It’s a big weekend for the club with three teams in action, the Men away in York and a Home Double Header for the Women and Academy.

The Broncos Men travel to York again to play the 6th round of the Challenge Cup, a battle of the last 16 in a revenge game against the Knights.

The Broncos Ladies take on Castleford Tigers in their last group round of the Challenge Cup, in a double header with the Academy at Richmond RFC, who play Huddersfield Giants.

Bill Leyland of London Broncos celebrates after scoring a try during the Betfred Championship match between London Broncos and Barrow Raiders at Cherry Records Stadium, Plough Lane on 13 May 2023. Photo by Alan Stanford / PRiME Media Images

This week London Broncos travel to LNER Community Stadium for Round 6 of the Challenge Cup

It’s a revenge game for the Broncos as we look to turn results around against York Knights in the last 16 of the competition. The winner will progress to the Quarter Finals and be a step closer to playing at Wembley Stadium.

Previous Challenge Cup meetings:

2021 (Round 2) London Broncos 2 York 14

2020 (Round 4) London Broncos 22 York 24

1990 (Round 1, Replay) Ryedale-York 12 Fulham 16

1990 (Round 1) Fulham 14 Ryedale-York 14

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Live Commentary Available: BBC Radio York Sport

‘At least one team from outside the Super League is guaranteed to reach the Quarter Finals for the first time since 2019 as two of the four Betfred Championship teams to have reached the last 16, York Knights and London Broncos, have been drawn against each other’.

RFL’s Rd 6 Preview

Captain Courtney Treco leads her team out for the first round of the Betfred Challenge Cup match between London Broncos and St Helens at Rosslyn Park, London on 22 April 2023. Photo by Paul Cowan / MediaPAC 

An Exciting Double Header at Richmond RFC This WeekendCome down and Support!

This Sunday the Women and the Academy will both play at home at Richmond RFC in an exciting double header fixture for the club.

The Academy take on Huddersfield Giants at 1pm, followed by the last group game of the Challenge Cup competition for the Women kicking off at 3pm.

The Ladies will be welcoming Castleford Tigers to the home ground who they managed to beat convincingly just last week in the RFL’s Womens Nines Tournament. 

This is an opportunity for the women to secure their first victory against a Super league team and any support from a home crowd would be much appreciated!

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