FORMER Crusaders star Jarrod Sammut kicked London Broncos back into the Super League after denying Toronto Wolfpack in a dour, tryless Million Pound Game in Ontario.

Two goals from the Australian half-back Sammut, allied to a superb rearguard defensive display, helped Broncos to a shock 4-2 victory which enables them to end their four-year exile from the top flight in Danny Ward's first season as head coach.

Toronto, who wanted to take Super League transatlantic two years into owner David Argyle's five-year target, finished eight points clear of London in the Championship but let themselves down when it really mattered.

What have we done? Unbelievable," said Ward. "Speechless. "What a group of blokes, they have been a credit to London rugby league since day one when we looked around on the first day of pre-season at a room full of kids."

Toronto director of rugby Brian Noble - the former Crusaders coach - would not derail the club's path to Super League.

The Wolfpack have a five-year plan to reach the top flight but, after gaining promotion from League 1 in their first season.

"Obviously we would have liked automatic promotion, said Noble, the former Bradford, Wigan and Great Britain coach. "But would it derail us from our ambition to be in Super League, no, not at all."