Bradford Northern

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Bradford Bulls Coaching Staff - History - Bradford Northern: 1907–1963
... Northern moved to Birch Lane in 1908 ... Bradford council offered the club a site for a new stadium between Rooley Lane and Mayo Avenue in 1927 ... Before moving to Odsal, Northern had had two other homes at Greenfield Athletic Ground in Dudley Hill and at Birch Lane which was part of the Bowling Old Lane cricket ground ...
Challenge Cup - List of Finals
10–3 St Helens Headingley, Leeds 13,492 1897–98 Batley 7–0 Bradford FC Headingley, Leeds 27,941 1898–99 Oldham 19–9 Hunslet Fallowfield, Manchester 15,763 1899–1900 ...
Bradford Bulls Coaching Staff - History - 1964–1995
... On 20 July 1964, Bradford Northern (1964) Ltd came into existence ... out to show their support, as Odsal hosted its first 10,000 plus gate for a Bradford Northern match since 1957 ... In 1972–73 Bradford lost the Challenge Cup final against Featherstone Rovers 33–14 ...
Peter Roe (rugby League)
90s and 2000s, playing at club level for Keighley, Bradford Northern, York and Hunslet, as a Centre, and coaching at club level for Keighley (three occasions), Halifax, Barrow (twice ... On 30 December 1975 Roe was transferred to Bradford Northern, where he played 99 games under Roy Francis and Peter Fox who, coached the team to back-t ... to retire prematurely from the game when Bradford Northern cashed in their insurance policy (£30,000) on Roe in 1981 ...

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