Bradford Women’s coaches resign

Bradford Bulls have confirmed both the women’s co Head Coaches Kirsty Moroney and Beth Sutcliffe have left the team.

Both were part of the Bulls side that completed an unbeaten season in 2017, which saw Bradford win the treble. They had been joint Head Coaches since the 2018 season.

The club foundation released a statement, saying that a vacancy has arisen for the position of an experienced head coach for the Bulls women.

According to the statement; both coaches have left with immediate effect, citing personal reasons.

Without a solid coaching team, it will fall upon the team’s captain Amy Hardcastle, to motivate and inspire the players to continue with their home training.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the foundation will not be able to do a full recruitment stage at the moment.

However, they are inviting candidates to express their interest via CV and cover letter to the Head of the Bulls foundation Paul Mitchell.

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