London Broncos have appointed Andrew Henderson as their new assistant to head coach Joey Grima for the 2015 season. Henderson will join the Broncos for pre-season training in November 2014 on a two-year deal, after retiring from playing with Sheffield
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London Broncos have signed Italy international hooker Ray Nasso on a two-year deal from 2015. The Australia-born 27-year-old has spent two seasons at Sporting Olympique Avignon in France and was previously with Villefranche-de-Rouergue. “I spoke with Joey about his goals
London Broncos have continued their recruitment for next season – whatever division they may be in – by securing the services of three more talented youngsters on two-year contracts. The impressive Iliess Macani, Joel Wicks and James Woodburn-Hall have all
London Broncos have signed stand-off Liam Foran from Parramatta Eels on a two-year deal. It’s pleasing and refreshing that this calibre of player want to play for the London Broncos and we’re all excited to see Liam at the club
Nick Slyney has become the latest member of the London Broncos to sign up for next season, after the former Brisbane man penned a two-year contract with the club. He becomes the fifth member of Joey Grima’s squad to sign
London Broncos are set to be handed a major boost ahead of the final part of Super League 2014, as winger Kieran Dixon nears a return from injury – and he could feature within the next month. Dixon has been
We caught up with London Broncos head coach Joe Grima on the Magic Weekend concept, whether it should stay in Manchester next year and whether the NRL could benefit from having its own Magic Weekend. Want more Rugby League news
We caught up with London Broncos star Ben Farrar after their heartbreaking defeat to Catalan Dragons in Game One of Magic Weekend 2014. He told us his immediate thoughts after the clash. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe
New London Broncos head coach Joe Grima believes the club are more than capable of beating the drop in the Super League, as he gets ready to take charge of the club for the first time against Huddersfield this weekend.
Tony Rea has quit his role as London Broncos head coach, with assistant boss Joe Grima taking charge for the remainder of their 2014 campaign. The Broncos slipped to the foot of the table yesterday following Bradford’s shock win over