In this week’s edition of ‘Rugby League Down South’, Ian Ramsdale interviews London Broncos’ top try scorer, Mason Caton-Brown, chats with London Skolars star Ryan McDonald, and learns how an exiled Texan is starting a Rugby League team in Eastbourne.
In a nutshell The black and whites were far too strong for the Broncos, extending an interval lead of 22-0 to 40-4 in wet conditions at the KC Stadium. How it unfolded Hull scored four first-half tries from Shaul, Crooks,
In a nutshell London were consigned to another defeat, as their search for their first win of 2014 continued. How it unfolded First half: Three tries from Catalan saw them romp into an 18-0 lead early on. However, London have
London Broncos winger Kieran Dixon has finally found light at the end of the tunnel in his recovery from a crippling knee injury. The 21-year-old tore the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and ruptured both his medial collateral ligament (MCL) and
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In a nutshell London Broncos took an early ten-point lead at the DW Stadium, but Wigan gradually came back into the game after a slow start to win comfortably. How it unfolded The Broncos scored early tries fro Jamie O’Callaghan
London will be looking for their first win of the season in Super League at the eighth attempt, as they face the daunting task of travelling to Wigan. The Warriors are in fine form, having crushed Championship high-fliers Dewsbury Rams
Listen to the Rugby League Down South podcast by Ian Ramsdale every week on TotalRL.com What’s on the podcast this week? 01.00 RLW editor Gareth Walker, talks about former London Broncos players in pastures new. 13.30 South Wales Scorpions coach Mike
Darren Higgins steps into the role of Head of Youth at London Broncos this week and he describes the club as having ‘massive potential’. “With the number of kids and the number of junior clubs the potential is massive,” says
London half-back Ben Farrar doesn’t think a first Broncos win of the season is far away. The 27-year-old former Manly Sea Eagles and Catalan Dragons star, who signed for the Broncos a few weeks into the season, said: “I’m loving