London Broncos‘ Challenge Cup home tie with Toronto Wolfpack will be played on Friday 17 March, at 8pm at Trailfinders Sports Club. The will be a landmark game for both clubs – it’s the first time the two have ever met,
Keiran Dixon takes on his former club on Sunday, but he insists that there are no hard feelings between himself and Hull Kingston Rovers. Dixon will line up against the Robins for London at the weekend in a game that
London Broncos’ plans for the 2017 season have suffered a huge blow after James Cunningham and Michael Channing were both ruled out with long-term injuries. Cunningham, who has been nominated for Championship Player of the Year by League Express, will
London Broncos have completed a deal to sign Cronulla Sharks forward Junior Roqica on a one-year deal. The Fijian international, had spells at Wests Tigers and Canterbury Bulldogs before joining the Sharks, while he played for Australian Schoolboys in 2009.
Andrew Henderson has one simple target in mind for London in 2017 – progress. Following the Broncos’ rejuvenation of sorts in 2016, the club’s head coach believes that the club must ensure they keep taking steps forward next year as
London Broncos have completed the signing of Kieran Dixon on a two-year deal. As first revealed in League Expres, the 24-year-old has re-signed for the club where he made his Super League debut in 2012, before eventually moving to Hull
London Broncos have signed former Salford second rower Matt Gee on a one-year deal. Gee, 21, originally joined the Red Devils from Orrell St James, playing with the under-19s in 2014, before making a handful of Super League appearances in 2015. He
London Broncos Academy players Callum Bustin and Lewis Bienek will both step up to the first team in 2017, after signing one and two year deals respectively. Austin, 19, has been with the Broncos since he was 16, playing in both
London Broncos have confirmed the return to the club of halfback Jarrod Sammut on a two-year contract from 2017. Sammut, 29, began his career with Penrith Panthers in the NRL, before a move to Super League in 2010 saw him sign with
London Broncos have confirmed the signing of Warrington forward Ben Evans, as confirmed in League Express last month. The 23-year-old most recently spent time on loan at Leigh Centurions after struggling for opportunities in the Wolves first-team throughout the year.