London Broncos Academy team, after an impressive start to the season, have three players selected to tour Australia in August representing Great Britain BARLA U19s. The club is delighted with the selection of captain Michael Worrincy, leading try scorer, Ade Adebesi, and prop forward Louis McCarthy-Scarbrook for the tour.
London Broncos Academy Assistant Coach Nooroa Ogden is delighted for his players: "They have all developed as players through our own development systems and it's a reward for their hard work and commitment.
It's most encouraging not just for these three but for our other young players as well who can see the pathway for representation is there."
The lads will now need a bit of help to get them on their way and we're looking for some financial support to help cover the costs of the trip, which is about �1200 each."
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BRONCOS SEND THANKS TO LEICESTER AND RUGBY LEAGUE
At the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, the Matt King Appeal raised close to �20,000, and many more initiatives are planned over the next few months.
The Broncos road game at Welford Road, which had a crowd of just five percent of that in Cardiff, raised �1250 through a bucket collection.
Broncos Player Performance Manager, Phil Jones commented: "Once again rugby league supporters can be most proud of their generosity. On behalf of Matt, I thank all who contributed on Sunday."
This Sunday the Broncos and Huddersfield Giants will join forces to raise funds at a pre-match dinner at the George Hotel. The dinner and auction is in aid of seriously injured players Matt King and Danny Scott.
The event, which has been arranged in conjunction with 1895 International, will aim to boost the trust funds that have been established on each of the young players' behalf.
Broncos Development Manager Phil Jones, who is co-ordinating the Broncos efforts, is equally enthusiastic about the way the two clubs had come together. He said: "I think it's very significant that the two clubs are working together on this event, and I think it's a great reflection on our sport the way in which everyone pulls together in times of hardship."
Tickets for the event, which will take place before the Giants Super League clash with the Broncos (5.30), are available from Phil Jones(Broncos RLFC: 0208 2321564, 0781 3360796 or email [email protected]) or Moldgreen's Jill Sykes (Huddersfield: 01484 548865 email [email protected] Further ahead, London Broncos will conduct a major bucket collection at their next home game against Leeds Rhinos on Sunday 18th July.