Jay Pitts signs up at London Broncos for 2017 season

London Broncos have confirmed the signing of Bradford Bulls Jay Pitts, on a two-year deal. Pitts will join current Bulls teammate Adrian Purtell in the capital, ahead of the 2017 season. “I’m thrilled to have been offered the opportunity to play with London. You can see, the Broncos are building a team for a successful future, and whether or not…

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London announce signing of Bradford captain Adrian Purtell

London Broncos have confirmed the Adrian Purtell on a two-year contract: as revealed in League Express this week. The 31-year-old former NRL centre has previously enjoyed stints with Canberra Raiders and Penrith Panthers, and, currently playing for Bradford Bulls, will take up a dual role with the Broncos – he will also be involved in supporting and assisting Jamie Langley with…

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Henderson admits Leeds clash is London’s biggest in years

London Broncos head coach Andrew Henderson admits this afternoon’s clash with Leeds is the club’s biggest in years. With one win out of two in the Qualifiers, the Broncos welcome the Super League champions to Ealing looking to strengthen their position at the top end of the ‘middle eight’. And Henderson told TotalRL that the size of the game cannot…

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Henderson not expecting deadline day signings at London

London head coach Andrew Henderson says it is unlikely that the Broncos will make another signing before the transfer deadline. Henderson has been trying to bring in at least one more player to bolster his squad, but ultimately too many complications blocked a number of potential details. “It doesn’t look likely to be honest,” Henderson told TotalRL. “You never know…

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Henderson hails Hughes support

London Broncos coach Andrew Henderson has revealed how club owner David Hughes is taking on a much more hands-on role with the club following his retirement. In an interview with Rugby League World magazine, Henderson says that Hughes’ input this year has increased significantly, and has been invaluable to both him and Broncos chief executive Jason Loubser. Henderson told RLW:…

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PREVIEW: Refreshed London prepared for the Bulldogs

London Broncos had their game at Whitehaven postponed which was a bit of a bonus according to coach Andrew Henderson. “After the tough Easter period there were a couple of blokes who would have been taking some niggles into that game,” he said. “It’s that time of year when you’re feeling it a bit more because you’ve played four games…

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