Amateur Club Ambassador Scheme

Amateur Club Ambassador Scheme

The amateur club ambassador scheme is a programme that helps the amateur clubs across  the city of Bradford.

The scheme includes junior players getting the opportunity to play at half time during the Super League Season and take part in the famous Bull Mans Parade.

Amateur clubs also receive a page in the programme and  are able to sell programmes that the Bradford Bulls kindly contribute funds back on a commission basis.

Each club is part of the player adoption scheme that includes 3 players assigned to the club and can be used 3/4 times per year for coaching and presentation nights.

The Foundation also hosts a monthly meeting where key points are discussed such as;

  • Coaching workshops
  • Half time teams
  • First Aid and Safeguarding
  • Player Adoption
  • Guest speakers

Clubs involved and their representatives are:

Wyke – Jason Whomack

West Bowling – Richard Tordoff

Bradford Dudley Hill – Dawn Williams Urch

Queensbury – Alan Turner/ Becky Stephenson

Odsal Sedbergh – Carol Regan

Birkenshaw - Andy Redmond

Wibsey – Ady Gill

Victoria Rangers – Stu Parkins

Wheelchair Rugby League – Gill/ Richard Johnson

Ambassador Launch

 

We would also like to welcome our North East Partners:

Durham Tigers

Cramlington Rockets

 

 

 

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