Jun 28, 2014 at 3pm UK at ​Twickenham Stoop
London Broncos
24-42
Widnes Vikings
Solomona (40'), Greenwood (70'), Vea (71'), Cook (80')
FT
Ah Van (9'), Cahill (29'), Galea (37'), Hanbury (44', 74'), Flynn (53', 66')

Joe Grima bemoans "disappointing" loss

Joe Grima admits that London Broncos are "a long way off" registering their first victory of the season having suffered an 18th consecutive defeat earlier today.

London Broncos coach Joe Grima has admitted that his side are "a long way off" recording their first win of the Super League season.

The Broncos suffered their 18th consecutive loss of the campaign earlier today with a 24-42 defeat against Widnes Vikings.

Three tries in the final 10 minutes gave the visitors some hope at Twickenham Stoop, but the comeback came too late.

"We do tend to come back, but it's not a question of fighting back too late," Grima is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News. "It's a question of playing for 80 minutes, and again we were unable to do that.

"Combined with 12 or 13 errors, we're a long way off our first win after today's performance. It's disappointing as it wasn't through brilliance on their part, just basic skill on ours, fundamental under-six level stuff, which is very frustrating as a coach."

Broncos remain rooted to the foot of the Super League table having failed to register a single point.

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