London Broncos head coach Tony Rea says "confidence isn't an issue" despite a tenth consecutive Super League defeat

Head coach Tony Rea says confidence isn't an issue for the London Broncos despite their poor start to the season. Picture: Action Images

Head coach Tony Rea says confidence isn't an issue for the London Broncos despite their poor start to the season. Picture: Action Images

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London Broncos continued their winless start to the season with a 40-4 defeat at Hull FC on Monday but head coach Tony Rea says confidence hasn't been harmed.

The Broncos are winless in their first ten Super League fixtures, conceding 439 points in those games - the worst record in the division.

Defeat at Hull FC followed on from a 28-22 defeat by the Catalan Dragons on Thursday, but Rea says his side are not lacking confidence despite a disappointing start to the campaign.

"We've had an error-riddled Easter, but we're fine and confidence isn't an issue," Rea told the club's official site.

"We did some decent things and we are courageous "I think we're closer than we were on Thursday [against Catalan Dragons]. We probably didn't play the conditions but fair play to Hull for handling it better than us."

Mason Caton-Brown got the Broncos' only score, with Jamie Shaul and Jordan Rankin both bagging two tries apiece as Hull eased to victory.

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