REGARDLESS of whether the Bulls make the play-offs, it has been another season of progress on the field.

John Kear's side have consolidated their status as a Championship club following promotion from League One.

And who can forget that memorable Challenge Cup run to the quarter-finals with a famous victory over the old enemy Leeds Rhinos.

The Bulls will be holding their annual presentation night on Friday, September 13 and we want your votes for the T&A player of the year award.

We have selected a shortlist for you to pick from who we believe have made a significant impact this season.

Of course, there are other contenders who have impressed but we have narrowed our selection down to the five candidates listed below:


The Bradford-born forward was named players' player and coaches' player of the year after signing for his home-town club last season.

And he has been a model of consistency again as he continues that fine form this year.

He once again showed his versatility, filling in at half-back when needed.


Who can forget that memorable long-range drop goal in golden-point extra-time to complete a stunning comeback against Featherstone in the Challenge Cup?

Lilley has been close to an ever-present fixture in the halves and his permanent move from neighbours Leeds Rhinos in May was a big boost for Bulls fans.


Having passed the 100-game mark for his home-town club, the Bulls captain continues to lead from the front.

The prop's experience and consistency has been a vital strength in Bradford's return to the second tier this season.


With 18 tries from 29 appearances so far, he is once again the Bulls top try scorer.

Last year's League One player of the year has once again thrilled fans with more trademark touchdowns in acrobatic style.

He has also shown his versatility, switching to full back from the wing when needed.


The veteran centre has shown he has not just come to the Bulls to wind down his career after becoming the club's marquee signing from Castleford.

The former NRL star proved he has plenty left in the tank at the age of 35.

To place your vote, choose one of the options in our on-line poll, email us at or write to us at Telegraph & Argus, Hall Ings, Bradford, BD11JR.

Voting will close at the end of Sunday, September 1.