AT the most recent home game for London Broncos Steele Retchless became the most capped London player of all time.
TEAM IN TOP SHAPE AS CAPTAIN PENS NEW TWO-YEAR DEAL
LONDON Broncos will travel to Widnes tomorrow (Friday) for Saturday night's game with a nineteen-man squad leaving Tony Rea with a number of options on the bench.
ONE could almost sense that Dennis Moran would cross for at least a couple of four-pointers against the Wildcats last Sunday.
TICKETS for the Griffin Park international between England 'A' and world champions, Australia are now on sale.
London Broncos, who will host the match at their West London Brentford base, will retain similar match day pricing as home Tetley's Super League fixtures in an attempt to make this blue chip game affordable for families in the local community.
THE club has signed Chorley Lynx hooker Dave McConnell on trial until the end of the season.
UTILITY forward Dave Mc Connell joined the Broncos this week from Chorley Lynx and has been named on a six-man substitutes bench for Sunday's home game against Bradford.
McConnell joins Wests Tigers duo Steve Trindall and Joel Caine in switching to Griffin Park on a short-term deal.
Rob Purdham, who was rested for last week's win at Halifax, will also come back into the side giving Rea nineteen to choose from. The final seventeen will not be confirmed until Sunday.
IT'S been a great week for the southern most Tetley's Super League club ahead of this Sunday's crucial home game to Warrington, and news today that key play maker Dennis Moran has signed a new three year deal, is another
IT'S been a week of good news for London Broncos as they prepare for their crunch game against the Wolves at Griffin Park on Sunday, and today the club has made yet another player signing.
ON Tuesday London Broncos announced that the club would remain at Griffin Park for another five seasons, and today, captain Jim Dymock has
agreed to a one-year extension to his contract, keeping him at the Broncos until the end of the 2004 season.