SKIPPER Kirsty Moroney aims to round off an “absolutely outstanding” year for the Bulls with victory in the inaugural Women’s Super League Grand Final tomorrow.

The Bulls will start hot favourites at the Manchester Regional Arena against Featherstone in a repeat of July’s Challenge Cup final.

They reversed an early deficit to win that clash 50-16 at Heworth and thrashed Rovers 72-10 at Odsal 12 days ago. Bulls ran in 13 tries in that game including a hat-trick for England star Lois Forsell.

But captain Moroney insists there will be no complacency among Mark Prescott’s side.

She said: “That will be forgotten. They are a good side.

“We know they are good all across the park. If they stay composed, they are going to give us a game.

“It will be tough and the previous results don’t matter.

“But saying that, take nothing away from our girls. We’ve been absolutely outstanding this season.”

While the men’s team failed to beat the drop from the Championship, the club’s female players have excelled with a 100 per cent record.

The Bulls clinched their place in the first ever Grand Final for the women’s game by finishing in top spot.

Featherstone got there in the most dramatic fashion possible with a golden-point win over Thatto Heath-St Helens in the semi-finals, England captain Andrea Dobson landing the crucial kick to settle sudden death.

Moroney and fellow international Natalie Harrowell of Featherstone met head-to-head at Old Trafford earlier in the week as the women shared the spotlight with their male counterparts.

The Bulls are expecting plenty of backing from West Yorkshire for the midday showdown.

Moroney added: “The support from the club has been unbelievable. We had four or five coaches full of die-hard Bulls fans who came to our cup final, which was brilliant.

“The profile has risen, certainly in Bradford, over the last 12 months.”

The Manchester Regional Arena is located in Rowsley Street. Admission is £5 for adults and £3 concessions.