24 Jun 16
By Media Team
Posted in Team News

The U19s lose to tough Warrington Wolves outfit

As the match got underway, the kick off was put straight over the Broncos’ heads which gifted Warrington the possession back immediately.

Then, a very good set from the Wolves put them on the scoreboard straight away, so that they lead 6-0 in the opening minute.

It didn’t take long for the Broncos to bounce back though, with some off the cuff play from the never seen before halfback duo allowing Kam Pearce-Paul to level the scores.

Only moments later the Broncos took the lead, when captain Sid Adebyi crossed to put the home side six points ahead.

London looked to be on top, but it was just a matter of time before Warrington found their feet again – leveling the scores to 12 a piece, this time through Livett. Just minutes later Hugh Adams put them back in the lead, shortly followed by Harry Reardon another four. With the game seemingly all wrapped up and ready to go in at half time, Warrington’s Declan Kay added a few more points to the scoreboard for a 12-26 half time score.

The second half began and just like the first half Warrington crossed in the first minute, this time through Jack Fox.

The Broncos couldn’t break down the Warrington defence, and Jack Fox soon crossed for his brace to extend the visitors’ lead to 12-38.

London looked to be regaining confidence and perhaps like they were able to handle what Warrington was throwing at them. They managed for a short while, but cracked under pressure and Warrington went in again, when Liam Aspin crossed.

London still were not giving up, but whilst trying to regather a grip on the game were put on a team warning after giving away too many penalties. Louis Godfrey drew the short straw, and spent 10 minutes in the bin after giving the next penalty away.

Warrington’s Jack Fox rounded out the day with his hat trick, for a final score of 12-50.

The London Broncos u19s are next in action on July 2, when they face Leeds Rhinos away.

 London Broncos: Fred Dodd, Jacob Ogden, Tuoyo Egodo, Kam Pearce-Paul, Louis Godfrey, Callum Whitcombe, Josh Raqio, Callum Bustin, Matt Davies, Lewis Bienek, Rob Butler, Dan Hindmarsh, Sadiq Adebiyi
Interchange: Sam Davis, Mitch Stone, Jordan Williams, Jordan Richardson

Warrington Wolves: Declan Kay, Lewis Turner, Jack Roper, Jack Fox, Hugh Adams, Harvey Livett, Brad Stanway, Alex Tankard, Harry Reardon, Pat Moran, Ellis Gillam, Matthew Kilgannon, Alex Whalley
Interchange: Nathan Ainsworth, Jordan Williams, Liam Aspin, Andy Philbin