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Super League club overcome reported kit problems to release stunning new jersey

The London Broncos have finally revealed their home shirt for our upcoming 2024 Super League season after a problematic delay which resulted in the Broncos being forced to wear their old kit against Castleford Tigers in a pre-season friendly.

Talking about the official release of the 2024 home shirt, Head of Commercial, Mark Kemp, says

“After the tremendous response from the revealing of the 2024 away shirt and the great creatives You Boy Films put together for us, now is your chance to see the home kit which will be worn at our 2024 Super League opener away to St Helens. There are still some great opportunities for businesses to be involved in our incredible journey back into Super League. For further info, please contact”

London Broncos impress against Super League rivals

London Broncos impressed on Sunday against Castleford Tigers. Castleford started strong and scored the first try just four minutes into the game. They were awarded a Six Again under the posts and then passed the ball to Sam Wood who scored his first try for the club on his home debut. Danny Richardson converted the goal, giving Lingard’s team a 6-0 lead.

Although Cas tried to maintain their momentum, London managed to equalize from their first attack, with a kick by Meadows allowing Storey to score, leaving the score tied at 6-all.

However, Innes Senior scored twice, shortly before and after Oli Leyland’s yellow card. The first try saw him beat his man before scoring, and the second came just before the break after a lovely ball from Luke Hooley. Although neither conversion was successful, the Tigers led 14-6 at halftime.

As Leyland returned to the pitch, he scored a try after taking a beautiful offload and cutting inside, narrowing the gap to just four points. The Broncos were back in the game, and Liam Horne was sin-binned for a late hit.

London continued to dominate the game, with Leyland making a key contribution by kicking the ball to Hakim Miloudi, who scored his debut try. However, the conversion was missed, leaving the score tied once again.

The Tigers had a chance to win the game in the closing stages, but they were unable to convert, and the game ended in a 14-14 draw.

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