Sam Hall believes London Broncos have “much more to offer” following Sunday’s important Betfred Championship win away to Dewsbury Rams.

The Castleford prop made his Broncos debut at the Tetley’s Stadium after signing a one-month loan agreement just 48 hours before kick-off.

The 20-year-old made an immediate impact by scoring on the hour and hopes to carry his personal form and the team’s performance into an important block of back-to-back fixtures against Widnes, Sheffield, Featherstone, Bradford and Halifax.

“I was over the moon on Sunday, it was great to make an immediate impact at the club by scoring on debut,” said Hall. “The boys worked hard all game, and I believe there’s so much more to come as well.

“Our game was scrappy at times, but to come away with a win was really good for the team and Dewsbury pushed us hard throughout the 80 minutes.

“We can’t afford to switch off, though. Yes, we’re out of the relegation zone which is great. But if we switch off at any moment we run the risk of falling back into the bottom two.

“We’ve got to stay focused and push on from here. If we do so, then we can look to climb the league table.”

Prior to joining the Broncos on loan, Hall signed a two-year contract with Castleford Tigers after progressing through the Super League squad’s youth system as a teenager.

After making his first-team debut in 2020, Hall has since represented Tigers on four other occasions

The Leeds-born prop now wants to push on with his career and believes his spell at the Cherry Red Records Stadium will enable him to achieve just that.

“Minutes are so important for my development, it’s what I’m here for,” said Hall. “I want to test myself against the best players in the Championship.

“Hopefully I’ll feature more in the coming weeks and can develop my game and help the club out at the same time.”

London Broncos resume their Betfred Championship campaign against Widnes Vikings on Sunday, June 26. Kick-off is at 3pm. Supporters unable to attend the game will be able to follow live updates via @LondonBroncosRL on Twitter.