THERE was double delight for Elliot Minchella at tonight's Bradford Bulls' player of the year awards.

The stand-off was named the club's players' player of the year and coaches player of the year.

The influential ace, 23, enjoyed a great season in the Betfred Championship, particularly with his boot, proving key with his conversions.

Meanwhile, Jake Webster was named Hitman of the year

The 35-year-old Australian proved a key part of John Kear's squad during the 2019 season.

Webster notched 11 tries in 25 appearances in his first season with the Bulls and was one of 12 scorers as they thrashed bottom club Rochdale 82-0 in the final game.

Matty Storton, from Keighley, was crowned Bulls' young player of the year.

The teenage second-rower was a revelation this season for Bulls, making 22 appearances this season.

Ethan Ryan, who has now left the club to join Hull KR, was named fans' player of the year.

Bradford-born Ryan, who came through the club's academy system, scored his 89th try on his 100th career appearance in the final-day demolition of relegated Rochdale last weekend.

Jordan Lilley, who joined the Bulls permanently from Leeds Rhinos earlier in the campaign, won the Bradford Telegraph & Argus award.

The prizes were given out at the club's awards ceremony, which was held at Odsal Stadium. The event also included a welcome from Kear himself.