Shaun Ainscough

Shaun Ainscough is quitting Bradford Bulls to play in Australia
Monday 29th October 11:42

Bradford winger Shaun Ainscough has confirmed he is leaving the Super League club in order to further his career in Australia.

New Bulls deal for Ainscough
Thursday 11th August 07:31

Shaun Ainscough has agreed a one-year extension to his Bradford Bulls contract with the option for a further year with the club.

Bulls v Rhinos: Teams
Friday 11th February 14:49

Bradford have a trio of ex-Leeds players making their club debuts in Sunday's Millennium Stadium showdown.

Bulls bring in Ainscough
Monday 30th August 09:29

Bradford have signed Wigan winger Shaun Ainscough on a one-year deal as they continue to overhaul their playing squad.

Ainscough hit with ban
Wednesday 19th May 16:02

Wigan winger Shaun Ainscough has been slapped with a three-match ban for fighting in a reserve match.

Wigan trio head to Widnes
Thursday 4th February 21:50

Wigan have agreed to loan three of their promising youngsters to Championship club Widnes.

Ainscough to miss run-in
Thursday 13th August 22:40

Wigan will be without Shaun Ainscough for the remainder of the season due to wrist damage.

Wigan chairman praises Noble
Sunday 3rd May 13:25

Wigan chairman Ian Lenagan has paid tribute to coach Brian Noble, but refused to offer any assurances about his future.

Noble - Room for improvement
Sunday 26th April 18:57

Brian Noble insists Shaun Ainscough is still "a work in progress", despite his four tries at Wakefield.

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