THE Bulls Women are motoring up the Super League 2 table, producing their best display yet on Sunday.

They demolished Castleford 52-0, making it three wins in a row, moving themselves up to third in the seven-team table, behind leaders Warrington and second-placed Featherstone on points difference only.

Taking centre stage at Odsal, with the men's team playing Sheffield in South Yorkshire on the same day, the ladies found themselves 26-0 up at the break.

And they did exactly the same in the second half, racking up another 26 unanswered points to claim a huge win.

Ebony Haley and Amy Boardman racked up two tries apiece, while Cara Cookland, Hannah Donald, Millie Bell, Bailey Alexander, Ellena Powell and Beth McMillan all crossed the whitewash too.

Emily Heaps kicked five goals for the Bulls too.

Their next Women's Super League game promises to be a tough test though, as they host leaders Warrington, who have scored 166 points and conceded just six from their three games so far.