Bramley Buffaloes take on the high flying West Hull Lions this Sunday at The Arthur Miller Stadium. Please note that this game will kick off at 3.00pm at the request of our visitors. The team from West Hull, the club that launched the celebrated career of former Buffaloes Coach Paul Cook have had a storming start to the season rattling up we a massive 96 points in two victories against Kippax Lions and York Acorn respectively, to lead the table with a 100% success rate.
“This will be a stern test for the Buffaloes” said Head Coach Steve Gill, “but the final score against Kippax last week  did not reflect the balance of play with Bramley dominating the second half ” he commented. “ They don’t come tougher than West Hull, one of the strongest amateur clubs in the country, but our attacking football in our first two games has been exciting  to watch and if we can maintain that level for the full 80 minutes, cutting out some defensive errors, Bramley are going to make people sit up and take notice” he added.
With Bramley being represented at Headingley, along with Leeds Rhinos and Hunslet Hawks in an ex-players get together the previous day Bramley Chair Martyn Cheney issued an invitation to Rhinos fans to come along to take a look at the Buffaloes. “Our last home game clashed with a Rhinos Super League game, but as we are playing on a Sunday afternoon this time there is no clash, so any Rhinos fans coming along will be most welcome” he said , also adding “with the kick-off time being put back to 3pm there is extra time to let that that Sunday dinner digest, or to savour that pint in the Stanningley clubhouse”.
Entry is just £3 (£1.50 for concessions) with under 16’s getting in free.