04 Oct 17
By Media Team
Posted in Team News

Young gun to remain at Broncos

London Broncos is delighted to announce that another of their home grown talents, Kameron Pearce-Paul, has signed a 1 year extension with the club.

The Croydon born twenty year old has put pen to paper, in a deal, keeping him at Broncos for the 2018 season.

Kameron made a memorable debut away at Salford Red Devils in the 2016 Super 8’s qualifiers, featuring prominently in a 19 -16 London win. The following game was the last round of 2016 and again Pearce-Paul helped London to a win, this time versus Featherstone Rovers.
The 2017 campaign has seen Kameron play a further 3 games, all of them wins, and score his 1st try, in senior London colours, in the Round 11 Championship fixture away  at Batley Bulldogs.
To gain further experience Kameron has spent a successful period on a loan arrangement, at Oldham Roughyeds, during 2017, to assist his young career which stands at 5 games with 1 try to date for London Broncos.

“I am immensely proud of the fact that I get to play another year for my home club. I’m proud of London everytime I pull on a shirt and that was one of the main reasons that I was happy to sign again”, Pearce-Paul said.

“I want to be part of a journey that ends in SuperLeague and that will see London Broncos back at the top table of Rugby League where they belong”.

Asked if his loan spell in 2017 had helped Kameron replied, “100%. For someone as young as I am getting Championship experience is fantastic. Hopefully I can bring back what I’ve learned and it will help me to progress. I want to thank Hendo for getting me the loan at Oldham and the other members of the coaching team for all their help so far”.

Head Coach Andrew Henderson said, “I am really pleased to be able to retain Kameron. He’s another one of those players that have come through the youth system having been here since scholarship age.”

“We have really seen him progress and he showed last season, in the Super 8s, what he is capable of and he really impressed in those games. He had a limited amount of game time this season but he is on a developmental path here and the loan move to Oldham will have served him in very good stead moving forward”.

“There is a lot more growth, development and potential within him and with his skills he will bring a lot more competition for places as he can play at full back, centre and on the wing but for me the main thing is that London Broncos have brought through and retained yet another young talented Londoner”.

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