Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Broncos: Manly back-rower Harrison signs for 2015

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London Broncos have secured the services of Manly Sea Eagles backrower Daniel Harrison to boost their bid for promotion back into Super League next season. A Manly junior who played in the Under-20s with the Bulldogs, Harrison made his NRL debut for the Sea Eagles in 2011. He joined Parramatta in 2013 after 19 games for Manly, but rejoined the ... Read More »

Costigan: London could get first win against Robins

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Hull KR back-rower Neville Costigan has warned his team-mates that unless they turn up with the proper attitude, they are at risk of losing to London on Saturday. Bottom side Broncos are winless in 21 games this season, while Rovers are currently sat in a precarious position – three points off the play-offs in ninth spot with two in-form sides ... Read More »

Matt Cook to join Castleford Tigers

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Castleford Tigers have signed Matt Cook from London Broncos on a two-year contract – with Scott Moore also leaving the club. The current Broncos skipper, who has played all 22 games for the club this season, said: “This is my third season with the Broncos and I’ve had a fantastic time down in the capital during those three years. It’s ... Read More »

Catalans and St Helens enjoy strong wins

Elliott Whitehead scored a hat-trick of tries as the Catalan Dragons rebounded from their horror show a week earlier against Wigan to romp home with a 40-6 victory against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at the Stade Gilbert Brutus. The star of the show for the Dragons was former Bradford Bulls star Elliott Whitehead, who scored a hat-trick of tries as the ... Read More »

St Helens romp back to top spot

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London are now 21 games without a win in Super League 2014, after they slumped to a 58-16 loss at home to St Helens – who move back to the top of the table. Mark Percival, Jordan Turner and Matty Dawson all grabbed two tries as the Saints put on an attacking masterclass, but there was a concern for the ... Read More »

London Broncos sign another NRL star

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London Broncos have continued their recruitment plans for life in the Championship next year, after they completed the signing of Manly forward Daniel Harrison on a two-year deal. Harrison has experience in Australia’s top league with both the Sea Eagles and Paramatta Eels, and will provide a wealth of experience for the Broncos in 2015 as they look to get ... Read More »

Oscar Thomas re-joins London Broncos

Oscar Thomas is one such youngster who will flourish at London in 2015.

Former London Broncos star Oscar Thomas has re-joined the club and has signed a deal until the end of the 2015 season. The 20-year-old began his career at West London Sharks before joining the Broncos at the age of 12. In 2011 he broke into the under-20s team and trained with the first team in 2012 and 2013 while gaining ... Read More »

Video highlights: Warrington Wolves v London Broncos

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Extensive video highlights from this Super League round 20 fixture between in-form Warrington Wolves and the now-relegated London Broncos, at the Halliwell-Jones stadium. What do you think about this match? Discuss this, and many other Rugby League topics, on or free fans’ forum. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online version of League Express newspaper and ... Read More »

TotalRL TV: “It was like men against boys”

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London head coach Joey Grima described his side’s 72-12 defeat by Warrington yesterday as being like “men against boys”. The heavy loss confirmed the Broncos will be in the Championship next season. Speaking at the post-match conference, Grima said plans for the Championship are underaway and the club is here for the long-term. What do you think about this story? ... Read More »

Joey Grima: There are exciting times ahead

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London Broncos head coach Joey Grima says that despite his side being relegated from Super League there are exciting times ahead. The Broncos were relegated following yesterday’s defeat at the hands of Warrington Wolves and will playing in the second tier competition in 2015. “Since I took over we’ve had a plan A and a plan B, we knew where ... Read More »