All junior training has been cancelled for the next 4 week and will be reviewed at the end of the November
Dragons fall to narrow first defeat of the season
Bradford Dragons succumbed to a frustrating 84-81 defeat at the hands of long-time Division One rivals Derby Trailblazers in the Dragons final group game of the L Lynch Trophy on Saturday afternoon.
The Dragons returned to competitive action for the first time in almost a month after various postponements due to COVID. Hoping to stay perfect in group play and secure qualification for the knockout stages, Dragons faced off against a Trailblazers side that was also unbeaten after a 110-81 victory over Newcastle last weekend.
Perhaps somewhat bizarrely, Dragons were the designated home team for the game, played at the home of the Nottingham Wildcats (the temporary home of the Derby Trailblazers). :: READ MORE ::
Dragons edge Myerscough in hard-fought L Lynch Trophy victory
Bradford Dragons made it two wins from two to start the season, in a low scoring 74-71 win over Division Two side Myerscough Academy.
The Dragons hold a commanding position in Group Four heading into next weekend’s final group game against fellow Division One rivals Derby Trailblazers. With the top two from each group advancing to the quarterfinals, Dragons will look to secure a third straight win on their way to the next stage.
Back to today’s action, in a less than vintage Dragons performance, Chris Mellor’s team showed all of their experience down the stretch as they ground out a clutch victory in the Myerscough bubble. . :: READ MORE ::
Dragons 2020/2021 Season – Here’s Everything Dragons Fans Need to Know
If you’ve been checking out our social media channels over the last week, you will have seen the announcements of some very familiar faces returning to the Dragons roster for the new season. If not, don’t worry, here is everything you missed
To stay up to date with all future Dragons roster announcements and news throughout the season, make sure to follow all the Dragons social media channels.
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