Henderson relishing London’s Leigh test

London Broncos coach Andrew Henderson is hoping that his team can build on their 56-16 home win over Oldham last week.

The Broncos have a 100 percent home record now, and Henderson is relishing the challenge of facing the Centurions.

“I was pleased with the result, it was comprehensive in the end,” he said.

“There were some really good parts to our performance, particularly in the first half. We executed really well and were really strong in sticking to the process and disciplined in what we were doing. Some of the play was excellent.

Leigh Centurions are currently sitting at the top of the table and it’s exciting to be involved in a game like this. Potentially it can have a bearing on who wins the league.

“There’s plenty to play for with two of the best teams in competition, so from a fans’ point of view it should be a great spectacle.”

Wes Naiqama is suspended for one game.

Leigh Centurions beat Workington 54-12 at home last time out.

Coach Neil Jukes felt it was a good performance in tough conditions.

“I thought we did some really good stuff in difficult conditions,” he said.

“In the first half it became a bit of a slow affair, the game needed to be ignited and we did it for periods but again we scored just short of 60 points.

“We were happy but probably need to get better next week. London beat Oldham by a similar score, so it’s all set up for a good game.”

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