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

Result: London Broncos lose again

Hep Cahill of Widnes Warriors in action during the Super League match between Hull KR and Widnes Vikings at Craven Park Stadium on February 17, 2013
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London Broncos are beaten for the 18th consecutive time in Super League with a 24-42 defeat at home to Widnes Vikings.

London Broncos have lost their 18th consecutive match in Super League with a 24-42 defeat at home to Widnes Vikings.

A Joshua Drinkwater penalty gave the hosts the lead, but converted tries from Patrick Ah Van, Hep Cahill and Danny Galea put the visitors 18-2 up with 37 minutes played.

Drinkwater then added the extras to a score from Denny Solomona on the stroke of half time to make it 18-8 at the break.

Widnes were dominant during the second half as two tries apiece from Rhys Hanbury and Paddy Flynn all but sealed the points for the away side.

James Greenwood, Atelea Vea and Matt Cook all touched down for the Broncos late on, though it was not enough to put an end to their dismal run in the league.

Warrington's Rhys Evans is tackled during the Super League match against London Broncos on March 9, 2014
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