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U15: Coventry 3 – Bradford 10

On Sunday, the Bradford Bulldogs under 15’s travelled to Coventry with a longer bench of four lines, some of which were new additions to the team. What some would’ve thought to be a confident victory for the Bulldogs, soon became tough; Coventry gained an early first goal within the first five minutes of the first period. Jacob Lutwyche’s timely punctuality wasn’t just limited to arriving on time, but to taking actions at the right times, as he quickly led the Bulldogs to take back control and brought the game to 3-1 taking the upper hand. This forced pressure onto Coventry, who continues to show determination and scored seconds later. Bradford then speeded up the game and the puck was fired, bringing the first period score to 4-2.

With neither teams scoring, the second period was an even affair with some great defence and saves from both teams. Although, Coventry showed some penalty trouble during this period.

The final period saw Bradford take three more quick firing shots, securing the lead and made the score 7-2 to the Bulldogs. A goal from Coventry soon followed, but Bradford continued to take the lead, closing the game 10-3. This was a well deserved victory, allowing the Bulldogs to bring the points home. Most valuable player award went to Jacob Lutwyche, which was well deserved.

U13 Home: Bradford 6 – Nottingham 1

Fast paced game driven by high tempo rushes, good defensive play and mid
ice turnovers generating lots of opportunities for both teams. Bradford
broke open scoring early in the first period with 2 quick goals and two
back to back goals in the second on two man breakaways. Third period action
was fierce as both sides could not beat the goalies until the last 4 mins
of play when Bradford scored back to back goals. A great game where both
teams fought hard for every second of ice time and shot on net. Best
display of team play to date with 4 of the goals the result of smart
passing in front of the net that left the net minder little chance to stop
the relentless Bulldog attack. MVP Daniel Justovics.

Young Achievers Award

Young Achievers



Congratulations to the the Bulldogs yet again on netting the Young Club/Team Award in this year’s Bradford Sports Awards hosted by the Telegraph and Argus.

‘Everyone works so hard at the Club, so to get an award and some recognition is fantastic!’ said head coach Andy Brown!

U13 Away: Manchester 0 – Bradford 28

Bradford Bulldogs U13s played their first away game against Manchester in
their new identity as the Trafford Tornadoes on 03/10.  The Bulldogs opened
the scoring after just 13 seconds and went two up just over a minute later
in what was to prove a long afternoon for Trafford.  From the start,
Bradford dominated their opponents and led 8-0 after the first period and
17-0 after the second with the final score being 28-0.  The Bulldogs
completely overwhelmed the home side with some remarkable hockey skills
demonstrated by all members of the team.  They also managed to keep a clean
sheet with penalties, not receiving a single one throughout the entire
Trafford, to their credit, did not let the score deter them at any point
and continued to try hard right to the end.  They also kept their
discipline, unlike some other teams who have been on the receiving end of
similar scores against Bradford in the past and as a result took very few
penalties in what was an exceptionally clean match.
Bradford quite frankly played some awesome hockey and the passing, skill
and determination shown by all the lines was  great to see.  Although
defeated, Trafford can be very proud in the way they handled themselves in
what must have been a difficult game for the home side.  It’s fair to say
both teams were a credit to their respective clubs on the day.

U18 Away: Manchester 3 – Bradford 3

The U18 Bulldogs had their first away game on 12th September away at Altrincham to the newly formed Trafford Tornados.

The game opened with a goal from the Bulldogs at 0:07 from Abbie Culshaw, assisted by Josh Richardson, closely followed by a second one which unfortunately was disallowed. The Tornados finally found the back of the net with an opening goal from Alfie Glenn. At 10:06 the Tornados scored again taking the lead. Closely followed by an equaling score from the Bullodogs number 19 Josh Richardson, assisted by Ryan Kemp. At 23:24 Corey Stones scored the third goal for the Bulldogs, and this was followed by a Tornados goal at 27:04. The third period was hard fought from both sides, but goal less by both teams and a complete clean sheet for penalties for the Bulldogs throughout the game. Final score 3 all. MVP went to Abbie Culshaw. This was a decent score for the Bulldogs who had a relatively short bench, against the four lines of Trafford.