London Broncos have given trials to Wigan centre John O'Donnell and Swinton centre or full-back Alex Hurst

Last Updated: 05/11/12 3:57pm

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Rea is running the rules over two youngsters in pre-season training

Rea is running the rules over two youngsters in pre-season training

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London Broncos have handed pre-season trials to Wigan reserve centre John O'Donnell and Swinton utility back Alex Hurst.

Both players were recently involved in the Alitalia European Cup, with 19-year-old O'Donnell representing Ireland and Hurst, 21, turning out for Scotland.

"They are here for a month for us to take a look at them," said Broncos coach Tony Rea.

"If their efforts warrant a position then we'll extend it. We'll make a decision this month whether they are here for the season or not."

The Broncos endured a poor 2012 Super League season - finishing third from bottom with just 14 points.

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