11 Jul 2019
London fall to Hull
Hull FC 35-22 London Broncos
Hull FC put in a Jekyll and Hyde performance but 34 points in the first-half was enough for them to gain two points at the KCOM Stadium.
London Broncos dominated the second-half scoring 22 points, with Marc Sneyd scoring FC's only point of the half.
Carlos Tuimavave opened the scoring for Hull FC, when he pounced on a London error as Kieran Dixon and Rhys Williams collided under the high ball.
Bureta Faraimo, Joe Westerman and Jake Connor added to Hull FC's score, before a powerful run from Faraimo set Josh Griffin up for his try.
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Ratu Naulago showed off his speed again, as he ran the length off the pitch before the end of the half to give Hull FC a 34-0 lead going into the break.
Matty Fleming opened the scoring early in the second-half for London's first try of the game, which kickstarted a Broncos revival.
Jordan Abdull scored against his old club FC, before Sadiq Adebiyi scored a brace but it was too little too late for Danny Ward's men, Marc Sneyd kicked FC's only point of the half, a drop goal in front of the posts.
London still remain at the bottom of the table, with relegation rivals Leeds and Hull KR going head to head on Friday night.