St Hilaire Joins Bulls Coaching Staff


engage Super League and Carnegie World Club Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today announced the appointment of Lee  St Hilaire as Assistant Coach.

St Hilaire who was Assistant Coach at Huddersfield before joining Wakefield Trinity earlier this season, will start work at the Grattan Stadium immediately following his decision to leave Belle Vue earlier this week with Tony Smith.

Bulls Coach Steve McNamara is delighted to have St Hilaire on board:

"I am delighted Lee has been able to join us immediately.  He was always my main priority for the job and to be able to get him now is a big boost for the club at this stage of the season.  Lee has a tremendous work ethic and is a high quality Coach who will fit in well with what we are trying to achieve at the club."

Lee St Hilaire feels that at this stage of his career a move to the Grattan Stadium is right for him:

"I am very happy to be given this opportunity. I am a great believer in that if you work hard you will get you rewards and I like to think I have worked very hard at my last two clubs.  I have known Steve McNamara for a long time and jumped at the chance to work with him and test my Coaching ability with International quality players.  I am sorry things didn't work out at Wakefield but I am thankful for the opportunity they gave me and I wish them every success."