Broncos chief pleased with Leatherbarrow

London Broncos head coach Andrew Henderson believes new signing Scott Leatherbarrow has added a different dimension to his squad ahead of the new season. The 25 year-old joined the club from Batley Bulldogs, after spells with South Wales Scorpions and Keighley Cougars. Leatherbarrow is renowned for his kicking ability, with over 150 goals in his last three seasons in the…

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Beaumont hits back at London head coach Henderson

Derek Beaumont has responded to comments made by London head coach Andrew Henderson about changes to the salary cap. Henderson admitted he was frustrated by the rule changes to accommodate certain clubs, seemingly implying to Leigh following their recent signings of Rangi Chase and Willie Tonga. However that has frustrated Beaumont, who insists the club have done nothing wrong. “I was disappointed to…

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Broncos to face tourists

London Broncos have confirmed three pre-season friendlies – including one against a touring Australian side. Indigenous team Yowies Rugby League will be the first opponents at the Broncos’ new Trailfinders Sports Club on Saturday January 23, with a 6.45pm kick off. The Yowies were established just over 20 years ago in Newcastle, New South Wales. They were set up to encourage…

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Hellewell happy with underdog tag

London winger Ben Hellewell believes the Broncos will use the underdog tag to their advantage when they face his former club Featherstone Rovers in the Kingstone Press Championship Shield final on Sunday. The Broncos defeated Dewsbury Rams in the semi-final to book their place in the inaugural Championship Shield showdown at the Select Security Stadium, Widnes. Hellewell, who spent two…

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Baldwinson wants more success

Recently crowned Kingstone Press Young Championship Player of the Year, Jordan Baldwinson is eager to win one more accolade with Featherstone Rovers as they battle it out for the Kingstone Press Championship Shield on Sunday against London Broncos. Baldwinson, who joined Featherstone from Leeds Rhinos on a one-year deal, will return to his parent club at season’s end, and the…

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Broncos sign Leatherbarrow

London Broncos have confirmed the signing of Batley Bulldogs half-back Scott Leatherbarrow on a two-year deal. The 25-year-old has been a constant figure in the Batley line-up since moving to the club in 2014 from Keighley Cougars. He is a likely replacement for current Broncos playmaker Oscar Thomas, who will join Bradford Bulls at the start of next season. Speaking…

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