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Mackay delighted with team effort ahead of busy schedule

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London Broncos chief executive Gus Mackay says he was delighted with the team’s gutsy win at Castleford Tigers on Sunday.

The Broncos kept the Tigers scoreless in the second half rattling up 20 unanswered points to win 26-12. The victory lifted the London side to within two points of a play-off spot.

“I’d like to praise the team for a big team effort at Castleford Tigers on Sunday,” said Mackay who witnessed the win. “It was great to see Michael Robertson back from an ankle injury and getting a try on his return. He was enthusiastic throughout the game and was replaced by Luke Dorn in the second half who made his 150th appearance for the club. Liam Colbon showed great commitment and power to back up the forwards as we drove out of our half on a number of occasions. Tommy Lee also impressed as he played 80 minutes in the heavy conditions.

“I also want to thank the fans that travelled to Castleford to support the team; they stood in the pouring rain and cheered them to an important win. We have some key games coming up and we hope the fans can support the team at The Twickenham Stoop.”

Season ticket holders can bring a friend to one of the next two games at the Twickenham Stoop for half price by presenting voucher 1 from their season ticket booklets to the ticket office on the day of the match.

The Broncos face Hull FC on Saturday March 23rd kick-off 3pm and Catalan Dragons on Thursday March 28th, kick-off 8:00pm.

Fans are asked to show their support and help build the crowd.

Standard match tickets can be brought in advance by calling 0208 410 6000

or visiting www.londonbroncosrl.com/buy.

Hospitality can be booked by calling 020 8394 6161

or emailing hospitality@londonbroncosrl.com/buy

London Broncos

Media Manager.

Edited by Honor James

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Yes,really pleased for London.It does seem they put in better performances away,than at home.Shame they are playing Hull is weekend,as London and Hull are two of my teams that I would like to see do well.Maybe it could be a draw,I'd be delighted if Hull got to Wembley this year.

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