Broncos made the perfect start against Widnes Vikings when Oscar Thomas scored an early try to put his side on the way to a 20-8 victory.
Next up for the home team was a Wigan Warriors side fresh off the back of a 44-0 drubbing of Gloucestershire University. In a hard thought encounter which saw Caro score one of the tries of the day with a length of the field break, Channing's disallowed try at the death gave Wigan the narrowest of victories.
The event came to a close with the Broncos taking on Gloucestershire University. The Gloucestershire side had put in a vastly improved performance against Widnes Vikings picking up an 18-4 win which featured a number of eye catching scores.
The Broncos however proved too strong for their opposition and ended the tournament with two wins from three with a 32-12 win.
The tournament was the first time the Broncos had hosted a 9s tournament and Head of Youth Development Phil Jones was delighted with the event.
"It's the first time we've had a team in the competition and the first time we've hosted the event so we weren't too sure what to expect, but it's been an exciting evening of rugby league," commented Jones.
"Wigan set the bench mark early on but we certainly matched them and maybe could have snatched the victory in that game.
"Gloucestershire were a bit of a surprise package and grew as the games went on; they'll be a force in the coming months.
"We had a great turn out for the event with local people and the soldiers in the area coming along to watch which was fantastic."
Results in Full
Broncos 20 Widnes Viking 8
Wigan Warriors 44 Gloucestershire University 0
Gloucestershire University 18 Widnes Vikings 4
Broncos 12 Wigan Warriors 18
Wigan Warriors 58 Widnes Vikings 4
Broncos 32 Gloucestershire University 12