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We caught up with London Broncos star Ben Farrar after their heartbreaking defeat to Catalan Dragons in Game One of Magic Weekend 2014. He told us his immediate thoughts after the clash. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe
In a nutshell London are still looking for their first win of 2014, but they came mighty close against a resolute Catalan Dragons outfit. How it unfolded First half: The Broncos came out of the traps quite slowly, and they
In this week’s edition of ‘Rugby League Down South’, Ian Ramsdale interviews new London Broncos coach Joe Grima, who replaced Tony Rea last week, Nick Slyney, Steve McCormack and Will Lovell. Interviews/features in this week’s episode 01.45: New London Broncos
How it unfolded The Giant scored an early try from Shaun Lunt, although Danny Brough couldn’t add the conversion. But the Broncos replied on 18 minutes with a try by Atelea Vea, after good work by Scott Moore and Danny
In a nutshell London Broncos gave a much-improved performance in their first game under new coach Joe Grima and were leading 16-10 at half-time, but the Giants came back to gain their fourth successive win. How it unfolded The Giant
New London Broncos head coach Joe Grima believes the club are more than capable of beating the drop in the Super League, as he gets ready to take charge of the club for the first time against Huddersfield this weekend.
In this week’s edition of ‘Rugby League Down South’, Ian Ramsdale interviews former London Broncos’ head coach Tony Rea, who was replaced by Joe Grima on Monday. On the podcast this week 00.30 Tony Rea discusses leaving the club he’s
London Broncos have signed Maxime Herold on a short term deal from French Elite One Championship club Limoux. The 24-year-old forward was recommended by former London player Karl Temata, who currently coaches Limoux in the French competition, and will be
London head coach Joe Grima insists his main aim is to save the club from relegation and is implementing a raft of changes to ensure the Broncos stay afloat. The club from the capital were pushed to the foot of