Utility forward Dave Mc Connell joined the Broncos this week from Chorley Lynx and has been named on a six-man substitutes bench for Sunday's home game against Bradford. McConnell joins Wests Tigers duo Steve Trindall and Joel Caine in switching to Griffin Park on a short-term deal. Rob Purdham, who was rested for last week's win at Halifax, will also come back into the side giving Rea nineteen to choose from. The final seventeen will not be confirmed until Sunday.
Rea has been very pleased with his team's preparation for Bradford: "We're feeling strong as a team and we're enjoying where we are at the moment. Sunday's game is one we are all looking forward to."
Sunday will also see Steele Retchless equal Steve Rosolen's record of 171 games for the club.
Of this milestone, Club Captain Mat Toshack said: "I know all the players have a great amount of respect for Steele as a person and a player and I hope fans turn out in good numbers on Sunday to see him reach this milestone."
London fans will be willing Dennis Moran to get over the line once more. Last year's leading try scorer is on track to achieve the same prize this season, although it won't come easy. Five players, including Bradford's Lesley Vainikolo, are equal with Moran on nineteen tries so far this season with just four rounds to play. It will be London's third game against the Bulls this season. So far it is one win apiece.
Sykes, Caine, Roy, Martin, King, Thorman, Moran, Bawden, Budworth, Retchless, Peden, Mbu, Dymock: Stephenson, Hamilton, Toshack, Trindall, Mc Connell, Purdham (two to be omitted)
London meet Bradford 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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