London Broncos have announced another new signing for 2015, after they confirmed the signing of Hull KR forward Rhys Lovegrove on a two-year deal from next season. Australian born Lovegrove, 27, has spent the past eight seasons at Hull KR
Extensive video highlights from Saturday’s Super League round 25 clash between Catalan Dragons and London Broncos at the Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan. What do you think about this story? Discuss this and much more on our free fans’ forum.
Relegated London Broncos have snapped up impressive centre Matt Garside from Sheffield Eagles for the start of next season. The 23-year-old played a pivotal role in winning last year’s Championship title and has scored 36 tries in 54 appearances for
Catalan Dragons coasted to an easy 46-4 victory over London Broncos this afternoon at the Stade Gilbert Brutus, after building up a 34-0 half-time lead. The Dragons scored eight tries, with Morgan Escaré picking up a first-half hat-trick while Daryl
In this week’s Rugby League Down South podcast, Ian Ramsdale talks to London Broncos coach Joey Grima, plus features on Leigh Academy from Dartford in Kent who have successfully defended their Champion Schools title, and Valley Cougars as they head
London Broncos winger Kieran Dixon will join Hull Kingston Rovers next season. League Express understands that the deal has been done, and that Dixon has passed a medical with the Robins. This article originally appeared in this week’s edition of
For this week’s debate, we’re casting a mindful eye forward to the 2015 season, and examining which of Super League’s two relegated clubs are best prepared for life in the Championship next season. There’s a case to argue for both
London Broncos have signed French International half-back William Barthau from Catalan Dragons on a two-year deal from the 2015 season. Half-back Barthau, 24, has played 16 times for the Dragons and been impressive in their reserve team Saint-Esteve XIII Catalan.
After 23 straight defeats in Super League, you’d perhaps be able to forgive London Broncos for walking around with their tail between their legs. After all, they’re on course to become the first Super League side in the modern era
London Broncos have announced the signing of Richard Mathers from Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a two year deal from the 2015 season. Mathers will join the Broncos for pre-season training in November ahead of the 2015 season in the Kingstone