Brook picked up their league points of the Season as they overcome a physical Bradford outfit to claim they victory.
The visitors almost opened the scoring in the second minute when Centre Aiden Batey broke clear from half way only to be halted by a great tackle from Tommy Cunningham.
Bradford went to dominate the opening quarter of the first half including five consecutive sets of six inside Brook 20 metre line. The home sides defence was outstanding as they continued to hold their visitors at bay.
The pressure finally paid off on 25 minutes when a speculative kick on the last tackle was collected by Winger Simon Sewell who touched down he also added the conversion.
Brook made their visitors pay following a Bradford error from the restart a knock behind the try forced them to restart with a goal line drop out and it was the home sides turn to put pressure on their opponents try line.
The hosts made the pressure tell scoring three tries in the final 10 minutes of the half. Craig Dubois put the first points on the board for Brook taking a pass from Callum Welsby to force his way over near the posts Stephen Parkinson levelled the scores with his conversion.
Five minutes later Brook were in front following another fumble from a kick Deon Cross was on hand to regain possession for his side and following a quick play the ball Jamie McCabe and Scott Davidson kept the ball alive before finding Cross in space he dived over in the corner to score an unconverted try.
Brook stretched their lead going into the interval when following a penalty Jack Parker broke clear from half way he sold an outrageous dummy to the Bradford Full back before going over by the posts leaving Parkinson with an easy conversion.
Six minutes into the Second Half Brook effectively wrapped the game up with Deon Cross scoring his second try of the Afternoon. Cross seized on a loose ball on the half way line he broke clear of two would be tacklers and raced away rounding the Full Back in style to score a wonderfully taken try near the corner with Parkinson adding a great conversion.
Adam Jefferson forced his way from close range as Bradford briefly threatened a comeback Sewells conversion reduced the arrears to 10 points.
Blackbrook soon thwarted any possibility when Jack Parker made a break down the left to set up the position for Scott Davidson who came on an unstoppable run to score Brooks fifth and final try of the afternoon.
Deon Cross was again selected as the NW Maintenance Solutions Man of the Match with Scott Davidson taking the Tisdalls Players Man of the Match.