Bramley Buffaloes Community Rugby League Club is on the look out for experienced and talented RL players to join the club’s bid for success in
the RFL Conference, the fourth tier of the summer game in the UK.
The club, formed by supporters in 2004 after the original Bramley went out of existence in 1999, has consistently achieved success at this level having
appeared in five consecutive Grand Finals up until 2009, winning two.
Backed by one of the largest support bases outside of the Co-operative Championship (the game’s second tier), the club is run by a talented and
committed team of volunteers and the coaching set up is headed by Peter Roe, one of the best known coaches in Rugby League with a very successful track record.
Many Buffaloes players have gone on to join professional clubs. Although no payment is made for appearances, the club offers an attractive package of
benefits and a strong social side from its base at Stanningley’s impressive Arthur Miller Stadium.
For more details ring Peter Roe on 07912 860647