London Broncos coach Andrew Henderson insists he is in no rush to move into the player market despite losing a second senior figure for the season in Nathan Stapleton. The Australian outside back last week underwent an ACL reconstruction, ruling
Gareth Walker of League Express checks out a developing success story in the capital. WHAT has perhaps gone under the radar somewhat, amid the justified praise for Batley’s flying start to the season, has been the form of London Broncos. Andrew
London Broncos’ NRL recruit Nathan Stapleton has been ruled out for the rest of the season after undergoing an ACL reconstruction. The former Sydney Rooster underwent scans after complaining about a pain in his knee, with the scans revealing the centre
Andrew Henderson said his side had to win ugly up at Workington last week: “We weren’t very good with the ball and didn’t create a lot of opportunities and I was pretty disappointed with our end of sets,” he said.
Workington Town are still searching for their first win of the season. Looking back on their defeat to Halifax coach in atrocious conditions, Phil Veivers said: “It was pretty wet and muddy – back to the 1960s really. “I thought
London Broncos’ close season signing Israel Eliab has arrived in the UK, and might be handed his debut in Sunday’s match at Workington. The Papua New Guinean captain’s arrival had been held up by the visa process, which has now
Nutrition X, the sports nutrition brand, has extended a partnership with the London Broncos for the 2016 season that it first entered into prior to last season. Under the agreement Nutrition X will provide all the club’s nutritional products, as well as
London head coach Andrew Henderson has revealed new halfback signing Israel Eliab will not arrive at the club until March. The PNG international is still going through the process of sorting his visa ahead of his move to the Broncos.
London Broncos may have to wait until the end of January for new signing Israel Eliab to arrive at the club. The Papua New Guinean stand-off has to go through the process of taking an English test to secure his
London Broncos have named Fiji international Wes Naiqama as their captain for the 2016 season. The 33 year-old has been handed the captaincy from current teammate Nick Slyney. Naiqama was part of the Broncos side who finished in a disappointing