Bradford Bulls coach resigns

Bradford Bulls have confirmed that Leigh Beattie has resigned from his role as Reserves & Academy Head Coach.

Leigh has performed a number of roles at the club, most recently coaching the next generation of stars from the club’s Academy.

Leigh Beattie said:

“I would like to thank the Academy staff, players, parents and supporters for all their help over the years and wish the club the best for the future.

Bulls CEO Jason Hirst said:

“The Bradford Bulls would like to place on record their sincere gratitude to Leigh for his longevity of service and all his endeavours during that time in the numerous roles he’s held at the club. We wish him every future career success.”

This comes as the club continue to look for a new head coach following the departure of Mark Dunning who has since taken up a role with the Midlands Hurricanes.

Bradford are interviewing a number of candidates but currently have Lee Greenwood and Brian Noble overseeing matters at the club.

Who they will appoint remains unclear at this moment but with Beatie also leaving it is clear that the club is undergoing plenty of change.