Onto the capital to view the London Broncos, whose wish to return to Super League was extended at least another year.
The Broncos enjoyed another strong season, once more finishing as runners-up in the Kingston Press Championship.
But despite that and another respectable run in the Qualifiers, Super League narrowly evaded them once again.
Their race back to the big time will go on into 2018 but plenty of time for that, let’s have a look at how their season went and where possibly, they could have gone better.
Best Performance: Toulouse Olympique 16-36 London Broncos
A difficult one but their best win of 2017 had to be their comprehensive defeat of Toulouse Olympique over in France.
Never an easy ride, stepping on a plane to travel across the channel to face full-time opposition but credit the Broncos for completing such a task in emphatic style.
Flyer Kieran Dixon led the way with two tries and four goals, with further efforts coming from Andy Ackers, Jarrod Sammut, Daniel Harrison, Alex Walker and Api Pewhairangi.
The French could only respond with two tries from Bastien Canet as well as one from Kalausa Leha but London proved too ruthless on the night.
Well done to them, especially against a side who finished the third best attacking side in the Championship, a statistic London certainly shrugged aside.
It was also a win that would help them back to a top two finish as they provided stern opposition for teams at the top yet again.