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Bradford Bulls Women

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Bradford Thunderbirds Rugby League Football Club
Club information
Current details
CoachKirsty Moroney
Beth Sutcliffe
CompetitionWomen's Super League

The Bradford Bulls Women are an English professional women's rugby league team based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Formed in 1999 as an autonomous club, Dudley Hill Thunderbirds, the team was also known as Bradford Thunderbirds and Bradford Clayton Thunderbirds. As the Thunderbirds the club played in the Women's Rugby League Conference and later the Women's Rugby League.[1]

In 2016 the club became the first women's team to link up with a professional team in the men's game when they joined with Bradford Bulls and changed their name to Bradford Bulls Women.[2]

The team joined the inaugural season of the Women's Super League in 2017 and won the title beating Featherstone Rovers Ladies 36–6 in the Grand Final at the Manchester Regional Arena.[3] This win completed a league and cup double for the team as earlier in the season they had won the Women's Challenge Cup beating Featherstone Ladies 50–16.[4]

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Winners (1): 2017


  • Women's Challenge Cup
Winners (1): 2017


  1. ^ Ben Turner (30 May 2013). "Thunderbirds ready to take on the world". Telegraph & Argus. Retrieved 15 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Club of the Week: Bradford Bulls Women". Rugby Football League. 11 April 2016. Retrieved 14 August 2018.
  3. ^ "Bradford Bulls become first-ever Women's Super League champions". Rugby Football League. 8 October 2017. Retrieved 14 August 2018.
  4. ^ Bill Marshall (30 July 2017). "Bradford Bulls women win Challenge Cup". Telegraph & Argus. Retrieved 14 August 2018.
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