After traveling to London in their last game, Salford Red Devils managed to get a much needed win against the London Broncos.

The score finished 12-4 to the Devils, who put on a convincing defensive display to see out the game.

The Broncos struck first with a try in the 19th minute and afterwards didn’t get a sniff of the try line.

Watkins made it level playing after his try in the 25th minute.

Sneyd’s first conversion gave the Red Devils a much needed two point lead at the half.

Cross scored a try in the 44th minute to top off a great individual performance.


Whilst Sneyds second conversion gave them an eight point cushion with much of the second half still left to play.

The crucial incident of the second half came when Salford’s, King Vuniyayawa was sent off for a dangerous tackle.

The team came together, both on the pitch physically and with the Coaches tactics to see out the game.

That commitment and strength of the team led to a great victory for the Red Devils.

The highlights for the match are here:



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