Leon Pryce reveals which star ‘will play Super League in the future’ after Bradford Bulls’ defeat to Leigh Centurions

Last night, Bradford Bulls went down 38-4 to Leigh Centurions in what was a second-half demolition job by the Lancashire side.

Bradford managed to hold Leigh to 8-4 at the break, but the Centurions scored 34 unanswered points to make it two wins from three games – with the defeat to Featherstone Rovers the only blemish on their copybook so far.

With Premier Sports once more taking the hot seat on Championship coverage, Leon Pryce and Kevin Brown were giving their usual pearls of wisdom alongside host Emma Jones – who looks the complete part in rugby league.

Speaking on last night’s teams, Pryce couldn’t help but wax lyrical about one particular star from the Bulls.

AJ Wallace was formerly of Leeds Rhinos but was let go at the end of the 2021 season due to limited chances and was subsequently snapped up by Bradford.

Since then, the forward has gone from strength to strength and Pryce has predicted a bright future for the young Bull.

“He will play Super League in the future,” Pryce said.

“I know him personally, he played with my son at Siddal ARLFC for two years.

“He left Leeds and you want people to do went well, you want to prove them wrong and I think he will.”

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