Bradford Bulls reach £500,000 target

Elliot Whitehead
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Bradford Bulls are now halfway towards their £1m target in order to keep the club afloat.

Bradford Bulls have met their first target of £500,000 as the club bids to stay in business.

The Bulls announced at the end of March that they needed to raise half a million pounds by the middle of April and asked the fans to help fund their survival.

Chief executive Ryan Duckett said: "Fans, supporters, sponsors, local business and the entire rugby league community have come together in a remarkable effort.

"The directors, staff, coaching staff and players would like to sincerely thank all of those who have pledged and those who have contributed in a broader sense."

The Bulls have so far raised £506,000 as they look to achieve their £1m goal.

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