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10 hours ago
London Broncos coach Tony Rea claimed his side fully deserved to have secured their biggest-ever win in Super League after they beat Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 72-8 at Griffin Park.
Broncos ran in 12 tries - six in each half- as the previously undefeated Wildcats were comprehensively out-played in this Engage Super League clash.
Rea said: ?We earned everything we got today.
?This mob is scintillating to watch. I have already said that you will not see better rugby of either code played in London.
?It is very hard to single anybody out. They all contributed something and combined well to set things up.
?Today has been a really good day and we?ve put ourselves in a position to enjoy more days like this. But we know they won?t always be this good.?
Wakefield coach Shane McNally said: ?The process of coaches doesn?t change win or lose and I don?t want to detract from London?s performance because they were absolutely brilliant.
?I told the players at half-time that we had self-destructed but I didn?t think there was any point going into them.
?We have got to put this result behind us and move forward to next week. If I thought we were going to be beaten like this every week I would be really worried. But we are a better team than that.
?Trying to explain this performance is like trying to row upstream in a barbed wire canoe.?
Thanks to: http://www.superleague.co.uk for another excellent article.