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Ian Sibbit Sibbit appeared in two of the four pre-season games. He played against Halifax and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Ian Sibbit Ian featured in Round 1 and 2 against Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors. His next game would be in Round 4 (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) the in Round 5 (Huddersfield Giants). Sibbit then appeared in Round 9 (Hull F.C.). Ian featured in three consecutive games from Round 12 (Catalans Dragons) to Round 14 (Hull Kingston Rovers). He appeared in another three consecutive game between Round 17 (St. Helens) and Round 19 (Leeds Rhinos). Sibbit then featured in Round 24 (Hull Kingston Rovers) until Round 26 (Crusaders). He also featured in the Challenge Cup games against Halifax and Wigan Warriors. He scored a try against Halifax.
Ian Sibbit Sibbit featured in three of the four pre-season friendlies. He played against Castleford Tigers, Dewsbury Rams and Hull F.C..
Ian Sibbit Ian featured in two consecutive games from Round 1 (Catalans Dragons) to Round 2 (Castleford Tigers). He missed Rounds 3-15 and Round 4-5 in the Challenge Cup due to an injury. He featured in two consecutive games from Round 16 (Castleford Tigers) to Round 17 (St. Helens). He was injured for Rounds 18-27. Sibbit announced his retirement from the game on 5 September 2012.
Ian Sibbit Ian Sibbit (born 15 October 1980) is a former rugby league footballer who played as a second row.
Ian Sibbit Sibbit signed for Salford in 2004 from the Warrington Wolves having also played for Melbourne Storm. He also went on to play for Bradford Bulls.
Ian Sibbit He signed a two-year deal with the Bradford Bulls for 2011's Super League XVI. He is not seen as a direct replacement for Steve Menzies but is seen as a back-up player. Statistics do NOT include pre-season friendlies.
2013 Bradford Bulls season On loan prop Ben Evans had to have surgery on his shoulder and he was out for four months. Also former player Ian Sibbit returned to be a part of coach Francis Cummins's backroom staff. Bradford's first pre-season game saw them beat local team Dewsbury Rams 48-6; Elliott Whitehead was the star of the game, scoring 4 tries. Heath L'Estrange, Matty Blythe, Matt Diskin and Manase Manuokafoa also scored tries whilst Jamie Foster enjoyed a good performance with the boot kicking all 8 goals. The week after businesswoman of the year Kate Hardcastle joined the Bulls in a non-executive role. In their final pre-season game the Bulls drew 24-24 with Leeds Rhinos for Danny McGuire's testimonial, Jarrod Sammut and Brett Kearney both scored 2 tries each and Jamie Foster kicked 4 goals. Bradford also showed off their new purple, white and green away kit for 2013.
2011 Bradford Bulls season The Bulls finally announced a replacement for Nero in the form of Chev Walker from Hull Kingston Rovers. To boost the wings he also brought in Wigan Warriors youngster Shaun Ainscough and New Zealand Warriors young winger Patrick Ah Van. With the Bulls lacking that extra push in the forwards last season, the signings of Bryn Hargreaves from St Helens R.F.C. and Olivier Elima from Catalans Dragons will provide that. Another problem with the Bulls last season is that the squad did not really have any experience and the depth so they have signed experienced second rower Ian Sibbit from Salford City Reds, Sibbit will be in his 13th season, with six of them spent at Salford.
2012 Bradford Bulls season It was announced that Omar Khan and MP Gerry Sutcliffe would become new owners of the Bulls after paying £150,000 to secure the ownership. Not long after the Bulls went to suffer a massive 70–6 loss to Hull F.C. with only Jason Crookes scoring a try for Bradford whilst Luke Gale kicked the goal. Ben Jeffries announced that he would be returning to Australia at the end of the season to become a miner and play part-time with the Kurri Kurri Bulldogs. In addition to Jeffries leaving, former Salford player Ian Sibbit announces that he will retire at the end of the year. Second Rower Olivier Elima also announced he would leave at the end of the season to join former club Catalans Dragons on a 2-year deal, this came as no surprise as Elima had already stated he wanted to go home so his kid could go to a French school. A minor departure was Craig Kopczak, he refused to have his contract transferred over to Omar Khan's Bulls so it was automatically terminated, he looks set to sign for Huddersfield Giants. The Bulls wrap up their weekly rounds with a 50–26 loss to Catalans Dragons, the loss means that they are 1 point behind 8th placed Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and this makes it the 4th year in a row that the Bulls have failed to make the playoffs.