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  1. Broncos win in snowy Doncaster

    London Broncos ventured up a snowy M1 on Sunday 21st of January to face League 1 Doncaster RLFC in their first pre-season friendly of 2018. Danny Ward named a large squad fore the trip giving some of the talented Academy youngster a taste of the action while keeping the bulk of the squad the same as the one that will face this season’s campaign. Doncaster kicked off on the sleet and the game was underway. Both teams clearly felt the arctic conditions with handling errors going back and forth between them until the 21st minute when Doncaster number 14 Connor Scott went over in the corner for the opening try. Jack Miller converted and the hosts were ahead six points to nil. The scrappiness continued until Head Coach Danny Ward brought on Sadiq Adebiyi who followed a strong carry but bulldozing his way over for the first Broncos score of 2018. Having spent a large part of last season on loan at Oldham, Adebiyi had appoint to prove and did so on 25 minutes. Jarrod Sammut converted and we were back level with 12 minutes until the break. Doncaster RLFC however had other ideas and in the 38th minute winger Sam Doherty slid over the line to give the home side a 10-6 lead at the break. Head Coach Danny Ward rang the changes at the start of the second with Will Lovell, Jacob Ogden, Daniel Harrison and Gideon Boafa all coming on and within two minutes Will Lovell stepped up and dived over for his first try on his return to the team. Sammut converted and the visitors lead for the first time by 10 points to 12. Five minutes later the diminutive Sammut danced his way through to the goal line to extend the London lead and once he had converted London moved further ahead by 10 points to 18. Play, again, went through a scrappy period due to the conditions but on 64 minutes Mark Ioane dived over after a barging run to extend the gap to 12 and put London 10 points to 22 in front. Doncaster centre Liam Welham pulled a try back on 76 minutes but it turned out to be no more than a consolation as London went on to record their first win in their first run out of the season. London next face Hull KR in another pre-season friendly on Friday 26th January at 7.30pm. Tries London :- Adebiyi (25) Lovellk(41) Sammut (48) Ioane (64) Goals:- Sammut 2/3, Meadows 0/1 1 – Alex Walker 2 – Rhys Williams 3 – Matty Fleming 4 – Michael Channing 5 – Kieran Dixon 6 – Jarrod Sammut 7 – Api Pewhairangi 8 – Tom Spencer 9 – James Cunningham 10 – Mark Ioane 11 – Jay Pitts (Captain) 12 – Matt Gee 13 – Matt Davis 14 – Jacob Ogden 15 – Ben Hellewell 16 – Kameron Pearce-Paul 17 – Gideon Boafa 18 – Eddie Battye 19 – Matthew Davies 20 – Lewis Bienek 21 – Will Lovell 22 – Daniel Harrison 23 – Sadiq Adebiyi 24 – James Meadows 25 – Daniel Hindmarsh 26 – Robert Butler 27 – Rhys Joel View the full article
  2. Ward names his first Broncos Squad

    Danny Ward has named his first squad, since taking over at London Broncos, for the friendly against Doncaster RLFC. The game at the Keepmoat Stadium will take place on Sunday 21st January with a 3pm kick off. Ward has named a large squad for the first game of his tenure and sees Matty Fleming, Robert Butler, Daniel Hindmarsh and Jacob Ogden potentially making their debut’s for the club with Will Lovell making a return to first team action. There are also a number of talented Academy players in the squad such as Gideon Boafa, James Meadows and Rhys Joel who will all benefit from the experience. The bulk of last seasons squad will again be donning the Broncos shirt with a couple of the many World Cup players being rested for the first pre-season friendly of 2018. Head Coach Danny Ward said, “The boys have been eager to get out there and play following the pre-season work. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to see where we are and to get us up and running. The young lads I’ve brought into the squad will get a feel for the tempo and intensity of the game too.” “This will be a big test for us and will lead us into an even bigger test next week against Hull KR. It will be a big day for me and the club this Sunday with so many of the lads in the squad now being Academy products a fact that we are very proud of. For me, well, I will be immensely proud to lead out a team that is in my bones now and I hope that this can be the first step to proving some people very wrong this year.” Danny Ward’s squad to face Doncaster RLFC 1 – Alex Walker 2 – Rhys Williams 3 – Matty Fleming 4 – Michael Channing 5 – Kieran Dixon 6 – Jarrod Sammut 7 – Api Pewhairangi 8 – Tom Spencer 9 – James Cunningham 10 – Mark Ioane 11 – Jay Pitts (Captain) 12 – Matt Gee 13 – Matt Davis 14 – Jacob Ogden 15 – Ben Hellewell 16 – Kameron Pearce-Paul 17 – Gideon Boafa 18 – Eddie Battye 19 – Matthew Davies 20 – Lewis Bienek 21 – Will Lovell 22 – Daniel Harrison 23 – Sadiq Adebiyi 24 – James Meadows 25 – Daniel Hindmarsh 26 – Robert Butler 27 – Rhys Joel View the full article
  3. Academy promote from within.

    Following the recruitment and selection process for the Under 19s Head Coach position London Broncos are pleased to formally announce that Huw Goodwin has agreed to take the role on. Huw has been with the club for over 5 years starting as an assistant coach on the Scholarship programme and for the last two years as the Under 16 Head Coach. He will also have a new assistant academy coach in the shape of first team captain, Jay Pitts while Danny Mays will continue his role as strength & conditioning coach for the academy side . Previous coach, Jamie Langley, now be able to focus on the first team alone. He has played high level rugby league and handball professionally and then within a coaching capacity worked on multiple rugby league performance programmes in the UK. Huw is a psychologist and his private clinical work has involved working with individual professional sportsmen and delivering work shops on behalf of various bodies such as for the RFU rugby players association (RPA) on aspects of mental skills to Premiership players. Goodwin said, ” I am absolutely delighted to be given such a great opportunity as this. I have worked with many of the current Academy squad in the scholarship programme and this feels like the natural progression for me. Jamie has done a fantastic job with the Academy side as their results showed last season. We have lost a few very good players to the first team but that only goes to show the natural progression and nurturing of the talent we have and can produce here in the south.” Goodwin continued, ” For me now it’s about learning more about the structure and make up of the side and yes we may lose a few games but right now for me it’s about building, again, for the future of London Broncos.” Both the Academy side and Scholarship have their own dedicated sponsors this season with the London Broncos Supporters association on the Academy shirt and Sorted Magazine on the front of the scholarship shirt. Both will also be supported by our Charity partners at Footprints Foundation and Goodwin recognised the need for the sides identities. “I think it’s important for both sides to have their own identity. With the LBSA on board again it means the supporters are taking an active role in the furthering of these boys and they will know who they are when they hopefully move into the first team. The Scholarship have a great opportunity now with their new sponsors too with Sorted magazine giving them a captive audience through the print media as well as all our other channels.” Head of Youth Development, Rob Powell, said, “Huw has shown tremendous commitment to the club over a long time. He is an outstanding coach with a proven track record in performance sport. ” “I think everyone will be glad to continue the ethos of developing good people and promoting those from within our own environment as we have done now for both the Academy and first team here at London Broncos.” View the full article
  4. Follow in the Broncos Footprints.

    London Broncos are delighted to announce the continuation of their charity partnership with The Footprints Foundation for the 2018 season. The Foundation will be sponsoring both the Academy and Scholarship teams and the Footprints Foundation logo will be situated on the back of each team’s playing shirts. Bob Holt, said, “Footprints Foundation are delighted to be partners with the Broncos on the kit4Africa appeal. The rugby league community have been great supporters for a number of years and the appeal has reached many thousands of people.” Kit4Africa has grown over the past few years with many Rugby League clubs from around the country getting involved. London Broncos Community manager, John Keyes, said ” The outpouring of kit from the Rugby League community has been absolutely overwhelming. We have received donations from so many clubs, both professional and amateur, including the likes of Super Leagues Wakefield Trinity, rugby league stalwarts Bradford Bulls and of course our own London Broncos. We have taken the kit out to Africa and have actually seen, first hand, the difference it makes. Just seeing the smiles on the faces in the communities we have worked with makes it all worthwhile.” This year’s Kit4Africa appeal is already up and running and if anyone would like to donate any of their spare or unwanted kit including both boots and trainers please contact John Keyes at john.Keyes@Londonbroncosrl.com View the full article
  5. Friday December 22nd saw London Broncos launch their new away kit while Head Coach, Danny Ward announced his Squad numbers and Captain for the season. In a question and answer session at Trailfinders Ward spoke to the loyal Broncos fans face to face for the first time since taking over. Flanked by first team players Tom Spencer, Jarrod Sammut, Michael Channing and Jay Pitts Ward told the fans what had been going on in pre-season. “We have been working extremely hard on so many different things”, Ward told the crowd. “This group of players have another year together under their belts and we have brought in some fantastic young talent through the Academy system that has proved to be so successful in the past”. When asked about the loss of players in the off season Ward said, “Yes we lost a few players but we are not focusing on that at all. Our focus is us. Not who we play, how they play but its about the Broncos being the best they can be. We have some great halves here and great players all over the pitch”. Ward announced that his Captain for this season will be fans favourite, Jay Pitts. “Its an honour to be able to lead this group of boys”, Pitts said. ” I have to thank Wardy and the other coaching staff for believing in me. I think its about leading off the field as a person as well as on the field as a player”. Last season’s Captain, Daniel Harrison will be Vice Captain this year to Pitts. The New Away shirt was unveiled and is a tribute to the 1999 Challenge Cup Final shirt. Fan seemed to like the shirt as many were snapped up there and then. Danny Ward also announced the squad numbers that will go onto the 2018 shirts and the players that will wear them. The 2018 Squad Numbers are:- Elliot Kear Rhys Williams Ben Hellewell Matt Fleming Kieran Dixon Api Pewhairangi Jarrod Sammut Tom Spencer James Cunningham Mark Ioane Daniel Harrison Jay Pitts Matt Davis Alex Walker Eddie Battye Matty Gee Michael Channing Ben Evans Sadiq Adebiyi Lewis Bienek Will Lovell Kam Pearce-Paul Rob Butler Jacob Ogden Matthew Davies Daniel Hindmarsh View the full article
  6. On Tuesday 19th December, Community Broncos were spreading ‘Christmas Cheer’ at a local primary school. Working in partnership with our charity partner “His Church” members of the first team squad and CEO, Jason Loubser, were on hand to unload the generous food donations at Woodlands Academy. London Broncos Academy player Max Savage, who works full time the school as a Mentor, was assisted by players to pack and distribute the surprise parcels to the families on the last day of term. Richard Humphries from “His Church” told us, “His Church provides a solution for major supermarkets and clothing manufacturers where their surplus stocks are concerned. We work on the ethos the one person’s problem can be another person’s solution. We receive the surplus stock and then redistribute it through some of our amazing charity partners just like we have today with Community Broncos. It’s wonderful to be working with the club and to have the players here unloading and taking an active part in this is fantastic to see”. Richard told us about his conversation with teacher , Sonia Matharu, “Sonia has told me a couple of stories about seeing children walking down the corridor having not had any breakfast and what a difference this delivery today will make to so many families. The teachers here were almost in tears with gratitude and its great to know that a partnership like this with the Broncos will have such a profound effect this Christmas”. We spoke to the teachers who told us, “This delivery will mean a huge amount to everyone here at Woodlands Academy. We have had parents, even this morning, telling us how worried they are about feeding their children with them not getting their school meals over the Christmas period. We have to thank “His Church” and London Broncos for this delivery today. The difference to the lives of the children here will be immense and it teaches the children that there are people out there willing to help and that they too can make a difference. To be honest without Community Broncos here at Woodlands we would not be able to do what we do. Thank you to everyone”. Community Manager, John Keyes, said “Our community initiatives go way beyond the delivery of Rugby League sessions. This new partnership shows that the power of sport working alongside other charity projects can reach those in need and we are delighted to be able to continue to improve the lives of people in our local community” View the full article
  7. London Broncos are delighted to announce the signing, on a one year deal, of London Broncos Ex-Academy player and old boy Will Lovell. Lovell was on trial with the club before the 2016 season but unfortunately got injured in the last week and subsequently did not sign. Since then Will has been looked after by the club and has been an integral part of the community project. We asked Will how it felt to be at the right end of a somewhat perilous journey. “It looked like a very dark road at one point”, Will said, “I am so glad to be on the right side of that now and feel so much stronger both mentally and physically for it”. “I have had so much support especially from John Keyes and the club all the way through my rehab and now am over the moon to be finally fit enough to join the squad for this season. I will still do the community work which I thoroughly enjoy and I am also at St Marys University so it all ties in well.” “Danny Ward has been fantastic with me as he said in pre-season he was willing to give me a trial and since then I have proved that I am still hungry for the game and hungry to put the Broncos colours back on again”. Will last played in the shirt back at The Hive and is looking forward to playing with old teammates again, “Kieran Dixon, Michael Channing and myself all came though the Academy at the same time and all lived together for a time too so I can’t wait to get back out on the pitch with them. Its also a bit weird having known the bulk of the squad for nearly two years now but never played with them but the transition into the squad has been very easy.” Head Coach Danny Ward said, “Will has really impressed during the trial here in pre-season. He has been on our radar since he played for London Skolars and all credit to him for keeping in such good shape during his difficult injuries. We decided, having watched him this last few weeks, that we were happy to offer him a contract. He can offer something different, due to his size, on the edges and at the end of the day Will is one of us and is London Broncos through and through.” To sponsor Will this season you can do it direct through our website both for personal and corporate sponsorship. BUY HERE :-http://bit.ly/2y4m3xY View the full article
  8. Following the recent re structuring in the performance department an exciting coaching opportunity has arisen within in the Academy at London Broncos. The club are recruiting an Under 19 Academy Head Coach to lead the programme for 2018 and beyond. This is a great opportunity to work with professional players in a performance environment and therefore the club are looking for a suitably dynamic, qualified and experienced person The club has a long standing history of developing players who have gone on to obtain full time contracts with the first team and therefore this represents a unique opportunity to work with and influence high performing athletes. There are clear opportunities for personal development around the full time first team as the Academy train on site with the first team which also brings the benefits of a fantastic training environment Last year the Under 19 squad had a very competitive season beating the likes of Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors and the club is looking for the appropriate person to drive the programme forwards Should you wish to learn more about the role or with detail of how to apply please follow the link below http://www.uksport.gov.uk/jobs-in-sport/Under-19-Academy-Head-Coach-UKSP-22654 View the full article
  9. London Broncos can today let the fans of the club know the schedule for pre-season friendlies in the New Year. With our ground share arrangement with Ealing Trailfinders to be taken into consideration, and their schedule continuing through the winter, the First Team will be playing two friendlies both away from Home on the 21st and 26th of January 2018. The Broncos will also be sending an Academy U19 team to play at London Skolars on 27th January. The first, sees us travel to the Keepmoat Stadium, the home of Doncaster RLFC, where we will be kicking off at 3pm, on January 21st, against the League One Side. Doncaster finished 6th in League One in the 2017 season and will be looking to push on again in the season ahead. The following week we travel to the North of England again when we play away at newly promoted Hull Kingston Rovers. This game will take place under the lights on Friday 26th January at 7.30pm at the KCom Stadium. Having secured their return to the Super League, at the first time of asking, Hull KR will be setting their sights on at least not playing in the Qualifiers next year and this will be a good test for both teams. New Head Coach, Danny Ward, said, “I would like to give a big thanks to all at Doncaster and Hull Kingston Rovers for hosting us in our pre-season friendlies.” “We have chosen these games so we can hit the road and get the boys back used to travelling for away games as we do every other week in the championship.” “These teams will provide two very solid hit outs in prep for the new season and we’re really looking forward to them. We will get chance to see all of our 1st team squad in action and also give some young London lads the opportunity to step up from academy after impressing so far in pre-season.” “The Skolars game will give our Academy side a chance to play against a good solid opposition as they start their season too.” “We feel testing ourselves agsainst Super League opposition the week before our opening league fixture will be the best preperation for the season ahead.” Tickets for the pre-season friendlies can be bought direct from the Doncaster RLFC, Hull KR and London Skolars websites. London Broncos start their season at home to newly promoted Barrow Raiders on February 4th at Trailfinders Sports Club and tickets for all this season’s fixtures can be bought here :- http://bit.ly/2AJiXSy View the full article
  10. From Academy to International

    With the London Broncos Academy Trials coming up we caught up with one of their protégé’s who, in the past six months, has progressed from Academy to International. Jacob Ogden has had a busy six months for someone at such a young age. Being signed for the first team on his maiden full time contract and being called up for the pre World Cup friendly, against France, by the Jamaican Rugby League Association. But, with the academy trials just around the corner we asked the young winger how he had started and what it meant to come through the London system. “I started at a team called “Midland Hurricanes” which was a part of the Midlands regional set up. We would play against all the Super League teams and hope to get spotted by their scouts who watched us play. I played in a game against a college side and we sent the video down to London Broncos to take a look at and luckily they liked three of us from that game. They invited us down to an initial one week trial and then we returned home to wait to see how we had done. Well, the call came in and I was down in London again this time on a three month trial. We played some games while here and from that I was offered my place within the London Academy system.” We asked Jacob what his advice would be the young players looking to come down on December 10th. “I would tell them to come down and just go for it. Be strong, focused and just show the coaching team what they can do. Even if you think you are not good enough just let the guys here at Broncos make that decision. All in all just be the best you can be on the day and who knows what might happen.” “London Broncos have produced so many players through this system and I think that’s down to a couple of reasons. Firstly you become a family down here as nearly everyone is away from home or at least some of the boys are. The second thing is that everyone knows, from the outset, how tough it is. We all believe in each other and trust each other down here and I am sure that has been the same throughout the years.” It can be hard for parents too, to be able to let their children take the leap but Jacob assured us his parents were behind him every step of the way. “My Dad used to drive me down from Loughborough three times a week for the first part of my academy life. He was a huge influence on me and without him none of this would have been possible. I think we sometimes forget how much our parents have to give up for us to follow our dreams and that should never be forgotten.” The end of the 2017 season saw Jacob’s career take an upward turn with the signing of his first team contract and getting the call up to Jamaica. “It’s been a crazy journey over the last four or five months. Firstly signing the contract here at Broncos and then actually turning out and scoring for the Jamaica side against France, who were a team going to the World Cup. I cant really remember scoring the try to be honest as the whole team went crazy. But I am so proud of what I have achieved so far and am looking forward to playing well in the first team in the coming season.” The Academy trials take place on the 10th December and to register or find out more information please contact Head of Youth Development, Rob Powell, by the 6th of December :- rob.powell@londonbroncosrl.com View the full article
  11. What: London Broncos Under 19 Academy Trial When: Sunday 10th December. 14:45 Registration 15:00 Start Where: Trailfinders Sports Club, Ealing, W13 0DD Who: Anyone with a birth date between 1.9.98-31.8.2001 The London Broncos will be holding an Open Trial for its Under 19 Academy programme on Sunday 10th December at Trailfinders Sports Club. These are open to any school,college, university or club players and is for both those who currently play rugby league and also those who may play other sports. The Under 19 Academy programme is on the pathway to becoming a full time professional rugby league player and the squad, this season, will train three times a week between November 2017 and September 2018 on week nights between 18:00-21:00. Last year the squad had a very competitive season beating the likes of Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors and we will see between 20 and 24 competitive fixtures this season in a structured league between February and August. This will include home and away fixtures against all the Super League Under 19 Academies. The players in the Academy squad are paid and classed as part time professional players. The whole academy (Under 16 Scholarship and Under 19s Academy) was accredited this year where the overall rating was ‘GOOD’. This placed the club alongside Super League academies such as Castleford Tigers to name but one. The squad share the facility with the First team and the programme includes both field training sessions on the 4G pitch (so you will need boots (no metal studs) for the trial) as well as gym based sessions in the first class strength and conditioning suite. There are also regular educational sessions on topics such as – mental skills, diet/nutrition and talks from external agencies such as St Mary’s University (who are an official partner). Should you wish to trial please contact Head of Youth Development, Rob Powell, at rob.powell@londonbroncosrl.com , for the registration/consent form, which MUST be sent back to the same email address by Wednesday 6th December. Both players pictured above are products of the London Broncos Academy. Jacob Ogden and Rob Butler have both just signed First Team contracts with the club. View the full article
  12. Young Bronco takes his chance.

    For some 19 year olds life can be a bit of a breeze sometimes but not for Matt Davies. Towards the end of the 2017 season the then head Coach made the decision to release Matt Davies as he had enough players in the positions in which the talented 19 year old could play. Matt decided to take up the offer of an apprenticeship with The London Rugby League Foundation and be based in Ealing so as to work with the Broncos Community project. We spoke to Matt to find out what his off season had been like. “Obviously I got released earlier on in the season and really wasn’t sure what was going to happen. I just knew that I had to focus on the opportunity the London Rugby League Foundation had given me. Then I received a call from the club asking me if I would join in with pre-season training and of course I jumped at the chance. Losing two players in the halfback & hooker positions meant that I could maybe have a chance of showing Danny Ward, the new Head Coach, what I could do.” “Initially I had planned to play for London Skolars and their head coach kept texting me to see what was happening. Jamie Langley told me that there could be a spot for me in the first team and he and Danny Ward have been amazing in giving me this opportunity. I finally signed with the first team just before the pre-season started and its the best feeling in the world.” Matt told us about his plans moving forward, ” I will continue to do my Apprenticeship whilst playing here”, he said. ” It means that I will be working a lot for John Keyes and Dan Steele with the different programmes in the schools around Ealing. Coaching sessions with the kids while also implementing the Change For Life initiative”. “Obviously I was a bit worried about training and continuing the work I had started but between the coaches and the community programme they have worked out a way for me to do both. I have already started on the plans we made and I am really enjoying it even if it does mean a very early start to get to the gym and be ready for the day”. With pre-season now three weeks old Matt told us, “Its going really well I think. I had an idea what it would be like as I trained last year too. This group of players are like a family to be honest. A really tight knit group and not many changes from last year. Obviously, Matty Fleming has joined us and he has fitted in really quickly. We are still looking forward to getting the boys back from the World Cup and then we can really dig in after the Christmas break”. “The season will be a tough one, no doubt, what with Toronto coming up and Leigh coming down but we still believe that have what it takes to make the top four if not the top two next year. We are all in a positive frame of mind and the Head Coach has really been working hard with us all”. London Broncos start their season on February 4th at home to newcomers Barrow Raiders. View the full article
  13. Broncos launch new shirt for 2018

    London Broncos launch their new home shirt for the upcoming 2018 Championship Season. The new season sees the Broncos start a new kit deal with Errea Sport through our partners Buy Sports Kit Pro. A whole range of teamwear and leisure wear has been produced for the London side and will soon be online for fans to buy and wear with pride. The home shirt, designed by Errea in Italy, has undertones of the early Fulham days of the club and sees many new sponsors on the kit for the first time. New headline sponsor, Bartercard, makes a long awaited return to the front of the shirt. We Are Gntlmen, Hawk IT Services and St Marys University are placed on the sleeves this year with The Dalton Grant, former Olympic High Jumper, Training Academy on the collar. Dacia Retail is on the front chest section of the shirt for the first time at the Broncos and it will see them being a valuable Community partner. The back of the shirt sees our nutrition partner, My Protein, at the top and at the bottom you will find our Fitness partners at Nuffield Health UK. Broncos CEO, Jason Loubser, Commented, “We are delighted with the work put in by Buy Sports Kit and Errea to produce this shirt. The sponsors that we have bring real value to the club and shows the continued improvement off the field. We hope our fans love the shirt as much as the players and coaching staff here do.” The replica has a limited availability in the Club Shop online and can be pre-ordered from today for delivery by Christmas Buy Your Shirt Now :- http://bit.ly/2iqzcZI View the full article
  14. London Broncos are delighted to announce yet another two partners for the 2018 season. Health and Fitness giants Nuffield Health have been a part of the club for a year now but we will now see them on the replica and playing shirts for 2018. The deal will see the first team using the Nuffield Health and Fitness centre in Ealing for a large part of their S & C and recovery after each game. The players will have the opportunity to use the excellent gym facilities as well as the pool each week. Ealing Gym General Manager Kayleigh Ann Smith said, “We are very excited at the fact we have now signed a new deal with the London Broncos. Now not only sees Nuffield Health support the team on a local level but on a national one too. The relationship between us and the team has gone from strength to strength over the past year and we hope, with our help, they can get back to the highest level of the game where they belong. For more information on Nuffield Health please go to www.nuffieldhealth.com The second partnership we are excited to announce is with Dacia Retail Group, London West, who will also appear on this year’s playing shirt. The car manufacturer comes on board as part of the community programme here at London Broncos and sees them providing the project with a brand new Dacia Duster. The car will provide much needed help to the Community project and their ability to reach out to schools further afield within the Borough of Ealing and beyond. Group Marketing Manager for both Dacia Retail Group & Renault Retail Group, Elina Karppinen, said “We are excited to announce our partnership with the London Broncos. They are a fantastic club with an exciting future and an extremely passionate fan base. We are eager to build on Dacia’s support of the community game and as the new Community Partner of the London Broncos, we look forward to supporting the fantastic grassroots initiatives in the local area.” Broncos CEO, Jason Loubser said of the new partnerships, ” These are two marquee additions to the Broncos shirt this season. Nuffield Health provided a fantastic service last season and we are looking forward to taking the partnership to the next level this. Dacia are a household name, throughout Rugby League and we are extremely excited about them being a part of the award winning Community project here at the club.” To find out more about Dacia London West please go to :- https://www.daciaretail.co.uk/find-a-dealer/dacia-london-west/ With so many big names involved at London Broncos for the coming season why don’t you join in too and make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to buy your 2018 Season Ticket now :- http://bit.ly/2xd0ebx View the full article
  15. London Broncos are delighted to announce yet more new partners for the 2018 Season. Having sponsored at the Corporate player level for the 2017 season Hawk IT Services have now taken their sponsorship of the club to the next level. Their logo will, this year, feature on the playing shirt and replicas signifying a huge step for the club behind the scenes. Hawk COO, Sarah Pomeroy, said, “Hawk is extremely excited to continue the partnership started last year. Expanding on our e-ticketing solution we’re looking to revolutionise sports club management with our flagship CRM solution. Our goal is to help London Broncos be the leader in fan engagement.” With the initial e-ticketing solution implemented, for online customers, last season Hawk are looking to again improve the system. Customers will have the facility to see a Smartphone ready season ticket which will be stored on the handset, in the wallet, therefore alleviating the chance to misplace or lose the ticket itself. Broncos CEO, Jason Loubser, said, “The e-ticket solution of last season really helped to streamline our entry system for home games. With the new season tickets we hope to make the game day experience a more pleasurable one for our fans.” Hawk IT Services is a specialist IT partner providing a comprehensive business IT support services. Services span telecommunications, data centres, hosting, small business networks, cloud services, desktop support, offsite backups, onsite and remote support services. With an experienced leadership and decades of experience Hawk was created to offer an energetic refreshing change to IT services. For more information go to :- www.hawkitservices.com This season we also see a new sponsor of our Kids club area “Foals Corner”. Street Pong UK are a company who have taken the old game Beer Pong and turned it into a life size game for kids to play. This will be in the Foals area at every home game along with bouncy castles and the usual fun events. Street Pong will also be sponsoring our matchday mascots and will be making sure that this years goodie bags are extra special. Kevin Dougall from Street Pong told us, ” We are delighted to be part of a fantastic team right here in the capital. We hope that we can make the matchday experience for the kids one they will remember. We have got some great brands on board to support us with the likes of Slush Puppie, Britvic and Top Trumps providing mascot gifts.” The Foals club memberships are still available through our website so don’t miss out on giving your little one the chance to walk out with the team. Buy now :- http://bit.ly/2zKCMFt You too can become a sponsor in the same way as Hawk and Street Pong. For Personal and Corporate player sponsorships please click here :-http://bit.ly/2y4m3xY View the full article