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  1. Broncos News

    Broncos to welcome Hull FC.

    London Broncos Head Coach Danny Ward has named his 19 man squad to face Hull FC on Sunday March 24th at Trailfinders Sports Club. The Capital side will be looking again to upset the odds as the Black & Whites come to town looking to get back to their own winning run which was halted last week with the defeat at home against Wakefield Trinity. London will still be buoyed following their last gasp win away at Headingly on Friday night but will be very aware of the task at hand when Sunday at 3pm comes around. Ward, talking to the Daily Express said, “We’re still not happy with how we are playing in certain areas. There is a lot of improvement in us and we are not satisfied with just three wins.” This week also sees Sadiq Adebiyi and Ben Hellewell in the 19 man squad on dual-reg with Sheffield Eagles while Jacob Ogden, James Meadows and Dan Hindmarsh are in the 19 man squad on dual-reg with London Skolars. The 19 man squad to face Hull FC on Sunday 24th March at 3pm:- 6 – Abdull 8 – Battye 23 – Butler 29 – Davis 5 – Dixon 17 – Fleming 14 – Fozard 16 – Gee 4 – Kear 11 – Lovell 18 – Mason 19 – Morgan 9 – Pelissier 12 – Pitts 15 – Richards 28 – Smith 1 – Walker 2 – Williams 20 – Yates Tickets for Sunday’s game are still available from the Broncos website or you can purchase them here :- View the full article
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    Broncos and Eagles agree dual reg

    London Broncos Rugby League is pleased to announce the signing of a dual registration agreement with current Championship side Sheffield Eagles. The agreement will start with immediate effect and will run throughout the 2019 season. Both sides have impressed with their early season form and will be looking to help each other as the season progresses. Broncos Head Coach Danny Ward said, “We are excited about the dual reg partnership with the Eagles and the opportunities it will bring for the players. The lads will get chance to test themselves at Championship level in what is a fiercely competitive league this year.” Eagles coach Mark Aston reiterated Wards opinions,” Danny (Ward) has a great relationship with Keith Senior (Eagles Assistant Coach) from their long career together at Leeds and it’s an agreement that we all feel will be beneficial to both clubs and the players. Danny has done a fantastic job at the Broncos, him, his staff and the group of players at the Broncos are proving the doubters wrong so I’m sure the players we will work with will be hungry and keen to get into contention for Super League matches.” London Broncos next face Hull FC at home on Sunday 24th March while Sheffield Eagles will face a top of the table clash away at York City Knights also on the 24th March. View the full article
  3. Martin Offiah MBE and Linzi Prescott will conduct the draw for the fifth round of the Coral Challenge Cup at Boxpark, the ultimate fanzone for fans travelling to Wembley Stadium for Cup Final Day on August 24. The draw will be held on Monday April 1st (7.00pm), as the first four Super League clubs join this year’s competition – Hull Kingston Rovers, Leeds Rhinos, London Broncos and Salford Red Devils – alongside the winners of the 12 fourth round ties being played on the weekend of March 30-31. It will be streamed live on the BBC Sport website and supporters from across London and beyond are invited to attend the event to watch the draw live. Opened in December last year, Boxpark will be the official fanzone for supporters travelling to this year’s Coral Challenge Cup Final and 1895 Cup Final on Saturday, August 24th. The indoor venue offers an immersive food, drink and leisure experience with a diverse selection of street food vendors, bars and entertainment for fans visiting the world-famous stadium, including a brand-new competitive leisure theme bar – Playbox which features shuffle board, day-glo ping pong, pool and football tables. The draw will be conducted by two hugely popular figures whose personalities resonate well beyond Rugby League. Offiah became a Wembley icon in five Challenge Cup final appearances – four of them for Wigan, in which he won the Lance Todd Trophy twice and scored one of the all-time great Wembley tries, before he also played for London Broncos against Leeds in 1999. He was then chosen as one of the players immortalised in the Rugby League statue on the Wembley perimeter. Linzi Prescott is Trustee of The Steve Prescott Foundation and wife of the late Steve Prescott MBE, a Wembley winner with St Helens in 1996 and 1997. Steve’s life will again be remembered at the 2019 Coral Challenge Cup Final, with his son Taylor delivering the match ball – the climax of what promises to be a gruelling Cycling, Dragon Boat and Running 900-mile journey from Perpignan, the home of the Cup holders Catalans Dragons, in a repeat of the challenge undertaken by Steve and a select band of supporters a decade ago in 2009. “It’s amazing to think that it’s 10 years since Steve completed one of his greatest challenges to deliver that match ball before the Huddersfield-Warrington game in 2009, and I’m so proud to think that Taylor will be following in his father’s footsteps by taking on the challenge this year,” said Linzi. “It will be an honour for me to conduct the Fifth Round draw at BoxPark – especially with Martin Offiah. Who better to help raise awareness of our efforts to continue raising money in Steve’s memory, as we continue the preparations for the 2019 Challenge culminating at Wembley on August 24.” Further fanzone details for the Coral Challenge Cup Final and 1895 Cup Final will be announced in due course. Tickets for the 2019 Coral Challenge Cup Final and 1895 Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, August 24 can be purchased by calling the Rugby League Ticket Office on 0844 856 1113 or by visiting View the full article
  4. London Broncos Academy travelled to Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 16th March to take on Leeds Rhinos to try and emulate their First Team counterparts who had won the previous evening by 16 – 18 at Headingly. Huw Goodwin left it late to name his squad due to injuries in the ranks but was still able to name an almost full strength side to face their Yorkshire opponents. The game started well for the U19’s as Chris ball had scored within four minutes of the kick off. Oli Leyland converted the try and the visitors had taken a six nil lead. From there Leeds Rhinos took control and never looked back after drawing level. Two tries each for Iwan Stephens, Tom Barton and Sam Walters were backed up by tries from Liam Whitton, Liam Tindall, Joe Burton, Corey Johnson and Louis McConnell and the game was out of sight by the time Max Clarke scored a consolation try for the visitors. Head Coach, Huw Goodwin said, “We manged to get a score on the board first but then didn’t respond well to the conditions. Too many errors killed us today and it leaves us with a lot to put right in training this week. The positive for us is that the boys came out and put a loit more effort in in that second half.” The Broncos Academy side now move on to their next game which sees them play at Trailfinders as part of a Triple header as Huddersfield Giants come to London on 31st March. Tickets are available for the game on Mothers Day as the First Team also take on the Giants at 3pm. A Mothers day carvery is available in hospitality so why not treat Mum to a day out at London Broncos. Buy Hospitality Here :- View the full article
  5. Broncos News

    Broncos win at Leeds Rhinos

    The Broncos arrived at the Emerald Headingly Stadium still smarting from the defeat to St Helens exactly seven days earlier. Both coaches, former Leeds team mates, put out strong sides with Ward being able to call back 5 players to his starting 17 in the shape of Dizon, Pitts, Morgan, Cunningham and Mason. The game started at a very fast pace with both sides completing sets with regularity. Leeds moving the ball quickly along their line and ending with Konrad Hurrell at any chance possible. The deadlock was finally broken on the 27th minute as Dixon scored penalty right in front and the visitors had taken a 0-2 lead. Within three minutes of the restart Luke Yates broke the line and was held up over the line. From the resulting play the ball went over the top was flicked back by Williams and there was Captain Jay Pitts to trap the ball just before it went dead to score in the corner. Dixon converted and we lead 0-8. Leeds responded with sustained pressure for the last 5 minutes of the half with their most promising move seeing the ball thrown through hands but ending with a knock on. The hooter went on the half with the Broncos ahead by 0-8 and would be the happier of the two sides. Leeds came out all guns blazing with Konrad Hurrell running things out wide. An early penalty to the hosts saw Leeds take advantage as Myler went over for the try on 43. Lolohea converted and the Rhinos had moved closer. The rhinos seemed to find energy that they had not had in the first half and were in again. On the last tackle the ball was kept alive by Trent Merrin as he caught the ball and jinked his way through and over on the 55th minute. Lolohea again converted and the Rhinos had the lead for the first time. The hosts were not done and Jack Walker broke from deep the kick out to Briscoe on the last beat Williams and Kear and the winger was over for yet another try. Lolohea missed the kick but the hosts had come from eight down to eight in front. That was where London finally came to the party and with ten minutes to go the Broncos found life from almost nowhere. Fozard was first to silence the crowd as he barged over the line. Dixon missed the conversion and with 5 mins to play the visitors trailed 16-12. The capital side were not done and with 2 mins to play up stepped big Will Lovell who was on the end of a high ball batted back by Williams and in for the try. The final seconds of the game were seen out by the defence of the visitors and at the hooter London had their third win of the 2019 season. Next up at home are Hull Fc on the 24th March so get your tickets now:- LONDON BRONCOS :- 1.Walker, 5.Dixon, 19.Morgan, 4.Kear, 2.Williams,6. Abdull, 7.Cunningham, 8.Battye, 9.Pelissier, 23.Butler, 12.Pitts, 20.Yates, 29.Davis Interchange:- 11.Lovell, 14.Fozard, 18.Mason, 15.Richards Tries:- Pitts, Fozard Lovell Goals:- Dixon 3/4 LEEDS RHINOS:- 1.Walker, 2.Briscoe, 29.Newman, 4.Hurrell, 5.Handley,6. Lolohea, 7.Myler, 18.Peteru, 9.Parcell, 19.Oledzki,16. Ferres,15. Sutcliffe, 11.Merrin Interchange:- 20.Jones-Buchanan, 32.Holroyd, Cuthbertson, 25.Donaldson Tries:- Myler, Merrin, Briscoe Goals:- Lolohea 2/3 Referee:- Chris Kendall View the full article
  6. London Broncos U16’s Scholarship side will be looking to continue where they left off against Newcastle Thunder, last week, as they travel to face St Helens this Saturday. The boys got their season off with a bang with a very good win over the North-East side at Trailfinders sports Club by 28 points to 10. St Helens, however, will provide a sterner test for the Broncos side as they look to win back to back games and a perfect start to their 2019 campaign. Head of Youth Development, Rob Powell told us, “Last week was a promising start against Newcastle Thunder but there is still a lot to work on. The first long away trip is always a challenge for these young lads but provides a great experience in their development. We look forward to seeing how they respond to the challenge and back up the performance from last week.” The U16 Scholarship Squad to face St Helens:- Max Allen Luciano Bejanidze Bryn Bradley Rhys Cotter Owen Glover Chris Grint Archie Holding Jack Howorth Adam Jolly Ben Kennedy Tommy Laing Bill Leyland Owen Michael Alastair Reed Joe Rees Femi Sanya Iwan Stacey Paddy Tennent Malachy Watts – Adams Sam Yorke View the full article
  7. Broncos News

    Academy on the road again.

    London Broncos U19’s Academy squad are on the road again this week as they travel north to face Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 16th March. Following the defeat away at St Helens last week at the Totally Wicked Stadium Huw Goodwin and his side will be looking to bounce back and take the two points away from home. Goodwin told us, “It’s another week and another challenging opponent. To play three of the top teams in the competition in our first three games is a real test and so far I don’t think we’ve shown our full potential yet. Hopefully, we will put in a more competitive performance this Saturday. Regardless of performance, though, playing in these games is fantastic for our boys’ development and as always we’ll be looking for some signs of week on week improvement.” The Under 19’s Squad to face Leeds Rhinos on Saturday 16th March- From- Sean Baker Chris Ball Will Budd Finn Carter Max Clarke Ted Davidson Alex Deery Alfie Edwards Joel Fosuhene-Gray Christian Gale Charlie Gamble Delaine Gittens Tom Giroud Rory Gray Adam Green Josh Hodson Rian Horsman Jamie Humphreys Elliott Hutchings Oli Leyland Isiah Lowe-Stewart Rob Oakley Kai Pearce-Paul Ramon Silva George Starkie Jonah Varela View the full article
  8. Broncos News

    Ward returns to Rhinos

    Danny Ward, returns to Leeds this weekend for the first time as London Broncos Head Coach . Headingly Stadium, now Emerald Headingly, was home to Ward from 1999 to 2005 where he made 135 appearances for the club as it was too for club Captain Jay Pitts from 2010 to 2012. This week Ward takes his London charges to the north to face his old side as the Broncos look to bounce back from their defeat away at St Helens. Danny Ward told us, “It’s always nice going back to your old club and catching up with old friends. I played alongside Dave Furner back in 03 & 04. He was a fantastic player, the ultimate competitor & I am sure he’ll do a great job with Leeds. They are a good team with some quality individuals, another big challenge for the Broncos but one we are really looking forward to.” Ward has named a strong Broncos squad that will be looking to bring the two points back to the capital. The London Broncos 19 man Squad to face Leeds Rhinos:- 6- Jordan Abdull 8- Eddie Battye 23- Rob Butler 7- James Cunningham 29- Matt Davis 5- Kieran Dixon 17- Matt Fleming 14- Matty Fozard 16- Matt Gee 4- Elliot Kear 11- Will Lovell 18- Nathan Mason 19- Ryan Morgan 9- Eloi Pelissier 12- Jay Pitts 15- Greg Richards 1- Alex Walker 2- Rhys Williams 20- Luke Yates View the full article
  9. Broncos News

    Scholarship start with a win.

    London Broncos U16 opened their season in an ideal way with a commanding 28-10 win over Newcastle Thunder. The Broncos were in control from the first whistle, being held up twice in their first spell with the ball, and regularly pinning the away side into their own half on what was a difficult afternoon for kicking. The Broncos had thought they opened the scoring early on once Max Morphey touched down for it to be ruled out by the officials and the end they had to wait until the 20th minute before they capitalised on that early pressure. That try coming from Bill Leyland who broke the Thunder line with a great step and dummy, before strolling in under the sticks. It wasn’t long after that the lead was doubled, Christian Grint, who had troubled defenders throughout the first game, found open play with a neat sidestep before getting a late offload away leaving Max Allen with a straightforward finish. From there Thunder eased their way into the game, and enjoyed their first spell deep inside the Broncos half but struggled to convert it into points. A huge defensive effort from the home side could only last so long, however, and Lennox Barry got on the end of a troubling kick to open Thunder’s account. A missed conversion sent the teams into the break at 12-4 to the hosts. Newcastle Thunder were able to narrow the gap further after a horrid start for the Broncos. A spill direct from the kick-off and the following penalty gave the Thunder great field position, which they capitalised on with Taylor Hepple barging over to bring the sides within two. London soon regained control of the game though, spending much of the second half deep in Thunder territory, and the Broncos managed to extend their lead once Ben Kennedy managed to squeeze over from dummy half. Colin Baker’s side continued to take advantage from gaps in the Thunder defence, with Padraic Tennent and Bill Leyland gaining yards with weaving runs before Max Morphey was able to get on the board. Femi Sanya crashed over late on and put the game beyond doubt for the home side as the game finished 28-10, and the Broncos started their season in ideal fashion. Colin Baker, the U16’s Head Coach, said; “This was a benchmark for us, bearing in mind how we started last year. So I was pleased there was actually some pretty good stuff in there, but for us, it was a benchmark and it has highlighted some areas that we’ll need to improve on.” View the full article
  10. Broncos arrived at St Helens on the back of their amazing win over Wigan last time out. With a very different looking lineup the Broncos were giving BetFred Super League debuts to Jacob Ogden and on loan Matt Davis. St Helens came flying out of the blocks and within two minutes had opened the scoring as Peyroux found a large hole in the line and was over. Lachlan Coote kicked the extras and it was a very early lead for the hosts. The Broncos fought back well from the early setback and their goal line defence was reminiscent of the defence against Toronto that got them to the BetFred Super League. It took the hosts another 23 minutes and a series of penalties against the Broncos to score their second as a ball was flung out wide to Regan Grace who was over the line. Another Ten minutes of Broncos defence ensued only for that to be broken by Zeb Taia who managed to offload on our line to Theo Fages who was over for the try. Coote converted and the gap had widened to 16 as the hooter sounded for halftime. The second half started with London having the wind behind and looking to take advantage .The Broncos came closest in the early exchanges with Pelissier being held up over the line but the Saints defence held strong. On 58 minutes Saints thought they had scored but Amor was held up over the line following more incredible defence from the Broncos. Finally the Broncos barricade was breached on 61 minutes as Lomax found the gap and broke away and the inside pass to Coote saw the full-back over the line. He again converted and the lead was now 22 points. The visitors continued to knock on the door with great carries from Yates, Ogden and Smith all to no avail. Both sides pushed and probed in the last 10 minutes of the game but it was the hosts with the last word as the ball was played behind the line but collected by Peyroux. The ball went out to Kevin Naiqama who skipped around three defenders and over the line. Coote missed the conversion but the damage had already been done. The Broncos now travel to Leeds on Friday the 15th of March looking to improve their record in this BetFred SuperLeague season of 2019. London Broncos – Walker, Kear, Fleming, Ogden, Williams, Abdull, Smith, Battye, Pelissier, Butler, Yates, Lovell, Davis Interchanges :- Ioane, Fozard, Gee, Adebiyi St Helens- Coote, Makinson, Naiqama, Percival, Grace, Lomax, Fages, Walmsley, Smith, Thompson, Taia, Peyroux, Knowles, Interchange :- Paulo, LMS, Amor, Ashworth Tries:- Peyroux, Grace, Fages, Coote, Naiqama:- Goals:- Coote 3/5 View the full article
  11. London Broncos U19’s travelled to St Helens on Friday 8th March in their second game of the 2019 season. Following the 46-26 defeat to Wigan at home they were looking to bounce back against another very strong Academy side. Things did not start well in the first half as within two minutes of kick off Saints prop James Pye broke away to score next to the posts. It didn’t help things either when the visitors lost Max Clarke early in the piece. Dodd converted the first of his four kicks from six in the half as further tries from Horne, Simm, Nash and Hutchings with a brace put the London Academy to the sword. The Broncos showed promise late in the half when Oli Leyland went down the outside on the opposition 10 metre line but was pushed into touch and the chance went begging. Horsman showed some nice touches with his kicking game but on the halftime whistle the Broncos trailed by 32 points to nil. The kick off for the second half was allowed to bounce by the visitors but Leyland collected and put in a jinking run up and over halfway showing the kind of talent that has landed him a contract with the first team in 2020. In the main though the second half went the same way as the first as the superior St Helens side continued to run the show with some free flowing rugby and 47 minutes Simm was on the end of a move that went from one side of the pitch to the other to score in the corner for his second of the game. Dodd scored for the hosts on 60 minutes as the Broncos defence parted and he again converted. Finally on 63 minutes Chris Ball dived out of dummy half and over the line to get the visitors on the scoreboard. Saints did not stop coming as they had throughout the game and on 69 minutes Ryan Horne breached the Broncos defence leaving them flat footed to score under the posts. The conversion was good and with ten to go the visitors trailed 48-6. The home side did not let up as on 75 minutes Rizzelli went over in the corner and the icing was put on the cake on the 78th minute when the ball was sprayed form side to side finally ending with Foster diving over unchallenged. The Broncos will now return to London and get back to the drawing board to reflect on a performance that Head Coach Huw Goodwin will be unhappy with. View the full article
  12. London Broncos Scholarship face their first outing of the season on Sunday 10th March with a 14:00 kick off at Trailfinders Sports Club as Newcastle Thunder make the long trip down to the capital. Head U16’s Coach, Colin Baker has named the 20 man squad for the visit of the north eastern side as both sides will be looking to integrate new players into their teams with many of last years squads moving on or now with the Under 19 set up. Colin Baker told us, ” We are excited to give our Scholarship players their first playing opportunity of 2019. Player development is not about winning and losing but it does provide a benchmark for them and of course the lads love representing London Broncos!” Rob Powell, Head of Youth Development, said, “It’s always an exciting time of the year as the potential stars of the clubs future get their opportunity to play in the youngest team at the club. We feel we have some talented players and we now look forward to seeing them develop individually and grow as a team.” The squad to face Newcastle Thunder on Sunday 10th March:- Max Allen Luciano Bejanidze Rhys Cotter Owen Glover Chris Grint Archie Holding Jack Howorth Adam Jolly Ben Kennedy Thomas Laing Bill Leyland Owen Michael Max Morphey Kaden Pearce-Paul Alastair Reed Joseph Rees Femi Sanya Iwan Stacey Paddy Tennent Malachy Watts-Adams View the full article
  13. The London Broncos Academy U19’s side will emulate their First Team counterparts this week with a game against St Helens as a curtain raiser for the main game at the Totally Wicked Stadium this Friday. With the first team set to play at 7.45pm the U19’s will kick off at the earlier time of 5pm. Head Coach, Huw Goodwin said, “The boys are looking forward to the experience of a Friday night Super League curtain raiser. It’s tough having a Sunday-Friday turnaround but we’ll try and build on last week’s efforts and still look to improve in several areas.” Goodwin will be looking for his troops to improve on their first outing at the weekend where they came up short against a strong Wigan Warriors side. The Academy Squad to face St Helens on Friday 8th March at 5pm: – Chris Ball Will Budd Max Clarke Ted Davidson Alex Deery Alfie Edwards Joel Fosuhene-Gray Christian Gale Charlie Gamble Delaine Gittens Rory Gray Josh Hodson Rian Horsman Elliott Hutchings Oli Leyland Isiah Lowe-Stewart Rob Oakley Ramon Silva Jonah Varela View the full article
  14. We are excited for the start of the new season for our Under 16 and Under 19 programmes having had a busy pre-season for the staff and players preparing for the games The Under 19s obviously played in the curtain raiser against Wigan who were as always an extremely strong opposition at all levels. The Under 16s start against Newcastle Thunder next Sunday 10th home at Trailfinders against Newcastle thunder From a staffing point there have been a few additions: Nick Naylor (Head of Physiotherapy) and James Hanly (Head of S and C) join the exiting coaching team for the under 19s. At Under 16 level Ian Cairns comes back to club as an assistant coach and Mike Urquhuart as Head of S & C. We welcome all these new members of staff to the existing experienced and dedicated team. We would also like to thank Sorted magazine and LBSA for their continued support of the programmes along with all the community clubs we work with in developing the players who play on our programmes. The Full list of Academy U19’s players can be found on the website London Broncos Scholarship U16’s & 15’s Femi Sayna Brentwood Eels Tommy Porter Brentwood Eels Owen Glover Richmond Will Hunter Hemel Stags Max Allen Hemel Stags Joe Saunders Brentwood Eels Chris Grint Hemel Stags Callum Crozier Eastern Rhinos Archie Holding Brentwood Eels Rhys Cotter Brentwood Eels Max Morphey Hemel Stags Brandon Swindells Hemel Stags Bryn Bradley Elmbridge Eagles Euan Parke Eastern Rhinos Iwan Stacey Elmbridge Eagles Terence Nyamuzinga Hemel Stags Joe Rees Invicta Panthers Dan Cannon Hemel Stags Bill Leyland Invicta Panthers Tom Ramsay Eastern Rhinos Jack Howorth Elmbridge Eagles Tommy Svanidze Elmbridge Eagles Alastair Reed Surrey Sharks Jensen Monk Bromley Bengals Luciano Bejanidze London Skolars Marcus Clarke Rutlish Raiders Malachy Watts Brentwood Eels Theo Martin Rutlish Raiders Tommy Laing London Skolars Charlie Mayhew Elmbridge Eagles Kaden Pearce Paul Invicta Panthers Joe Phillips Rutlish Raiders Adam Jolly Hemel Stags Sam Yorke Medway Dragons Owen Michael Oxford Cavaliers Fred Chapman Brentwood Eels Paddy Tennent Elmbridge Eagles Ben Kennedy Brentwood Eels View the full article
  15. Broncos News

    Ward names squad to face Saints

    London Broncos Head Coach, Danny Ward, has named his squad to face St Helens at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday the 8th March at 7.45pm. Broncos are coming off of the back of a fantastic result against the reigning BetFred Super League Champions, Wigan Warriors, following the 18 – 16 win at Trailfinders on Sunday 3rd March. Ward has made some changes, for the first time this season, to his 19 man squad with, if selected, Jacob Ogden and James Meadows in line to make their Super League debuts. Matt Davis, on loan from Warrington Wolves, comes straight into the 19 as Dixon, Cunningham, Mason, Morgan and Pitts make way. The 19 man London Broncos Squad to face St Helens on Friday 8th March at 7.45pm:- 6 – Jordan Abdull 13 – Sadiq Adebiyi 8 – Eddie Battye 23 – Rob Butler 29 – Matt Davis 17 – Matty Fleming 14 – Matt Fozard 16 – Matty Gee 10 – Mark Ioane 4 – Elliot Kear 11 – Will Lovell 22 – James Meadows 24 – Jacob Ogden 9 – Eloi Pelissier 15 – Greg Richards 28 – Morgan Smith 1 – Alex Walker 2 – Rhys Williams 20 – Luke Yates View the full article