METRO newspaper has today put its name to the inaugural Rugby League Capital Challenge which will see London?s two professional sides do battle to see in the new season.
LONDON Broncos CEO Nic Cartwright is not your average Super League administrator. And that's an understatement.
TONY Rea has named an eighteen man squad to take on the Super League Champions at Headingley tonight in what will be the Broncos second pre-season friendly.
LONDON Broncos can confirm that the best prop in the world, Shane Webcke, won?t be coming to London in 2005. But they are not denying that Webcke?s arrival in 2006 is a possibility.
THE Melbourne Storm star has been training with the Tetley's Super League outfit recently and hopes are high he will soon sign a permanent contract.
WE'RE back up and running for a whole new season in London and there is plenty to get excited about.
LONDON Broncos are delighted to announce the signing of current New Zealand Test half, Thomas Leuluai, on a one year deal.
THE club has secured the services of its second Sea Eagle in the shape of exciting three-quarter Nick Bradley-Qalilawa.
LONDON Broncos have continued to strengthen the 2005 playing squad with the signing of exciting young Sydney Roosters? centre, Tyrone Smith.