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U16 Nottingham Home

A respectable 2-8 defeat to a powerful Nottingham side. All was going well after a 1-0 lead at the end of the first period. But a depleted squad missing Niks Veiss and Max Broadhurst due to injury took it’s toll! Well done to Jacob Lutwyche for his debut match with the U16.

U18 Sheffield Away

Our last game was away at Sheffield, this was always going to be tough, but the fact that the 18’s were already reduced by two second year players receiving 2 match bans, in the Nottingham game previous; we were in more need of the help of the U16. They had played Sheffield A U16 on the game directly before, and injuries came to Niks almost as soon as their game had started. The u16 playing up to the U18 must have been shattered before the game started, and I must say I was proud how well they played through those 3 periods, it was a tough game against the well drilled Sheffield side. Well done all of the team, the score ended 3 – 2 to Sheffield, and the Bulldogs outshot Sheffield 38 shots to their 34,  it was a hard fought game to the very end. Cameron Kushnirenko made his debut for the 18’s, well done Cam. Lewis Baldwin well deservedly received the MVP – goals went to James Royds and Jay Fagan. I don’t know how they continued but Max Broadhurst played the whole game with a fracture to his wrist, and Adam Barnes suffered the whole game with an injury to his knee – Great Team effort guys WELL DONE!!!

Bulldogs on BBC Radio Leeds

Radio Leeds

Head Coach, Andy Brown, and Promotions Manager, Dom Johns, tell the listeners about Ice Hockey as a sport and the success of the Bradford Bulldogs with presenter Nick Hatton. Our thanks to West Yorkshire Sport and BBC Radio Leeds.

U18 Nottingham B Home

Our first home game on 28th September against Nottingham B was an eventful one, firstly after only five minutes, a check from behind saw Josh Birtwistle see the red mist, and after a ‘handbags’ scuffle he left the ice for the remainder of the game. This was followed by where James Royds thought he would contest his mighty strength and check the boards, he won, the hinge didn’t and we had a few cautious moments whilst the gate was repaired. A further delay where the Nottingham net minder was unsure she could continue after a blade hit her cage. She seemed to recover after her parent comforted her On Ice! Followed by a rather brutal battle where we lost Liam Kirton for the next two games, a real shame after he had scored two great goals earlier on in the game.  It was a very long three hour game and eventful game, I bet the referees thought it would never end, but it was well in Bradford’s favour giving us a comfortable 12 – 0 win. Well done Team. Goals went to Adam B (3); James R (3); Liam (2); Ryan K (2) Connor P (1) Lewis B (1). MVP went to James Royds.

It’s great to see an U18 team once again at Bradford, it is quite a small team, but backed by some talented U16s giving us the strength needed. Good Luck guys and gals – woof woof !!!!

Bradford Bulldogs players rewarded with national call

The Bradford Bulldogs junior ice hockey team have been celebrating after a record number of their players were selected to play for national teams.

Nine have made the grade for England age group and the Great Britain under-16 ladies squad.

The success is particularly impressive as the Bradford club have only about 50 registered players, giving testament to the standard of coaching and the ability of the youngsters involved.

Those selected by England and GB are proud to have been rewarded for their hard work and dedication.

The Bulldogs players selected for England and Great Britain

The Bulldogs players selected for England and Great Britain

 

The Bulldogs players chosen are as follows –

England under-13: Kieran Brown and Jacob Lutwyche (both aged 12); under-14: Jack Haywood (13) and Kieran Brown (12), who has also been selected to play up a year, which is very rare; under-15: Ryan Kemp, Max Broadhurst, Lewis Baldwin and Adam Barnes (all 14); GB ladies under-16: Hannah Gibson and Abigail Culshaw.