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London watching as team heads North
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.
No injuries were sustained in last Sunday's strong home win over Wakefield and both Andrew Hamilton and Dave Mc Connell, who missed the last game, are fit and available for selection.
Broncos fans have all eyes on their team making its first ever Tetley's Super League Play Off series, and this Saturday, given the importance of the clash, there is likely to be a sizeable audience watching the game live on Sky Sports throughout the capital.
London supporters have eagerly awaited this game at the Halton Stadium and for many it will the one and only away game they have attended all season.
While the Play Offs are a top talking point right now for Broncos fans, Tony Rea refuses to be dragged into this line of questioning: "We've got one thing on our mind right now."
We weren't happy with some areas of our game last week. We'll be looking to make some improvements in performance and to raise our intensity."
Widnes v London can be seen live on Saturday on Sky Sports 1 from 18.05. Fans can also listen to live match commentary through the Broncos website courtesy of BBC London 94.9fm
In other news the Broncos have officially released Season Tickets for the 2004 season at Griffin Park and once again a full adult season ticket will start at just ?99 and junior season tickets (including membership) will cost just ?30!
Should London Broncos 2003 Season Ticket Holders wish to retain their existing seat for the International between England 'A' and Australia (Tuesday 28th October) - they must book their tickets on or before the last home game at Griffin Park against Huddersfield on Sunday 21st September.
Call 0871 222 1132 to book your 2004 season ticket or do it online - www.londonbroncos.co.uk and save ?5.
London Broncos RLFC Press Office Direct Line: 020 8897 5383 Mobile: 07990 573 089 www.londonbroncos.co.uk