Bulls Again!The Wolves have drawn Bradford Bulls in the semi-finals of the Silk Cut Challenge Cup, for the second year in a row.Last season, at Headingley, saw the Bulls get the better of the Wolves with the final score being 44-20. Although the Wolves became the first side to defeat Bradford last season, when they overturned a 30-12 half-time deficit to win 42-32 and end the Yorkshiremen's 15-match unbeaten run the Bulls are still odds on for the trophy. This year the game is likely to be played at a slightly more neutral territory with the McAlpine stadium in Huddersfield being favourite for the 1st April clash.Coach Darryl Van de Velde said, "It is a difficult draw. Bradford will be a tough one but we are looking forward to it.""We did well against them last year, we were probably in the game for 60 minutes.""It will be very hard, but if we want to win it we have got to beat these teams." Bulls coach Brian Noble stated, "Obviously at this stage of the competition, any side is dangerous and none more so than Warrington.""A lot of people say it's the easiest draw but we have to prepare well because it could the most dangerous. They haven't reached the semi-finals through being a bad side."
11, Mar, 2001