BRADFORD Bulls have a big commercial opportunity going.

They are seeking commission-only sales people who are capable of selling simple sponsorships/memberships to small to medium size businesses in the Bradford area.

For those interested, email

Volunteers are needed at the club in various areas too, as a groundsman and in the hospitality and catering sector.

There are also roles available for people to carry out maintenance and cleaning, as well as working in the Odsal shop.

You can also be there volunteering on a matchday, manning the turnstiles, car park or gameday shop.

Meanwhile, the RFL is set to ditch the controversial ball-steal rule after just one season.

The laws were amended at the start of the season to allow a player to steal the ball from an opponent if their team-mates dropped off the tackle in time.

The rule, copied from the NRL, created confusion and difficulties for referees in deciding whether players had fallen off the tackle before the ball steal.

Now the governing body’s laws committee will seek RFL board approval to remove the rule from the start of the 2022 season.

A spokesman said: “Members were unanimous in their view that the law be rolled back to its 2021 interpretation and that the RFL should lobby the International Rugby League for the law’s removal from the international game from 2022.”

The committee also considered bringing back scrums to the domestic game but decided it was still too early and agreed to look at the issue again in a month’s time.