HALIFAX have added their name to the Yorkshire clubs keen to get the Championship back up and running.

Bulls chief executive Mark Sawyer revealed that talks have been held among teams in the county supporting plans for a 2020 season to resume in front of some crowds.

His own club Dewsbury, Batley, Featherstone and York are all behind talk of a restart later in the year – providing fans will be allowed back in at some level.

Now Halifax have also indicated they feel the same.

Clubs answered an RFL survey earlier this week about what they feel should happen next that will be considered at next Monday’s board meeting.

Meanwhile, some furloughed staff at the Bulls have started working again from today on a part-time basis.

Sawyer said: “They are basically doing a day a week each. We’re just moving stuff forward now.

“We’ve all sorts of things to do as normal, such as sorting out a kit deal for next year. There is a lot going on.

“We’re just getting two or three in now. We’ve got jobs to do and there are fans getting in touch with the club.

“We’re starting on the long road to recovery.”