decision make it. Meanwhile you keep your fingers crossed Ackersthebull
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1:28pm Mon 6 Aug 12

Reading Bullette says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.
It won't be the Cougars. They are up the creek without a paddle!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next![/p][/quote]Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.[/p][/quote]It won't be the Cougars. They are up the creek without a paddle! Reading Bullette
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1:42pm Mon 6 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Reading Bullette wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next!
Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.
It won't be the Cougars. They are up the creek without a paddle!
Cougars are doing just fine thanks.

Speaking of up the creek without a paddle, the Bulls doen't even appear to have a boat.
[quote][p][bold]Reading Bullette[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Wrong again TVoR, I have no rivals. Next![/p][/quote]Well next season, if the Bulls are lucky they will be in the Championship and their rivals won't be the Rhinos, it will be the Cougars. Well you yourself might see it as being the Eagles living down that neck of the woods.[/p][/quote]It won't be the Cougars. They are up the creek without a paddle![/p][/quote]Cougars are doing just fine thanks. Speaking of up the creek without a paddle, the Bulls doen't even appear to have a boat. Thee Voice of Reason
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