London Broncos confirm 2023 squad numbers

Henry Raiwalui Fiji World Cup London Broncos PA

London Broncos have announced their 2023 squad numbers, with Fiji international Henry Raiwalui set to wear number 17 with his new club. 

The 33-year-old joined the club during the off-season, having represented his nation at the 2021 World Cup in England. The half-back helped his side reach the quarter-finals of the tournament, falling short against New Zealand.

Scotland international full-back Alex Walker has been promoted to the number one shirt, having joined the club last February.

Joining from York, Marcus Stock will wear shirt number 12 in his debut year with the club.

Meanwhile, Italy international Ethan Natoli receives number 16 for his first season in the Championship. The utility player, who featured in the recent World Cup, joins international team-mates Dean Parata and Ronny Palumbo in the capital.

Making the switch from London Skolars, Australian utility Jarred Bassett will wear shirt number three. 

Dan Hoyes (23), Jenson Monk (24) and Euan Parke (26) have all been promoted from the club’s academy. 

In total, the club has confirmed a 22-man squad for their 2023 Championship campaign.

Rhys Curran and Siti Moceidreke were also left out of the club’s squad for 2023. Love Rugby League contacted London Broncos for comment, who confirmed that they will be providing a full update on their futures in due course. 

London Broncos 2023 squad numbers

1. Alex Walker

2. Paul Ulberg

3. Jarred Bassett

4. Dalton Grant

5. Iliess Macani

6. Oli Leyland

7. Rian Horsman

8. Wellington Albert

9. Sam Davis

10. Jordan Williams

11. Will Lovell

12. Marcus Stock

13. Dean Parata

14. Bill Leyland

15. Lewis Bienek

16. Ethan Natoli

17. Henry Raiwalui

22. Max Allen

23. Dan Hoyes

24. Jenson Monk

25. Jack Howorth

26. Euan Parke

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1 Comment

  1. Wow, if that’s the squad going into the new season, then we will be lucky to avoid relegation. Weak centre pairing, if the 6 and 7 play together we are in trouble as they offer insufficient game control and next to no guile whatsoever, ridiculously thin squad “as is”.
    If Siti Moceidreke and Rhys Curran are no longer with the club, at least show the fans some respect and inform us accordingly. Also please advise the fans what the “plan” is for the club as there appears to be nothing coherent in place currently.
    That squad is comfortably weaker than the one that concluded last season and Mike Eccles deserves better than that. At least three sides that just finished ahead of us last season have strengthened considerably: Widnes, Sheffield Eagles and Bradford.
    Like I say, if we finish outside of the bottom two with that squad, then Eccles will have worked miracles.

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