OUR Bradford Bulls Women's side booked a place in the Coral Challenge Cup quarter-final with a 56-0 defeat of the RAF Women in Lincoln last weekend.

Amy Hardcastle continued her stunning start to 2019 with five tries in the second round win, with Stacey Greenwood and Savannah Andrade continuing to impress with a brace of tries each.

Bailey Alexander and Olivia Wood both crossed for their first scores in the red, amber and black in the 56-0 win, which sees Beth Sutcliffe and Kirsty Moroney's side two games away from the showpiece final – Millie Taylor also scoring in the win.

The quarter-final of the competition will take place on the weekend of June 22 and 23, before the semi-finals two weeks later.

Should the Women's side make it through to the final, there could be back-to-back Bradford representation at the University of Bolton Stadium on July 27.

The men's side, headed by John Kear, are one win away from a place at Bolton in the semi-finals, with the Women's Coral Challenge Cup final kicking off a triple-header of rugby league action.