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Salford Red Devils Ladies celebrated their first league victory of the season on Sunday.

After a three match spell of being tested by stronger Super League opponents, the Reds stormed past Bradford Bulls Ladies at the Salford Stadium on April 14.

The Red Devils found their stride against the Bulls and scored 44 points past the Bulls, whilst the Bulls scored a pitiful four points.

Through the whole 80 minutes, Salford showed class and style, with a significant improvement scene by the spectators and coaches.

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Even though the team did not jell straight away and many players were committing to the attack as individuals, they came together and applied their training ground tac tics and they were successful in their use.

During the games eight tries were scored by the Reds.

The try scorers were; Alex Simpson with two, Michelle Davis, Marnie-Lee Kelly, Jen Myler with two, Summer Harris and Sam Evans.

Demi Jones slotted over six of the conversions to push Salford’s lead even further away from Bradford’s reach.

Summer Harris scored a remarkable try by surging 65 meters to the try line from a tap penalty. She darted past the full back and finished off the first try of the game.

This try truly set the bench mark for every other player on the pitch to be at the same level as Harris.

From Bradford’s poor attempts at tackling, the Red Devils had many line breaks that turned quickly into tries, much like Michelle Davis’ try.

The Salford fullback scored by creating long range breaks and finding gaps in the Bulls defence.

Salford Red Devils passion for the game is commendable, as they managed to put behind them the last couple of tricky games and came into this one with a completely different mindset and were outstanding.

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