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

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

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

Sky Bet

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.

  • Share:

Most Popular

Features

Redknapp fears for City

Redknapp fears for City

Jamie Redknapp says Man City are set to limp out of the Champions League after their draw in Moscow.

Goal Zone on SSN HQ

Goal Zone on SSN HQ

Champions League Goal Zone shows all the goals as they go in - join us on Soccer Special.

Beagrie: Bigger and better

Beagrie: Bigger and better

Peter Beagrie explains why Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn was the best big-man striker he played with.