BULLS have announced that they will face Hull FC on Sunday, January 16 at Odsal (3pm kick-off) in Danny Brough's testimonial to celebrate his stunning career, which saw him feature for both clubs.

The 38-year-old sadly called time on his career due to medical advice at the end of the 2021 season to bring the curtain down on a 22-year association with rugby league, which saw him become the joint fifth highest points scorer in the history of the sport.

Brough won the 2005 Challenge Cup - under Bradford boss John Kear - for Hull FC before going on to star for the likes of Wakefield Trinity, Castleford Tigers and Huddersfield Giants.

At the latter, he won the 2013 Man of Steel as part of a season that saw the Giants lift the League Leaders’ Shield.

The Scottish international penned a deal to join the Bulls for the 2021 season, leading the side into their first play-off berth for six years.

Tickets for the fixture against Hull next month are now on sale - with Adult/Concession/Young Adult tickets costing £15, with Juniors getting to attend free of charge.