Karl Pryce

Karl Pryce would be willing to drop out of Super League to find a new team
Thursday 31st January 22:58

Former Bradford Bulls, London Broncos and Wigan Warriors three-quarter Karl Pryce would be willing to play in the Championship to secure a new club.

Pryce targeting play-offs
Friday 20th July 12:02

Karl Pryce believes the Bradford Bulls can still make the play-offs even after they are deducted points for entering administration.

Pryce eyes Bulls stay
Monday 14th May 14:32

Bradford Bulls winger Karl Pryce is hoping to win a contract extension with the Stobart Super League club.

Pryce answers Jamaica call
Thursday 22nd September 09:37

Ryan McGoldrick and Karl Pryce are in the United States and Jamaica squads for World Cup qualifiers.

Bulls power past Quins
Saturday 4th June 17:46

Eighteen points from Patrick Ah Van helped Bradford Bulls chalk up a 30-16 success at struggling Harlequins.

Pryce is right for Wigan
Tuesday 23rd November 17:05

Winger Karl Pryce has agreed a new one-year deal with Wigan, but Australian full-back Cameron Phelps has left the club.

Crusaders pay heavy Pryce
Saturday 22nd May 20:23

Karl Pryce scored four tries as engage Super League leaders Wigan Warriors claimed a 46-26 win over the Crusaders in Wrexham.

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