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London Broncos v Toulouse

The weekend has run away with me and I’m writing this in Easter Monday after the Broncos have played at Batley and won, with a final score of Batley 4 Broncos 42, an emphatic win on a busy weekend for rugby league! The Toulouse game at the Ealing Trailfinders ground was game 1 of 3 for me on Good Friday, […]

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A London Rugby League Feast!

London Skolars had what has become an annual warm up match planned against London Broncos, with the date coinciding with the first round of the challenge cup and a playing surface that can take numerous games in an afternoon, The London Clash was planned. That consisted of 3 fixtures London Chargers v Bridgend Blue Bulls London Skolars v London Broncos […]

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London Broncos v Whitehaven -Event 89

Having written a match report for the game on In The Loose – this really is going to be short and sweet words wise.  So, a Phlog it will be! I am I’ve decided becoming something of a photo geek, I take between 400 and 800 at every event I go to – then spend hours messing about with them. […]

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London Broncos v Batley Bulldogs – Event 39

Easter Monday means rugby league, if fixtures fall right, and this year they most certainly did!  Batley Bulldogs travelled to play London Broncos. Batley have a long and rich history, coming into being in the 1880’s;  they were one of the original 20 clubs to break away at the famous meeting in the George Hotel in Huddersfield. They play their […]

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London Broncos v Workington Town – Event 28

After watching one of my rugby league teams lose by just the 82 points I was very much looking forward to seeing London Broncos get a win.  Well, I was hoping that would be the case anyway!   Having had a taste of Spring on the Saturday, Sunday morning was glorious in Chelmsford!  I dressed accordingly and took Shirley (yes […]

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London Broncos in Training – Event 17

An opportunity to interview London Broncos Head Coach Joey Grima also gave me the chance to watch the team train.  Now that was something I just had to do – I’ve supported this team since the advent of Superleague in 1996. I found myself heading to Bushey – I knew that was in the general direction of Watford but of […]