Toronto Wolfpack mean business with win over London Broncos
Toronto Wolfpack made a big statement with a 30-26 victory over London Broncos in the fourth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.
The Canadian newcomers have made an impressive start to their League 1 campaign and showed they would not be out of place in the Championship as they edged out the Broncos in Ealing on the road to Wembley.
The Wolfpack made a great start with two tries in the first seven minutes from skipper Craig Hall and Liam Kay and led 18-6 at half-time courtesy of a score from former London forward Jack Bussey.
With Jonny Pownall and Rhys Jacks adding further tries in the second half and Hall taking his goal tally to five, the game looked over with the visitors leading 30-12.
The Londoners ran in three tries in the last 10 minutes, one of them from Jarrod Sammut who finished with 14 points, to close the gap to just four points but they had left themselves too much to do.
Toronto will now go into hat with Super League clubs Leigh, Leeds, Huddersfield and Salford for Tuesday\'s fifth-round draw.