AND then there were two.

Brandon Pickersgill and Joe Lumb beware – the "nudey run" is beckoning.

With four games to go, the Bulls duo are the only players in the current squad yet to score a try.

And failure means the traditional naked sprint around the Odsal pitch at the end of the season.

Mikolaj Oledzki can laugh about it now after removing his own head of the block with a first score against Swinton.

"It's always a good thing to tick off the list," said the on-loan Leeds forward.

"I left it a bit late to be honest but I'm happy to get my first points on the board.

"I've played 16 games for Bradford so it was good to finally break the chain.

"I think the two who haven't scored are getting a bit tense now!"

The tension around Odsal has been eased with the Bulls' relegation fate long settled.

Back-to-back wins have at least put overdue smiles on faces and Oledzki insists the team owe it to their fans to keep putting everything in to the closing weeks.

He added: "We just needed to get a couple of wins. It's a shame we left it so long but you can see the confidence boost it has given us.

"Everything starts to look better and we're playing some good rugby.

"It took us a bit longer to bond and know how to play together. But lately everything has been coming off and we're performing as a team, rather than trying to do things individually.

"The fans deserve it. We're not just doing it for ourselves, we want to give something back to them because they've been there all season supporting us.

"Even when we got 'nilled' or lost by a big score, they still turned up the following week.

"It will be good to get a few wins on the board so they can have something to enjoy."

Oledzki sees no reason why the Odsal faithful should not be celebrating again on Monday afternoon as the Bulls look to make it a hat-trick of wins in the Championship Shield when they take on Batley.

"We've got two wins on the bounce now so hopefully the fans will turn up in big numbers. It would be nice to make it three in a row and hopefully, now the momentum has started, I can get another try."