Jun 29, 2014 at 3pm UK at ​Halliwell Jones Stadium
WarringtonWarrington Wolves
50-24
Bradford Bulls
Harrison (5'), Atkins (8'), O'Brien (13', 66'), Monaghan (42', 48'), Westwood (46'), Ormsby (51'), Evans (72')
FT
Kearney (36'), Purtell (59'), Olbison (74'), Pitts (79')

James Lowes positive despite Bradford Bulls defeat

England coach James Lowes during the International Origin Match between England and Exiles at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on June 14, 2013
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New Bradford Bulls coach James Lowes tries to look for the positives following his side's 50-24 defeat at Warrington Wolves in the Super League.

New Bradford Bulls coach James Lowes has refused to be too downbeat following his side's 50-24 defeat at Warrington Wolves in the Super League.

The Bulls were comfortably beaten on Sunday to leave them nine points adrift of safety with nine games left to play.

Despite his side being in a tough predicament, Lowes believes that he can take plenty of positives from their performance at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

"I learned quite a lot but it's not all doom and gloom," he told Sky Sports News. "We were beaten by a very good side who put sides to the sword early on and they did that to us at the start of each half.

"There is no quick fix, that's not going to happen. We are in a fight but are ready for it."

Bradford return to action next Sunday when they host Catalans Dragons in the league.

Leeds Rhinos' Brian McDermott watches his team during their Super League match against London Broncos on April 12, 2013
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