BRADFORD City Girls U14s have completed the most successful season in their history, going unbeaten to a league and cup double.

While the men's team stuttered this year, the youngsters showed them how to do it - and in style too.

The Bantams Girls won 15 out of their 16 games on their way to being crowned as league champions.

Remarkably, this was their first season playing 11-a-side as well.

The 'Invincibles' would be a more apt term for the U14s, as that missing win ended in a draw, meaning the girls were unconquerable.

City had already picked up the U14s Cup earlier in the season.

This is the first time the club has achieved the double in its history.

Such success has been achieved by bringing in a new management team.

Casey O'Reilly, who previously had successful spells at Huddersfield and Ossett Town, was brought in as manager at the start of the season.

He was partnered with Matt Appleyard who has been alongside O'Reilly throughout his coaching career.

The duo made some big changes in an attempt to steer the ship towards glory, when coming into the club.

One such adjustment was to install Mollie Wilkinson as captain.

Jolie Fisher was appointed as her vice.

All-in-all, the squad and coaches combined together to create an unforgettable season.