Here it finally is ... Bradford's Team of the Century.

After months of voting and debating from you the fans, we can today unveil the players deemed the club's finest XIII over the last 100 years.

There's some big names missing - Jamie Peacock, Brian Noble (who is included as coach), Paul Newlove, Jimmy Thompson and Frank Whitcombe to name a few - but that re-enforces the quality on show.

It's been a tough selection but these are the stars you have picked for the all-time fictional line-up.

After more than two decades' amazing service, Keith Mumby was always destined to be full back and the legendary Welshman Trevor Foster was just as certain to take one of the second-row berths.

Elsewhere, current favourite Shontayne Hape lines up in the centre with war-time hero Ernest Ward, while the front-row has a contemporary feel with Jimmy Lowes, Joe Vagana and - proving there's no hard feelings following that Wigan move - Stuart Fielden.

Robbie Paul, who gets the nod at stand-off, admits it is a huge buzz to have gained selection.

"What an honour," he said.

"To be alongside so many great names from both past and present is just so humbling and if you put them all in during their prime, what an awesome prospect.

"There's a few of the older ones still kicking pretty well now. Just look at Jimmy Lowes!"

The Kiwi ace won plenty of votes in his more familiar No7 position only to be pipped by current skipper Paul Deacon. "I don't care about that, as long as I'm in there somewhere!" Paul laughed.

"People forget I actually signed for Bradford as a stand-off before moving to half, full-back and even hooker. If there'd been 17 I could have seen myself more on the bench.

"I'm delighted to have been picked though and am looking forward to Sunday night."

Hard-man Karl Fairbank packs down next to Foster and he said: "I obviously knew Trevor and he was such a great ambassador for Bradford.

"I never saw him play but I heard he was a great forward, while that pack looks pretty similar to the one I played in with Brendan Hill, Nobby, David Hobbs and Johnny Hamer - big, rough, tough guys!"

Formidable try-scorer Lesley Vainikolo saw off competition from the likes of Tevita Vaikona to secure his place on the left wing and, like Paul, Fielden, Lowes and co, he will be back to accept his commemorative cap at half-time on Sunday night.

"To make it into this Bradford Century side is another massive milestone for me and it means such a lot," he said. "I know the club has had some tremendous wingers back in the 40s, 50s and 60s not to mention TV' so it's a real honour."

Bradford Team of the Century: 1 Keith Mumby, 2 Jack McLean, 3 Ernest Ward, 4 Shontayne Hape, 5 Lesley Vainikolo, 6 Robbie Paul, 7 Paul Deacon, 8 Stuart Fielden, 9 Jimmy Lowes, 10 Joe Vagana, 11 Trevor Foster, 12 Karl Fairbank, 13 Ken Traill; Coach: Brian Noble, Kit man: Fred Robinson.