GRACE Ramsden was the big winner at Bradford Bulls Women's Annual Awards Evening, with a double success capping off her excellent debut season for the club.

Ramsden scooped the Forward of the Year prize, as well as picking up the coveted Fans' Player of the Year.

She was part of a team that finished sixth in the Women's Super League, just missing out on a play-off place.

In Kirsty Moroney and Beth Sutcliffe's first year in charge at the club, there were plenty of encouraging displays against the top four, leaving a platform to build on for the youthful side heading into 2020.

A key player in Bulls' solid season was Savannah Andrade.

She converted to centre and scored six tries overall, with her efforts earning the respect of her peers, and the Players' Player of the Year Award.

Meanwhile, Ramsden was not the only debutant to have success on the night. Sarah Dunn was voted Back of the Year, while Olivia Wood was the Coach's Player of the Year.

Millie Taylor, another new signing for 2019, earned the Young Player of the Year prize, while Amy Hardcastle was voted Woman of Steel for her tenacious displays in the second row.

As a result of her efforts this season, Hardcastle was named in the England Women's squad for Autumn's Sydney Nines tournament and the history-making Papa New Guinea tour, which goes ahead this weekend.

Hardcastle, who was also part of England's Rugby League World Cup team in 2017, plundered 16 tries for Bulls during the 2019 season, while also featuring for the winning Yorkshire team in the Women's Origin series.

She was joined in that by Bulls teammate Andrade, with both scoring crucial tries in Yorkshire's 27-20 win over Lancashire, the second and deciding game of the series.