Ahead of Friday's #NRL game between Penrith Panthers and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, writer Rob C...
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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.
The former Kangaroo tourist is now in his third year at London and according to his coach has been an inspirational leader: "Jim really cares about this place and it's obvious he takes great pride in wearing this club's colours.
He is a great leader and he's a good person to have around the club and he's keen to help us continue to build."
His efforts on the pitch this season have been exceptional and it's great that he wants to stay for another season."
It's been a good week for us."
Jim has missed just one game this season and only a handful in his three years in London.
When he leads out the team on Sunday against Warrington Wolves at Griffin Park, Jim will play his 77th game for London, adding to his 214 games in the NRL.
Broncos CEO Nic Cartwright said: "I urge Broncos supporters to come down to Griffin Park on Sunday and show your support for what we are trying to do for your club."
Jimmy staying on is yet another boost and Sunday you can show how you feel about this week of good news."
London meet Warrington Wolves this Sunday at 3pm at Griffin Park in what is a crucial battle for the Tetley's Super League Play Offs.
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