MARK Seal's Bradford Bulls Women produced a dominant display to see off Warrington Wolves for their first Super League win of the season.

The experienced Sarah Dunn - who has impressed in 2021 - took a short pass from Cara Cookland and raced home from 80 metres for the game's opening score.

Dunn turned provider soon after, as a lovely move saw her put Jess Harrap through a gap to score near the posts.

Michelle Davis reduced the arrears for the home side but Seal's charges ended the half the stronger.

On debut, Cookland crashed on to a short pass from captain Grace Ramsden to score from close range.

Ramsden then combined with her vice-captain Stacey Greenwood, who dropped the shoulder and darted through a gap in the Warrington defence to touch down.

The first half scoring didn't end there with the rampant Bulls extending their lead - Harrap going over for her second try of the afternoon.

Things got even better for Seal's side as Ramsden got in on the act herself, with a scurrying effort from dummy half to cap off her player of the match performance.

The official Rugby League World Cup Twitter account has been naming their team of the week from around the world, and Ramsden even made it into that, a phenomenal achievement.

But even her efforts couldn't prevent the home side scoring three unanswered tries to set up a nervy finale.

But Alice Fisher's first try in Bradford colours took the Bulls to 40 before a late consolation score.