BRADFORD Bulls Women are still yet to score a Super League point this season, as they slid to a 38-0 defeat at the hands of Wigan Warriors.

Despite a good start for a youthful Bulls side, they then spilled a high Wigan kick, allowing Rachel Thompson to put Vanessa Temple through for a score.

That opened the floodgates, and Victoria Molyneux, Mary Davies, Amy Boardman, Emily Stirzaker and Georgia Wilson all added scores before the break, as the Warriors went in with a 28-0 lead.

Despite being put under immense pressure, the Bradford defence fought hard to keep Wigan out in the second half, and that 28-0 scoreline remained intact until the 62nd minute.

But a couple of Bulls handling errors allowed Rebecca Greenfield to shoot through a gap and score, before Davies added her second in the final five minutes following a brilliant solo break.

That was Wigan's second win from two, as they sit third, while Bulls stay bottom, with this defeat adding to their 86-0 defeat to St Helens on the opening day.

Bradford will be underdogs ahead of their Challenge Cup clash with Leeds this Sunday, with the Rhinos having just thumped Featherstone Rovers 72-0 over the weekend.

But Bulls' next league game on May 16 might give them a good chance of their first victory.

They tackle Huddersfield Giants, who suffered a 90-0 defeat to St Helens over the weekend in their first game of the Super League season.