BULLS have allowed young prop Bradley Ho to join League 1 side Coventry Bears on a season-long loan.

He will link up with them this weekend in preparation for their final couple of weeks of pre-season, which will see them play against Keighley Cougars this Saturday and London Skolars on May 1.

Twenty-year-old Ho is a highly rated prospect and appeared in the Bulls' pre-season games against Swinton and Keighley.

He will add size and aggression to the Bears pack.

Their head coach Rich Squires commented: “We are really excited to add Brad to our group, he is hungry for action and can’t wait to get back on to the field.”

Meanwhile, Bulls' fierce rivals Featherstone have seen their clash in France against Toulouse on May 1 postponed.

The game has been pushed back to a later date because of the quarantine regulations that are currently in place in the UK.

People returning from a stay in France are required to self-isolate for at least five days.

Toulouse were awarded a 24-0 victory for their home game against London after the Broncos advised they were not prepared to travel to France.

However, Toulouse will not be given a 24-0 win for their postponed match against Featherstone, with the difference being that Featherstone are a part-time team whereas the Broncos are full-time.

A date for the re-arranged fixture between Toulouse and Featherstone has not yet been announced.