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Broncos deliver first kit to Africa

Yesterday, 10:42 AM

London Broncos recently delivered the first batch of donated kit to Africa as part of the #Kit4Africa campaign with the Footprints Foundation.

Welfare manager John Keyes personally delivered the kit to The Amazing Grace Orphanage in Eikenhof Gauteng, South Africa, which looks after approximately 150 children.

John Keyes said: “It’s great that we are able to support the Footprints Foundation in such a tangible way by providing kit donated by clubs, supporters and top Super League and Championship players. We’ve collected a huge amount of kit and boots which will go to areas that need it most in the coming months.”

Chairman of the Footprints Foundation Bob Holt said:

I’m absolutely delighted and grateful to London Broncos and the wider rugby league community for their generosity. A huge thank you from all the recipients of the kit from our projects in South Africa.


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Davis hopes for good game time in the Super 8s

30 July 2015 - 10:09 AM

Matt Davis recently made the step up to the first team having impressed in the club’s Under 19s team and has played six games this season, scooping the man of the match award on two occasions at home.

Davis was awarded the man of the match after last Sunday’s game against Sheffield for playing big minutes after injury forced Rhys Lovegrove from the field. Davis started on the bench and played part of the game at prop which impressed coach Andrew Henderson.

“The Super 8s could be massive for the club and hopefully I can get some good game time,” said Davis.

“I worked hard in the game against Sheffield, I felt I had a decent game and got some good tackles in. We didn’t get the result but we can build on the performance. We’ll have a rest and come back firing as a team.

“For me and the team we need some silverware, there’s not been silverware for a long time at the club. That’s been the talk amongst the boys and I really think we can do it. We’ve got a strong side and we just need more confidence as a team.”

How has Matt found the step up from the Under 19s to the first team?

“It’s intense out on the pitch, and there are some big blokes out there in the middle, I just need to work hard and get good line speed.

“Playing prop is no different to any other position really, you still have to work hard and keep the intensity up. For me it doesn’t matter if I’m playing prop or wing, it’s irrelevant to me, I’ll work hard wherever I am.”

London Broncos kick off their Super 8s campaign with a home tie against Doncaster at The Hive on Saturday 8th August, kick-off 3pm. Tickets will be available to purchase shortly at www.venuetoolbox.com/londonbroncos, use code EARLYBIRD-DONCASTER to get 20% off adult tickets.

You can also see ALL four home play-off games for just £50 for adults, see more at www.londonbroncosrl.com/play-off-tickets/.


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Naiqama: Goal is to win the Championship Shield

29 July 2015 - 01:42 PM

London Broncos captain Wes Naiqama says the goal for the squad is to win the Kingstone Press Championship Shield after missing out on a top four spot.

“It was disappointing to miss out on the top for but we’re reassessed our goals and we are aiming to win the Championship Shield now,” said Naiqama.

“Andrew Henderson challenged us last week to get a reaction from the last couple of week’s performances and we done well for large parts of the Sheffield game last Sunday. For 70 minutes we were good and we were just unlucky in the end but we can build on that going into the Super 8s.

“Getting to the final means everything to us, our goal is to do something with this group of players and we know we’re good enough.

“We’ve had a couple of days off this week and we’ve cleared our heads and we’re fresh and ready to go into the Super 8s.”

London Broncos kick off their Super 8s campaign with a home tie against Doncaster at The Hive on Saturday 8th August, kick-off 3pm. Tickets will be available to purchase shortly at www.venuetoolbox.com/londonbroncos, use code EARLYBIRD-DONCASTER to get 20% off adult tickets.

You can also see ALL four home play-off games for just £50 for adults, see more at www.londonbroncosrl.com/play-off-tickets/.


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Super 8s Shield Fixtures announced

29 July 2015 - 09:15 AM

Fixtures for the Kingstone Press Championship Shield have been announced, with London Broncos kicking off the Super 8s with a home tie against Doncaster at The Hive on Saturday 8th August.

FIXTURES
Saturday 8th August London Broncos v Doncaster, 3pm
Saturday 15th August Whitehaven v London Broncos, 6:30pm
Sunday 23rd August London Broncos v Hunslet Hawks, 3pm
Monday 31st August Dewsbury Rams v London Broncos, 3pm
Sunday 6th September London Broncos v Workington Town, 3pm
Sunday 13th September  London Broncos v Batley Bulldogs, 3pm
Sunday 20th September Featherstone Rovers v London Broncos, 3pm

Tickets for the home fixtures will be available online in the coming days. 2015 Members are reminded that play-off fixtures are included in their membership.

Super 8s Ticket Package
See all four London Broncos Super 8s home fixtures for just £50.

We’re offering a great value package to watch all four London Broncos home Super 8s games for just £50 for adults, £35 concession and £5 for juniors (u14s). To book your special Super 8s ticket visit www.londonbroncosrl.com/play-off-tickets/


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Silverware in the Championship Shield is the aim now says Hellewell

28 July 2015 - 10:38 AM

London Broncos centre Ben Hellewell says the team will aim to win the Championship Shield to bring some silverware to the club.

The Broncos will enter the Super 8s Championship Shield and play seven fixtures, four home and three away, with a semi-final and final spot up for grabs.

“Our aim was to finish in the top four but that wasn’t to be and we knew that a couple of weeks ago, said Hellewell who scored in the loss to the Eagles. “But if we can win the Championship Shield and get a bit of silverware that would be a good goal. The club hasn’t won any silverware for some time now and we’ve got an opportunity to do that.”

“It would be massive to get something out of the season and it’ll go down in history as it hasn’t happened in a long time.

“We’ve got a couple of days off and then we crack into training and work hard until it comes to the start of the Super 8s.

“It’ll be good to get one over on Featherstone who beat us down here and also Dewsbury who have beaten us twice this year so it’ll be good to get one over on them too.”

The Broncos will enter the Super 8s Championship Shield on the weekend of 8/9th of August with a chance of making the Shield Final. Full fixtures are announced on Wednesday 29th July.


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