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  1. London Broncos Head Coach Danny Ward is happy to be playing behind closed doors games at the clubs First Team Training venue Rosslyn Park and described it as a “big advantage” whilst speaking to Broncos media on Sunday. The Club have had to keep information of the venue for behind closed doors games under wraps for some time due to the Covid approval process implemented by the RFL which included approval from the local Council for Rosslyn Park but Ward was just pleased to have it sorted and his wish to play at the South West London facility. He said “It can only be a positive for us to b
  2. Following a meeting last night of the Dons Trust we are able to offer an update to fans of our club with regard to the discussed move for the London Broncos to Plough Lane, Wimbledon. The trust have set a date for the members to vote on our potential groundshare and this is to happen on the 31st March. As we have done throughout this process we will continue to allow the Dons to lead the media output as a matter of courtesy to their Football Club and Supporters. What can be said is that following recent meetings, including a visit to the Stadium by our Captain Will Lovell to meet Dons Tr
  3. Following the terrible news last week that former London Broncos player Matt King OBE had passed away the 1st Team’s Leadership group made a request to the club for them to be able to pay their respects throughout the 2021 season to the former London Broncos Academy player. It has been decided that the 1st Team players will carry Matt’s name on the inside of their collar as a permanent reminder of the wonderful work Matt did as a speaker following his tragic accident playing for the club as a 17 year old. Club Captain Will Lovell paid tribute to Matt saying “ I’d like to pass on my condol
  4. London Broncos Head Coach Danny Ward has strengthened his pack with the addition of promising young player Titus Gwaze who has signed from Wakefield Trinity. The Zimbabwean Prop Forward has joined the Broncos on a permanent deal following a successful trial period and Ward was pleased to have been able to agree terms with the player who made his Super League debut in 2019 for Trinity. Ward told Broncos Media “Titus has impressed us all during his trial period and we are happy to offer him a contract for 2021. Firstly, he is a good bloke who has fitted in with the boys and bought into the
  5. London Broncos Head Coach Danny Ward had plenty of praise for his First Team squad after completing week 4 of Pre-Season at a very cold Rosslyn Park facility. Speaking to Broncos Media on Friday Ward was in good spirits having seen his players raise the intensity of training to another level despite the restrictions they are currently facing. He told us “It’s been great to have everyone out on the field together, it’s like being back in the School playground when everyone is buzzing to see each other after the holidays, but at the same time the intensity has really gone up.” “It also been re
  6. Agreeing to a loan move, hundreds of miles from their home in the middle of a pandemic, may not have been an ideal move for some players but London Broncos on loan Centre Chris Hankinson has enjoyed his first month in the Capital, and more so the standard of training. The Wigan Warriors player, with the club for the whole of 2021, told Broncos Media that he has been surprised by how well things have gone. Hankinson said “It’s all gone better than expected to be honest. I’ve been able to focus on nothing but training which is really unusual because I would usually have my girlfriend or mat
  7. Broncos Half Back Cory Aston sees the early Challenge Cup Games as the perfect chance to shake off the rust of 2020 but is not too worried about who that is against at this stage. Aston told Broncos Media “I really don’t mind who we play in the First Round of the Cup, we just want to win and get into the second round to be honest.” “These games are a great chance for us to test ourselves and most of the teams will also be rusty so who we play doesn’t matter to me.” Cory’s Dad, Mark, is of course the Head Coach of Championship rivals Sheffield Eagles and in the draw tonight for the First
  8. London Broncos Jonah Varela is enjoying every moment of Pre-Season so far following his step up to the First Team squad from the clubs Academy, including the extra sessions and workload. Varela, who has represented Peru in the Olympic 7’s, was one of Danny Ward’s first signings for 2021 and he told londonbroncosrl.com that he is finding life with the Elite squad very different to training with the Academy on an evening after College. The former Eastern Rhino said “It has been really good to be honest. A big step up from the Academy and going full time is a big difference and a real lifest
  9. London Broncos Half Back James Meadows is ready to play his part in the clubs 2021 promotion challenge, wherever that happens to be on the pitch. The popular figure who came through the clubs highly rated Academy system told londonbroncosrl.com that he will put his hand up when the games start in March. He said “I want to be a big part of what we do this year and feel like I have grown a lot physically so I am just excited to do the job Wardy needs me to.” Speaking of the return to training Meadows was quick to praise Head of Performance Mike Eccles for his guidance during the long lay off
  10. London Broncos Coach Tom Tsang could be forgiven for being frustrated with the developments of 2020 which saw his Reserve side have their season cut short before it really began and finding out that there will be no Reserve competition in 2021. However speaking to londonbroncosrl.com Tsang was upbeat and full of enthusiasm after a lengthy lay off and a change of role at the club. The former Coventry Head Coach is now operating in a dual role as a member of the First Team Coaching staff and the Head Coach of the Broncos Academy side and he explained this gave him a great opportunity to work
  11. Head of Youth Development Rob Powell has described the partnership between the Broncos Academy and the RAA as “an exciting development” following a 3-year agreement at the home of RFU Championship club, Richmond FC. The Richmond Athletic Ground, based a short distance from the train station, will become not only the training venue for the 70+ Academy players at the club but also the Home Match venue for both the Academy and Scholarship teams. The fantastic transport links and location were significant factors in the decision – making process along with the opportunities which the vast fac
  12. The Richmond Athletic Association (RAA) is delighted to announce a three year agreement with the London Broncos Academy which will see both the Academy squad (U19s) and the Scholarship team (U16s) use the training facilities and play their rugby league matches at the Richmond Athletic Ground for the 2021, 2022 and 2023 seasons. London Broncos run a licenced academy which forms part of the RFL elite player pathway for rugby league. The professional programme provides 70 players between the ages of 14-19, based in London and the South-East, with an aspirational opportunity to play top level pr
  13. The London Broncos are proud to announce that Charity partners the National Autistic Society will have their logo proudly displayed on the sleeve of the First Team Match Shirts and Replica Jerseys in 2021. As part of a push to support the wonderful work carried out by the NAS the club hope to give exposure to the charity and encourage supporters to follow and support their endeavours. James Milner from the London Broncos said “We decided this year to carry our Charity partners logo in as many locations as possible to give as much exposure of possible of the work they do as part of our relati
  14. In what continues to be an uncertain time in terms of delivering community projects, West London Community CIC have continued to deliver the Sky Try project in and around West London. Since September 2020 the Community staff have still managed to coach over 500 Primary school pupils and the support provided to schools has been very well received. Under the current lockdown their normal delivery programme has been suspended but they have continued to offer our support to schools where possible. Because of this West London Community have already had lots of interest from schools and the diary i
  15. Only a few months after entering a partnership as the clubs Official Training Sponsor the London Broncos are delighted to announce that FLM Wealth Management have returned with another significant sponsorship of the club by becoming 1st Team Kit Sponsors. The FLM logo will be proudly sat on the right breast of the Home and Away Match jerseys as well as all Replica jerseys. In the coming weeks supporters will hear more about the services offered by FLM and how they can benefit from choosing the London based firm that are backing the Broncos in 2021 and beyond. Michael Jewson, Finance Dire
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