PHOENIX are aiming to sign off the season in style by winning the West Riding County Women's League Supplementary Cup final tomorrow night.

The Bradford side take on fellow Division Two outfit Leeds United Development in the showpiece at County FA headquarters in Woodlesford (7.45pm).

The final was postponed until after Ramadan, with the majority of the Phoenix team having been fasting during their semi-final win over Republica last month.

That saw them win 4-1 - despite their Leeds opponents being a division higher - and they will be aiming to overturn the form guide again as United Development finished 14 points above them.

Meanwhile, Leeds' under-18s drew their last game 3-3 with Bradford City on their way to clinching a league and cup double.

The Bantams had been leading the Yorkshire Girls Under-18 League, but Leeds won their games in hand to secure the title by five points.

City's under-16s were also runners-up in West Riding Girls' League Division One, but there was better news for their counterparts in younger age groups.

The Bantams' under-15s wrapped up an impressive season by beating Horsforth St Margaret's 4-1 in the League Cup final at Tingley and becoming Division One champions, after only once dropping points, at runners-up North East Leeds.

The under-14s also chalked up a league and cup double, with City under-13s winning 14 of their 16 games on their way to the Division One title.