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Bespoke suits are often associated with professional city businessmen working in accountancy and the law.

One of the fastest growing areas for bespoke tailoring is in the world of bodybuilding an up an coming Athletes.

That is why we are incredibly proud to sponsor NABBA Athletes and the Bradford Bulls. http://ow.ly/i/lULOz
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Good luck to the Bradford Bulls in their game against Halifax today! Lets make it 2 from 2! #BULLieve #COYB
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"The service provided was second to none... a pleasure to deal with and I would highly recommend his services to anyone" > Daniel Ellis
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"The service provided was second to none, highly professional and courteous from start to finish. The material and style options ensured I got exactly the suit I wanted with the shoes and shirt to match. The suit arrived on time and fitted perfectly with no alterations required. Gareth was a pleasure to deal with and I would highly recommend his services to anyone."

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What’s a man without his crown jewels?!

At Crown to Cuff we only use the finest and that's why I chose to get my jewels from Carr Silver for my own wedding!
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If you missed it Friday night here are the most stylish (and most bonkers) team uniforms from the Olympics opening ceremony

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This week’s #MeetTheBulls player played over 200 Super League games for the Bradford Bulls RLFC and is still making his mark this year, even though he made his debut way back in 1999!
Today we’re having a look at the career of Andy Lynch!
Born: 20 October 1979 (age 36)
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Height: 1.88 m (6ft 2in)
Weight: 102 kg (16st 1lb)
Lynch played for the Bulls between 2005 and 2011 making over 200 appearances for our great club. Prior to playing for the Bulls, Lynch played for Castleford. After his spell at the Bulls he played for Hull FC before returning to Castleford, who he still plays for today. During a great career he has also played for England and Great Britain on the international stage.
It was way back in 1999 that Andy made his debut for the Tigers, this came in 19-14 defeat to the Warrington Wolves. His next appearance for the Tigers was a Challenge Cup semi-final against London. Unfortunately, Lynch and the Tigers were beaten 33-27 on the day and didn’t book their place at Wembley. After these early appearances in the season, Lynch would actually have to wait until round 11 for his next game and with it came his first victory in a Tigers shirt, after beating Hull 30-2. Lynch would make a further 7 appearances for the Tigers in the ‘99 campaign but didn’t score his first try for the club. The Tigers ended the year in 5th and therefore qualified for the playoffs. Although Lynch didn’t play in the clubs playoff games they had an incredible run which saw them beat Wigan and Leeds and actually be only 80 minutes from an Old Trafford appearance. Disappointingly the dream ended their though, as St Helens beat the Tigers 36-6.
The following season would see Lynch make his stamp on the first team as he made 21 appearances for the Tigers. During the campaign he also scored his first tries as a professional. His first came in a 20-14 victory over Halifax, with the other two coming against Huddersfield and Warrington respectively. Disappointingly the Tigers season wouldn’t be quite as successful as their 1999 campaign as they dropped out of the cup in the 5th round and lost in the first round of the playoffs to Leeds, despite finishing in 5th as they did in the previous season.
2001 would see the Tigers slide down the table to 8th at the end of the season and therefore they didn’t qualify for the playoffs. They also reached the same round in the Challenge Cup, after suffering a 5th round defeat to Leeds. Despite the disappointing season Lynch once again had a great year personally, making the prop forward position one of his own. Throughout the year he made a further 21 appearances, where he certainly showed his qualities as a Super League prop forward. Unfortunately he didn’t score during the season but he did play in victories over the likes of Leeds and St Helens.
2002 saw Lynch really make his mark with him becoming one of the Tigers first choice forwards, with him playing the majority of his games from the start. On the whole the season was an improvement for the Tigers but once again they were the nearly men, especially in the Challenge Cup. This is because they once again reached the semi-final only to be beaten by Wigan. Lynch played in all the Tigers cup games this year as they reached the semi-final but as stated he missed out on the illusive Wembley appearance. In the league the Tigers improved and ended the year in 6th, qualifying for the playoffs once again. In their opening game they faced Wigan and disappointingly the result would be the same as they suffered a defeat to the Warriors, who ended the Tigers season early. For Lynch personally this was a great year and he only missed two games for the Tigers and scored 2 tries, coming in victories over Warrington and Widnes.
2003 would be Lynch’s finest year in a Tigers shirt; personally, this was because again he didn’t miss many games and had his best return in terms of tries scored. It would only be personally though as the Tigers crashed out of the cup in the 4th round after a defeat to rivals Wakefield. The Tigers would also have to settle for 8th place and missed out on the playoffs. Nonetheless as said Lynch had a yet another solid year, especially in terms of try scoring. He ended the year with 7 tries, with them coming against St Helens, Leeds (2), Huddersfield, Widnes, Hull and Bradford. At the end of the year, Lynch made his international debut for England in the European Championship. He played in all 3 of England’s games as they won the tournament in comfortable fashion; in his 3 appearances he scored his first international try in the final against France.
2004 would be Lynch’s last as a Tiger (for the time being) as he joined the Bulls at the end of the year for the 2005 season. 2004 would prove to be an incredibly difficult year for the Tigers as they actually suffered relegation from the Super League for the first time. Nonetheless Lynch was a standout performer for the Tigers in what was a hugely disappointing year. This was proven by him being snapped up by the Bulls at the end of the year. Throughout the season Lynch made a further 27 appearances for the Tigers, with the majority being from the first whistle. In his 27 games he scored 3 tries against Salford, Wigan and Leeds. Once again at the end of the season Lynch would play for England in the European Championship, despite Castleford’s relegation which again shows his class. Again, Lynch played in all 3 of England’s games as they won the tournament although he didn’t score this time.
2005 would be Andy’s first year as a Bull and what it a year it turned out to be! Not only for Andy personally, who continued his development as a first class prop but for the club as a whole, as they created history by being the first team to win the title from outside the top two. Despite this it didn’t look like it would happen until the back end of the year, due to mixed form at the start of the season. Lynch himself would make 30 appearances in his first year as a Bull and scored 6 tries, which included a brace against St Helens. His other tries came against Hull FC, Widnes, Salford and Leeds. Despite the great end of the year for the Bulls as a club, Lynch would have been slightly disappointed because he suffered an injury in the opening round of the playoffs against London and therefore missed the Grand Final victory over Leeds.
The disappointment of missing out on the Grand Final victory would be put to one side at the start of the 2006 season though, as Lynch lined up against the West Tigers in the World Club Challenge. This would be his first taste of the competition and he didn’t look out of place as the Bulls produced a dominating performance and became world champions once again after a 30-10 victory! Lynch would prove his importance to the Bulls team by not missing a game during the season and starting every one of them in the front row. In his 32 appearances he scored 9 tries with his scores coming against Catalans (3), Wigan (2), Harlequins (2), Warrington and Salford. Unfortunately the Bulls couldn’t quite repeat the heroics of the ‘05 season as they ended the year in 4th and ended up falling just short 80 minutes from Old Trafford. Nonetheless it was a terrific season for Lynch personally as he ended the year as the Supporters' Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year, BISA Player of the Year and Best Forward of the Year for the Bulls.
The following season saw Lynch once again make 30 appearances for the Bulls, highlighting his importance to the Bulls challenge in both the league and cup. Unfortunately the Bulls would fall short on both fronts, reaching the semi-final of the Challenge Cup and falling out of the playoffs in the first round despite finishing 3rd. Lynch himself would keep up his decent try scoring record (especially for a forward) by ending the year with 6 tries, with them coming against Hull KR (2), Hull FC and Leeds (3). Lynch’s importance to the Bulls pack was showing more than ever now and he lead by example on all occasions, which is one of the reasons why he became such a fan favourite during his time at our club. During the season Lynch would make his return to the international stage, this time pulling on the Great Britain for the first time in a 42-14 victory over France. To date this is the last international appearance Lynch has made; in what is an incredible career.
In the 2008 campaign Lynch played in all but one of Bradford’s games as they looked to return to the summit of Super League one again. Disappointingly this wouldn’t be the case as the Bulls ended the year in 5th, which was something that they weren’t quite used to having normally finished in the top 3. The Bulls and Lynch also reached the Quarter Final of the Challenge Cup before being beaten by Hull FC. Meaning it was now 5 years since the club last made it to a Challenge Cup final. Nonetheless despite a disappointing campaign Lynch was once again a shining light, making a total of 29 appearances and scoring 5 tries against the likes of Hull FC, Warrington, Huddersfield, Harlequins and Wigan. His try against Wigan would come in the Bulls final game of the season as the Warriors once again beat the Bulls in the playoffs.
2009 was the first season Lynch suffered from any injuries with the Bulls but he was still able to make 25 appearances, in what again was a fairly frustrating season for the Bulls faithful. This was because for the first time in Super League history the Bulls didn’t qualify for the playoffs; ending the year in 9th, just one point short of the final play off place which the Catalan Dragons occupied. Their season didn’t get much better in the cup, having been knocked out in the 4th round. Despite all of these disappointments, Lynch once again stood out as one of the shining lights for the Bulls, continuing his fine displays in the front row. He ended the year with 5 tries in 25 appearances. His tries came against Castleford, Salford and the Crusaders (3).
2010 was to be Lynch’s penultimate season in a Bulls shirt and during this campaign he once again only missed two games and started every game in the front row. His importance to the team was shown by him being appointed club captain for the campaign. Unfortunately it would be another disappointing year for the Bulls as they missed out on the playoffs once again, ending the year in 10th. There would be some minor joy in the Challenge Cup though as they reached the quarter final, before falling out of the cup after a defeat to Warrington. Lynch himself scored 6 times during this campaign, with his tries coming against Warrington, Catalans (2), Hull KR, Wakefield and Wigan.
2011 would be Lynch’s last with the Bulls and it was also his joint best in terms of tries scored, despite this the Bulls once again finishing outside the playoffs in 10th place. The cup campaign was also a bit of a disappointment, with the Bulls only reaching the 5th round. On the whole Lynch continued his role as an important first team player making 29 appearances, all from the starting whistle. In his 29 games he scored 9 tries, coming against the Crusaders (2), Salford, Leeds, Warrington, Hull KR, Harlequins, St Helens and Hull FC. As stated this would be his final year with the Bulls. In his 7 years with the Bulls Lynch played in 203 games and scored 46 tries, whilst winning the title once and the World Club Challenge once.
At the end of the 2011 season Lynch joined Hull FC for a 6 figure fee and he was immediately appointed club captain, showing that he was highly thought of by his new club. In his first year Hull FC finished in 6th and qualified for the playoffs. As he did during his time with the Bulls, Lynch didn’t miss many games and he made a total of 30 appearances in his first year and scored 3 tries, with his first coming against Widnes. His next came against the Bulls and the last one against Huddersfield. Having finished 6th Lynch went into his first playoff campaign since 2008. Unfortunately it didn’t end in glory as they suffered a defeat to Warrington in the preliminary semi-final.
2013 saw Lynch finally make a Wembley appearance, having come close on a number of occasions. Despite this achievement he wouldn’t get the result he wanted as Hull suffered a 16-0 defeat to Wigan. Nonetheless he played in every round on the run up to the final and the final its self. In terms of the league it was more of the same for FC, as they finished in 6th again. As in the previous season they also reached the same stage in the playoffs before they suffered a defeat to Huddersfield. Lynch himself made a further 29 appearances but for the first time in a long time he didn’t get over the try line. This would be his last year with Hull before he re-joined Castleford when his contract ran out.
Lynch made his second debut for the Tigers against the Bulls in a 36-18 victory for his new club. The Tigers had a terrific season in 2014, finishing the year in 4th and reaching the Challenge Cup final for the first time in a number of years. This would be the second year in a row that Lynch would walk out at Wembley but again he wouldn’t get the result he deserved after they were beaten by Leeds 23-10. Lynch again proved his longevity by playing in the majority of the Tigers games; in his 31 games he scored the one try against his former club Bradford. Despite finishing 4th the Tigers had a miserable playoff campaign and suffered back to back defeats against St Helens and Warrington meaning their season ended early.
2015 would be another fairly successful campaign for the Tigers, although they didn’t quite reach the heights of the previous season. Nonetheless they ended the year in 5th just short of the final playoff place, after the Super 8’s. Lynch again played in the majority if the Tigers games this year but he didn’t manage to get over the try line, unfortunately.
Lynch is still playing a part in the Tigers quest for their first Super League title and they currently lie in 6th place after the opening round of the Super 8’s. Lynch himself has played in 12 games and scored one try in a victory over Leeds.
We wish Lynch the best of luck for the rest of the season and hope to see him back at Odsal one day! http://ow.ly/i/lWXe3 http://ow.ly/i/lWXea
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Good enough for the tailor... PERFECT for the groom!

You need to look your best on your big day so that's why we only use the finest fabrics around! I'm confident that they are that good, that I used Dugdale Bros for my own wedding!
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Good luck to the Bulls who are back in action today against Whitehaven! #COYB #BULLieve
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