LEE Westwood certainly has plenty to be pleased about at the moment.

On Sunday, he watched his Warrington Wolves side extend their perfect record in Group Two of the Betfred Women’s Super League for this season with another dominant victory.

The Wire plundered 60 points past Bradford Bulls at Victoria Park, but what may please him most is what is happening at the other end.

They recorded yet another clean sheet – the fifth time in their six league games they have kept their opposition scoreless.

They have conceded just six points as well as healthily racking them up at the other end – 352 to be exact – to leave them firmly on course for promotion.

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“The girls have bought into what we’re trying to do at Warrington and the culture we’ve created,” Westwood said.

“We said at the start of the year that defensively, we had to be solid.

“The girls ran their blood to water in the first eight weeks of pre-season and were smashing into each other on the mats with tackle technique. They were wondering if we were ever going to do any attack!

“All that hard work they’ve done defensively has been showing in the games.

“Our attacking plays are coming together nicely and we’re scoring some great tries.

“It’s a credit to the girls for the work they’ve put in and we’re pretty pleased with where we’re at, but there’s still lots of improvement in there.”

Georgia Sutherland scored four of The Wire’s tries on Sunday, with skipper Michelle Davis also crossing for a try to go with her eight conversions.

Dani Bound touched down twice, with further tries coming from Emily Baggaley, Georgia Westwood, Katie May Williams and Fern Davies.

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Their sterling work on both sides of the ball means they lead Group Two from nearest rivals Barrow Raiders on points difference having played a game less.

Barring a staggering collapse, they appear certain to finish in the top four and qualify for the semi-finals, with promotion being decided by a Grand Final over the weekend of September 17-18.

“In the next couple of years, we want to push to be up there with the likes of St Helens, Leeds and York and we’re going in the right direction,” Westwood said.

“We’ve got a pretty young squad and we’ve added to that this year.

“Hopefully if we can get ourselves up there next year, we can be competing with that top three.”

And it’s not just on-field growth the team are after either.

With the women’s game growing exponentially and increasing in popularity of late, Warrington are trying to make sure they do their bit.

Judging by the increased numbers of people coming to watch home games at Victoria Park, their efforts appear to be paying off.

“We’re getting more support coming down each week and they’re seeing that the games are enjoyable to watch,” he said.

“With the style of rugby we’re playing, people want to come down and watch it.

“The crowds are getting younger as well and that’s only going to bring them in to support the men’s team as well. We want to bring new supporters to the game and to rugby league in general.

“Seeing the girls going round signing autographs at the end of the game is surreal for some of them but it’s great to see.”

Westwood’s side travel to Wakefield Trinity for their next fixture on Sunday.