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  1. The Lancashire and Yorkshire Academy ‘Origin’ squads to face the Australian Schoolboys have today been announced with London Broncos Under 19 player, Oli Leyland, picked for the Lancashire side. Oli has been playing rugby league for many years now starting at Medway Dragons and then Invicta Panthers. He has been through the Broncos Scholarship programme and is now in the Academy side here in the Capital. Oli has flourished since joining the ever successful U19 system under the watchful gaze of Rob Powell, Head of Youth Development and Under 19 Head Coach, Huw Goodwin, showing that London is continuing to produce more and more home grown talent. There are four new faces in the Lancashire squad: Christian Kellett, who joins eight of his St Helens team mates in the side, Wigan Warriors’ Reece Hamlett and Sam Halsall and Leyland of the Broncos, who is the only representative in either side from a Southern club. The Lancashire side will be coached by former Rochdale Hornets coach Ian Talbot, supported by two-times Steve Prescott Man of Steel winner, Paul Sculthorpe. Leeds Rhinos dominate the Yorkshire ‘Origin’ squad with eight representatives including call ups for Muizz Mustapha, Callum McLelland and Tom Holroyd. City of Hull Academy players Conor Wynn, Elliott Wallis and Jack Brown are also new additions to the squad, alongside Robbie Storey of Castleford Tigers and Newcastle Thunder’s Rory Nettleton. Former England and Huddersfield Giants player Luke Robinson will coach the Yorkshire side against the visitors. The Yorkshire division take on the Australian Schoolboys at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle, Castleford on Wednesday, November 28 (KO 7.30pm) before Lancashire come head-to-head with the visitors at the Manchester Regional Arena on Saturday, December 1 (KO 3.00pm). England Academy will then take on the Australian Schoolboys at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday, December 8 (KO 2.00pm) and the Emerald Headingley Stadium on Friday, December 14 (KO 7.30pm). Squads for the England Academy fixtures will be announced later this month. Lancashire ‘Origin’ Squad in full: Aiden Roden (Wigan Warriors) Ben Davies (Widnes Vikings) Christian Kellett (St Helens) Ethan Havard (Wigan Warriors) Jack Welsby (St Helens) Jake Wingfield (St Helens) James McDonnell (Wigan Warriors) Jarrod O’Connor (Widnes Vikings) Jayden Hatton (Widnes Vikings) Joe Sharratt (St Helens) Joe Shorrocks (Wigan Warriors) John Hutchings (St Helens) Josh Simm (St Helens) Matthew Foster (St Helens) Nathan Wilde (Wigan Warriors) Oliver Leyland (London Broncos) Reece Hamlett (Wigan Warriors) Sam Halsall (Wigan Warriors) Sam Royle (St Helens) Tom Nisbet (St Helens) Yorkshire ‘Origin’ Squad in full: Muizz Mustapha (Leeds Rhinos) Callum McLelland (Leeds Rhinos) Conner Wynne (City of Hull Academy) Corey Johnson (Leeds Rhinos) Dom Young (Huddersfield Giants) Elliot Wallis (City of Hull Academy) Jack Broadbent (Leeds Rhinos) Jack Brown (City of Hull Academy) Jack Flynn (Huddersfield Giants) Keelan Foster (Bradford Bulls) Lewis Carr (Castleford Tigers) Lewis Peachey (Castleford Tigers) Louis McConnell (Leeds Rhinos) Mikey Lewis (City of Hull Academy) Owen Trout (Leeds Rhinos) Robbie Storey (Castleford Tigers) Rory Nettleton (Newcastle Thunder) Rowan Milnes (Bradford Bulls) Tom Holroyd (Leeds Rhinos) Tyler Dupree (Leeds Rhinos) View the full article
  2. Rugby League will return to Anfield Stadium for the second time in six months next May when the Dacia Magic Weekend hits Merseyside. Liverpool FC’s iconic stadium provided the perfect setting for England’s memorable Second Test win against New Zealand last week, and now all 12 Betfred Super League clubs can relish the prospect of playing in front of The Kop after today’s meeting of the Super League board ratified the move. Super League broke new ground in 2007 when the Magic Weekend was established, with a regular round of fixtures taken to the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Since then it has also been staged at Murrayfield, Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium, and for the last four years St James’s Park in Newcastle – and the concept has now been adopted in the Southern Hemisphere by the National Rugby League, who will stage a full round of matches at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium next May. The 2018 Dacia Magic Weekend attracted an aggregate attendance of more than 64,000, and as ever the players relished the top of the ground conditions with a feast of tries, and an average of more than 50 points scored in each of the six games. The fixtures at the 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend will include a repeat of the 2018 Betfred Super League Grand Final, with champions Wigan Warriors facing Warrington Wolves in the last of the three games on Saturday May 25 (1900 kick-off) – giving the Wolves the opportunity to take revenge not only for their defeat at Old Trafford last month, but also for the 38-10 drubbing inflicted by Wigan in Newcastle last May. The Anfield programme has been determined by ranking position from the 2018 season, meaning that the other two teams who earned places in the top four – St Helens and Castleford Tigers – will clash in another mouth-watering fixture to round off the weekend on Sunday May 26 (1800). Wakefield Trinity and Catalans Dragons will share the honour of playing the first Dacia Magic Weekend fixture at Anfield Stadium at 1400 on the Saturday, and their match will be followed by Hull FC versus Huddersfield Giants at 1630 – before Wigan and Warrington take centre stage. The Sunday programme begins with Salford Red Devils facing Hull Kingston Rovers (1300), while London Broncos have been handed a match against fellow 2018 Qualifiers, Leeds Rhinos (1530), in our first Magic Weekend appearance since 2014. All six matches will be shown live on Sky Sports, as part of their extensive, exclusive live coverage of the Betfred Super League. Robert Elstone, the Super League chief executive, said: “On behalf of the Super League clubs, we’re delighted to be taking the Dacia Magic Weekend to one of the most famous stadiums in the world. “Anfield and Liverpool Football Club have embraced our sport – throughout all our discussions on the Magic Weekend, they made it very clear to us that they wanted that relationship to continue. The game should be proud that Anfield has become a rugby league venue. “I would also like to thank Mayor Joe Anderson for his support for what will be a great weekend for Super League and the City of Liverpool. I had the privilege of working in the city for more than a decade and I know Super League fans will have a great time not only at Anfield but in one of our country’s most vibrant and exciting cities. The place is special – it’s a perfect fit for the celebratory atmosphere of Magic. “I’d also like to thank the City of Newcastle and Newcastle United for hosting the Magic Weekend so well over the past four seasons. They’ve created so many great memories for Super League and our fans, and have set the bar very high for Liverpool. Newcastle has inked its place into Super League history.” Tickets for the 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend will go on sale on Monday 19 November 2018 via and the Super League clubs. 2019 Dacia Magic Weekend fixtures in full Saturday May 25 1400 – Wakefield Trinity v Catalans Dragons 1630 – Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants 1900 – Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves Sunday May 26 1300 – Salford Red Devils v Hull Kingston Rovers 1530 – Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos 1800 – St Helens v Castleford Tigers View the full article
  3. Broncos News

    Tag Rugby comes to Pitshanger Lane

    The Brentham Club played host to the latest Tag Rugby festival in the Borough of Ealing hosted by the award winning Featherstone School Sports Partnership in association with London Broncos Rugby League. Head of Community sport at Featherstone Sports Centre, Juma Abdullahi told us, “Featherstone School Sports Partnership’s Year 5/6 Tag Rugby School Games competition brought together over 200 children of all abilities from 20 primary schools. This fun packed day of Rugby League gave children the opportunity to get active through the sport. A special thank you to the London Broncos for their support during the day, providing excellent referees and giving the children a photo opportunity with the Rugby League Million Pound Game Trophy and club mascot. Without the help of the London Bronco’s we wouldn’t have been able to deliver such a memorable and successful competition. Thank you Bronco’s.” Berrymeade School Acton Woodlands Academy The Community Project at London Broncos were delighted to be a part of such a fantastic festival and Community manager John Keyes said, ” Following the club’s promotion to Super League we are delighted to be able to support the development of Rugby League in the Borough of Ealing. It was great to see so many young people participating. We will look to support as many local events as we can throughout the next twelve months.” View the full article
  4. London Broncos are delighted to announce that Sorted magazine will again be a part of the club for the 2019 Super League Season. This year Sorted will again sponsor the Scholarship squad but will extend their partnership to become our written Media Partner. Each edition of the magazine will feature the London Broncos with fixture lists, adverts for games, retail offers etc and also an editorial feature on a First team player within the pages too. CEO Jason Loubser said, “Sorted Magazine were a great partner to the club last season with their sponsorship of the under 16 side along with match sponsorships and many other things too. Being able to put our name inside the magazine is yet another way of expanding the brand and trying to make the players more well known in Rugby League circles and beyond.” Sorted magazine Editor, Steve Legg told us, “It’s a thrill to be a part of London Broncos success story again this season. We’re sport mad at Sorted so it’s a perfect partnership.” Player Sponsorships are available by contacting the club :- View the full article
  5. Broncos News

    Cyber Radio join the Broncos team

    London Broncos are delighted to announce a brand new partnership with Cyber Radio. The partnership, which will see Cyber Radio on the new shirts, will give London Broncos a mouthpiece, through radio advertising, throughout the areas covered by the expanding DAB stations. Cyber Radio are the fastest growing DAB radio chain in the UK with 3 stations CYBER HITS/CYBER ROCK/CYBER GOLD on DAB in London/Surrey/West Kent and East Berkshire. They are also on DAB in Brighton/Glasgow/Norwich/Cambridge and Bristol and soon in Birmingham and Manchester with a radio-player on-line and mobile platforms world wide. Their daily schedule sees 53 mins of music per hour with commercials at the top of the hour only and with only six to eight presenter breaks maximising the time given to companies to advertise. With DAB as the fastest growing radio listening in the UK, with London/Surrey having the highest amount of listeners on DAB with over 85% now listening to DAB radio in their cars, it will give the Broncos the opportunity to reach a far wider audience as they start their 2019 Super League campaign. Club CEO, Jason Loubser said, ” We are very excited about the new partnership with Cyber Radio. More and more people listen to radio whether at home or on the move and having the ability to reach those people through targeted advertising will only be a good thing for the club. The advertising will make more people aware of London Broncos and also help in attracting them to our matches when we kick our Super League campaign in February.” CEO Tatiana Safonova told us, ” We are delighted to tie up with the London Broncos as this follows on nicely with our Rugby Union sponsorship for the Varsity match and County Cricket T/Twenty sponsorships taking our portfolio across many sports.” “We see this as a great way of promoting our brand which covers all aspects of music from pop and dance to Rock and Sixties over our 3 stations in London and beyond and we look forward to working with the London Broncos promoting all their home matches on air via commercials and our presenters including competitions that fans of the club can benefit from.” View the full article
  6. Broncos News

    Broncos back in the Super League

    London Broncos return to the Super League in 2019 with a home game which will see Wakefield Trinity visit Trailfinders on Sunday 3rd February with a 3pm Kick off. Fans will no doubt be anxious to see the schedule and the anticipation throughout the off season has been clearly palpable on all the club’s social media channels. The fixtures come thick and fast with the highlights being the games at Home against Castleford Tigers on Sky on Saturday February 23rd in Round 4 with another home game against the current Super League Champions, Wigan Warriors, in Round 5 again at Trailfinders on Sunday March 3rd at 3pm. St Helens come to town on July 21st at 3pm while two rounds earlier we welcome back former coach, Andrew Henderson, and Warrington Wolves on Saturday July 6th at 3pm. Easter sees the visit of Catalans Dragons to Ealing with a game on Thursday April 18th at 7.45pm before we make two trips, this season, to Perpignan on Saturday 15th June, on Sky & Saturday 17th August at 6pm also on Sky with the final home game of the season on Sunday 1st September against Leeds Rhinos at 3pm. The Dacia Magic Weekend will be played on the second Bank Holiday weekend in May (Round 16) with fixtures and the venue for the 2019 festival to be confirmed next week. Each team will play 29 fixtures – 14 at home and 14 away, plus the Magic round – meaning they play seven of the other 11 teams three times, and the other four twice. That fixture pattern has been determined by the teams’ finishing positions in 2018. Old Trafford will stage the 22nd Grand Final on Saturday October 12, the culmination of a return to the Top Five Play-Offs which produced the original Grand Final in 1998 – when Jason Robinson’s famous try set up Wigan’s 10-4 win against Leeds. That means the winners of the League Leaders’ Shield could take a direct passage to Old Trafford with victory in a single home match in the second round of the Play-Offs – whereas the team finishing fifth would have to win three away matches to make the Grand Final. Robert Elstone, the chief executive of Super League Europe, said: “The 2019 season will mark a change of direction for the Super League, and the start of exciting new beginnings. “We want our fans to be really excited about that first weekend, and how better to do that than with a Saints-Wigan derby, pitting the champions against their local rivals who were also last year’s League Leaders? And then to follow it up with a Hull derby? “We’re equally excited about the extra Saturday games which our broadcast partners at Sky Sports are showing in the early stages of the season, allowing the drama of the opening round of matches to unfold throughout the weekend. “Throw in the World Club Challenge between Wigan Warriors and the Sydney Roosters, the unique appeal and challenge of Super League’s Easter weekend – and of course the season builds to a real climax with the battle for places in the Top Five Play-Offs, building to the Betfred Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.” Tickets for all London Broncos Home Games for 2019 will be available from the Club Website from Monday 12th November. View the full article
  7. Broncos News

    More Voodoo at Broncos

    London Broncos is pleased to announce that Voodoo Mouthguards have signed a new two year contract to be the clubs Official Mouthguard partner as we move into the 2019 Super League Season. Essex based company, Voodoo, provided the club with their mouthguards for the 2018 season which saw it culminating in the promotion through the Million Pound game in the 2018 season. This season will see the Voodoo Mouthguards logo adorn the back of the First Team playing shorts in a new deal that will make sure both First Team and Academy players are protected against injury. Voodoo Mouthguards will be providing the players with custom made mouthguards personally designed for London Broncos RL. Voodoo Directors, Brodie & Jack Gutteridge, told us , ” On behalf of Voodoo Mouthguards we are extremely excited to have the opportunity to support and supply protection to London Broncos. We are looking forward to joining London Broncos as they move into their newly promoted Super League position.” Head of Medical, Dan Watson told us, “Voodoo have provided the players with a highly protective and comfortable mouth guard during our promotion winning campaign and I am delighted to continue working together for a further two years” Club CEO Jason Loubser told us, ” Player welfare is of the utmost importance to us here at London Broncos from First Team all the way to the scholarship team. We are delighted to continue the relationship with Voodoo Mouthguards and with their help we can ensure the safety of all of the squads here in London.” View the full article
  8. Broncos News

    The Broncos Blog

    November’s here! I wonder how many of us have started the countdown ? No I don’t mean to Christmas I mean how many days left until the first Super League game ? Put it this way if there’s only eight weeks until Christmas then there’s only 12 weeks until the Rugby League season kicks off again and whilst I’m currently having a great time watching some fantastic rugby union stuff, which I’m sure you all are as well, I can’t wait for the Broncos to be off and doing their thing showing the world they seriously deserve their new status as a Super League club, oh and it’s not too far away that the lovely new kits will be available from BSK Pro. @BuyKit messaged me last week to tell me the kit should be available in November ! Watch this space for the actual date as they said they would let me know, I have one very excited little lad waiting for his ! The Twitter news on the Broncos feed since my article last week has brought us a constant stream of good news regarding new signings, from Matty Fozzard the fleet footed Welshman to newly announced Gideon Boafo. Congratulations to Gideon who at the young age of 19 has signed with a Super League club as his first full time contract. What a total Buzz for him, amazing to think he’s been with the Broncos since he was 15 and has progressed through the academy development program, talk about a successful home grown talent good news story, along with yesterday’s announcement that Jordan Abdull is coming over to us from Hull FC the updates are coming quicker than I can keep track of. New blood joining the ranks of home grown players developed by the club, such as Matt Davies who has also re-signed for the next season at this stage allowing everyone the time to bond before the new season. The next season will also have us witnessing play by the very experienced Greg Richards who at just 23 has 100 games to his credit, with something like 70 played at super league level . All in all we are being treated to some brilliant new additions to the team and this can only be of real benefit to the team going into the 2019 season, adding to the great bunch of guys we already have. Seriously an exciting time to be a Broncos fan! Some news from Rugby League in general this week. If you want to have a mosey on across to the website there is the opportunity to win a signed Billy Boston MBE shirt. Billy is widely celebrated as one of the games greatest ever players, with 31 appearances for the country and as Wigan’s highest ever try scorer, a prize well worth winning in my view. My final mention and welcome this week goes to the Broncos new sponsor Global Smartdot Ltd. Their EMF exposure management system seems like it could give our guys a boost by protecting them from harmful emissions from phones and laptops and such like. I must say I don’t really understand how it works so I’m going to head over to their website to find out more. Welcome to the winning team that is the London Broncos Guys! Yours in sport Mike Molloy About the author Mike Molloy, is an experienced freelance professional writer & Author He regularly writes blog content on a variety of topics including Rugby League, food, hotels, travel & skiing to primary school pupil literacy and more. Twitter @MikeMolloy08 Facebook/ Mike Molloy author #mikemolloyauthor #WeAreLondon #thenanatroll #mikemolloyechowarrior View the full article
  9. Broncos News

    New Signing Announcement

    London Broncos are delighted to announce the signing of half-back Jordan Abdull, after reaching an agreement with Hull FC, on a one year deal. The 22 year old is yet another young player joining the club with Super League experience having made his debut for Hull FC in 2014 against Wakefield Trinity. He played 54 times for his boyhood club while also spending time out on loan at Doncaster and Featherstone Rovers. Abdull spent the 2017 season on loan across the city at Hull Kingston Rovers playing 23 times for the Robins and scoring 12 tries in the process but returned to Hull FC for the 2018 season making 10 appearances for the Black and Whites. Abdull told us, ” I am delighted to be able to have a new opportunity in Super League down in the Capital. Its a really big move for me and I am looking forward to living and working in a new city and hopefully I can have a good year on the field and help the side in everyway that I can.” Head Coach Danny Ward said, “We are very pleased to have Jordan on board at the Broncos. He is an exciting, young British half-back who already has Super League experience with Hull FC.” “Jordan is a player I have liked since I coached the Academy against him a few years ago and am now really looking forward to working with him as we move into the 2019 season.” David Hughes, Broncos Chairman said, ” Yet another exciting young player with bags of talent and experience is joining us here in London and I am looking forward to seeing Jordan fit into the already successful set up that Danny Ward has created.” Player Sponsorships, both Personal and Corporate, are available on request from the club :- View the full article
  10. Broncos News

    London Academy produces again

    London Broncos are delighted to announce that 19 year old Gideon Boafo has put pen to paper on his first full time professional contract with club. Boafo, who has been with the club since the age of 15, started in the player development centre before progressing to the London Scholarship programme until he was 16. At 16 he was taken into the Academy system where he has continued to progress under the guidance of Rob Powell, Head of Youth Development, Jamie Langley and most recently Huw Goodwin. Gideon told us, ” I am absolutely delighted to be able to sign for the first team for 2019. Its the dream of every player coming through the system to make it to the highest level and pull on the shirt especially now the club are back in Super League.” Boafo also said, ” I would not have been able to do this without the fantastic coaching I have had through the years and want to take the opportunity to say thank you to Danny Ward for having belief in me, Jamie, Huw and Rob for making me the player that I am now. I know I still have a lot to learn but am excited to be a part of the 2019 Broncos side.” Having worked with Gideon for a number of years Rob Powell said, “‘I am really pleased for Gideon. He has played rugby league for a long time having come through Croydon hurricanes and then spent 5 years on our programme. He should be commended for the fact he has lived on the other side of London and always found a way to get to training. Gideon has had set backs along the way and he is a great example of what can be achieved if you continue to work hard towards your goal.” Head Coach Danny Ward said, “Gideon has been rewarded for consistently performing over the last few years for our under 19’s team. He is an exciting player, equally at home on the wing or at full back and his performances saw him awarded as the player of the year this season. We have shown that the pathway is there for our juniors to develop and we can’t wait to see Gideon continue to grow in our full time environment.” Broncos Chairman, David Hughes told us, ” We have been impressed with Gideon at the Academy level and we can promote yet another of our home grown products. The success last season of players like Meadows, Butler, Hindmarsh, Davis and Davies clearly shows the development at the club and I am sure that Gideon will be another success story.” Player Sponsorship is available on request from the club :- View the full article
  11. Broncos News

    Matt Davies re-signs at Broncos

    London Broncos can today announce that young hooker, Matthew Davies, has re-signed for the club for one more year until the end of the 2019 Super League Season. Davies who was on an apprenticeship contract while working with the London Rugby League Foundation and the Broncos Community programme has now signed a full time contract at the club. Despite his age Matt has gained invaluable experience throughout 2018 culminating in the final pass of the Million Pound Game where Broncos gained their promotion to Super League. Matt said, “I am really happy to be staying here at London Broncos for another year. Playing in the Million Pound game was a fantastic experience and I am now looking forward to hopefully making my Super League debut in 2019. Head Coach Danny Ward said, “Matty has progressed very well this year and we are delighted to offer him a new deal. From rupturing a bicep in the pre-season trial to starring in the MPG, Matty certainly had a year he’ll never forget.” “Another product of our Broncos academy system, he is a smart footballer who will benefit from another year in a full time environment. David Hughes, Broncos Chairman told us, “Matt is another product of the fantastic Academy set up here at the club. He proved his worth last season and it will be exciting to see him at the next level this year.” View the full article
  12. Broncos News

    New Signing Announcement

    London Broncos are delighted to announce the signing of Greg Richards on a two year contract. Richards, who was released by Leigh Centurions earlier this year, will join the Broncos ranks as they look to cement their place in Super League in the 2019 season. The 23 year old former St Helens player already has 100 career appearances under his belt while also winning the Grand Final with the Saints in 2014. Richards will bring more Super League experience to the London side having played over 70 times in the competition. Richards told us, “I am really excited to join London Broncos. The club has a fantastic mentality and the way Danny Ward and his team put their trust in the players in the Million Pound Game was something I watched and thought I wanted to be a part of. I am looking forward to a new environment and who wouldn’t be happy to be playing in the capital with what seems to be a great bunch of lads.” Head Coach Danny Ward said, ” Greg is only young but has already played in over 70 Super League games and won a Grand Final with St Helens. His experience will prove invaluable as we work our way through next season.” Broncos Chairman, David Hughes said, ” We are excited to bring Greg to London and know that he will bring something new to our side with the experience of Super League that he already has.” Player Sponsorship will be available and for more information please contact :- View the full article
  13. London Broncos are proud to today announce an exciting new sponsorship partnership with the High Performance Programme Global SmartDot Ltd. Smartdot is the Official EMF Protection Partner in London Broncos High Performance Partnership Programme. Smartdot will be working with the players to improve blood oxygenation by managing EMF exposure. The Programme is designed to improve player performance levels and recovery times. Global SmartDot Director, Steven Moors, said, “Energydots are very excited at the opportunity to work with London Broncos. We are very excited about this partnership and are looking forward to a successful season working alongside London Broncos.” Broncos Head of Strength and conditioning, Mike Eccles said, “We will be working with SmartDot to help the team to improve their blood oxygen levels by managing EMF exposure. We expect to see improvements in energy levels and recovery times of the players.” We would like to thank Michael Jackson at Elite Sports Marketing for facilitating this arrangement. For More information go to:- View the full article
  14. London Broncos award winning community project, under the watchful eye of John Keyes, has again had more success in one of the local schools with whom they work closely. Woodlands Academy were in special measures when the community team first started working with them and have since gone from strength to strength. One initiative is the school sports partnership where players go into the schools and incorporate both Maths and English alongside Rugby League. Assistant Head Teacher, Sonia Magan told us, “Woodlands Academy were fortunate enough to work alongside the London Broncos on many projects last academic year.” “One particular project that had a strong impact on our successful results in Maths last year was the Bronco Maths Booster.” “Led by Will Lovell, a professional player, pupils combined Maths and Sports in to a fun booster session. Pupils were extremely engaged in the session which consisted of 45 minutes of Maths problem solving questions which were directly linked to their SATS learning followed by a 15 minute Rugby game. This kept our pupils coming back week after week! They were learning all the important stuff in a fun & exciting way!” “As a result of this partnership, we have had a massive 700% increase in our Maths results when compared to the previous year & our progress for Reading, Writing & Maths combined put us in the top 10 schools in Ealing. We look forward to continuing working with the London Broncos this year & have many exciting projects coming up so watch this space!” Community Manager John Keyes said, “We were delighted to win the Community project of the Year at this years Championship awards. The work of the School Sports Partnership has been fantastic in enabling so many different initiatives throughout the Borough of Ealing and especially at Woodlands Academy where they had some problems that we were happy to help out with. Winning the award two years out of the last three, shows the great work that the team are doing and also highlights the need for more community projects like this in and around the Rugby League community as a whole.” London Broncos continue to spread their Community net throughout the South East with now over 23 schools in the London Borough of Ealing being helped by John Keyes and his fantastic team. View the full article
  15. Broncos News

    New Signing Announcement

    London Broncos Rugby League is delighted to announce the signing of 25 year old prop forward Nathan Mason on a two year deal. Mason, who came through the Huddersfield Giants Academy system, has decided to make London his home for the next two seasons following talks with Head Coach Danny Ward. Mason spent the 2018 season on loan at Leigh Centurions from his parent club Huddersfield playing 22 times for the Leythers in the process. The 6ft 5 inch prop played 33 times for Huddersfield before spending time on loan at Batley and Oldham. Head Coach Danny Ward said, “Nathan came through the ranks at Huddersfield and burst into the 1st team at an early age. He’s a big human being and will hopefully bring something a bit different to the team.” Mason said, ” I am buzzing to be able to get back into Super League and the opportunity with London was one I couldn’t turn down. I have spoken to a few lads who know Danny Ward and they had only good things to say about him and the club. I am looking forward now to next season and a new experience with London Broncos.” Broncos Chairman David Hughes said, ” Nathan is another exciting young talent with Super League experience and I am looking forward to seeing him in a Broncos shirt in 2019.” Player Sponsorship will be available soon. Please contact us for more information :- View the full article