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Broncos v Skolars - HAC 11th Jan 2 p.m

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Capital Challenge Date Announced

11th October 2012

On Friday 11th January 2013 London Skolars will play the 9th annual Capital Challenge between themselves and Super League’s London Broncos RL . Once again the match wil be held at the prestigious Honourable Artillery Company’s grounds in the heart of the City of London. KO is at 2.00pm.

The Capital Challenge is organised by Skolars, Broncos and the London RL to offer rugby league fans and newcomers to the sport a chance to experience an exhilarating and competitive match in superb and unique settings.

The two clubs share a very healthy and reciprocal relationship off the field and have a dual-registration system to allow them to mutually benefit from the capital’s best talent.

Skolars will host a pre-match luncheon prior to the game. Guests can enjoy a delicious three course meal with wine served in the HAC’s Banqueting Hall and will be entertained by special guest speaker from the world of Rugby League before making the short walk outside to watch the Capital Challenge match. If you are interested in attending the luncheon information can be obtained by contacting the London Skolars offices on 020 8888 8488 or e-mail

Match tickets, priced at £15 each, are on sale now and can be purchased from Skolars online ticket office. To get your tickets now just click here

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Great event, and one I always try to attend. The HAC ground really is worth a visit for the history of the place, as well as the location. Where else do you have artillery adjacent to the touchline?

This has become something of a "must do" game for me over the past few years, and in January I plan to follow it up with a pub crawl around nearby Clerkenwell.

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Nice to see a little forward planning.I would hope that the Broncos/Skolars might send to team to start off Hemels new season.

On a similar point,I would hope one or two bigger names,may help start of the new campaigns for Gloucester and Oxford.There is little point in sending a full team,but nor would I want to see an Academy team sent by say Warrington/Leeds.A sensible balance of a couple of bigger names and some good youngsters would help launch Hemel,Oxford,Gloucester.

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