Derek Beaumont has responded to comments made by London head coach Andrew Henderson about changes to the salary cap. Henderson admitted he was frustrated by the rule changes to accommodate certain clubs, seemingly implying to Leigh following their recent signings of Rangi Chase
The signing of Willie Tonga this week was yet another huge piece of business by Leigh Centurions, and now they really look like a team ready to invade Super League. For most teams in this country, the loss of a
Willie Tonga has revealed that advice from his best friend and fellow Australian international Reni Maitua was a big factor in him joining Leigh Centurions from Catalans Dragons on a two-year contract. The pair have been best mates long before
Leigh Centurions have completed the signing of former Catalans and Australia star Willie Tonga. The centre has been granted his release from the Dragons after a frustrating year with the French club that saw him spend time out through injury and
Paul Rowley shared his delight after his worldwide search for a centre culminated in the arrival Willie Tonga to Leigh. The former Australia and Queensland star has put pen-to-paper on a deal with the Centurions, further reasserting the aspirations of Rowley’s side in 2016.
Leigh Centurions have been dealt a huge injury blow as halfback Ryan Brierley is set to miss at least six weeks with an ankle injury. The exciting scrum-half could potentially require surgery after damaging ligaments in his ankle. If surgery is required, Leigh’s
Leigh have announced that Matthew Sarsfield and Jamie Tracey have both left the club. The pair both reached a mutual agreement with the club to warrant their releases and are now free to look for other clubs. Sarsfield, 24, enjoyed
New Leigh Centurions signing Dayne Weston has admitted that he is fulfilling a long-term ambition by playing in England. The dominant forward, who joins the Centurions from NRL powerhouses Melbourne Storm, put pen to paper with the Championship side ahead of 2016.
One of the longest running transfer sagas finally came to a close this week as Rangi Chase completed his move to Leigh Centurions. The former England international halfback and 2011 Man of Steel winner ended intense speculation by agreeing a two-year
[follow_me] Leigh head coach Paul Rowley admits he has to ‘reprogram’ his mind-set, as winning every game is not essential for Leigh under the current structure. After losing just one match in the regular season, the Centurions ended the Qualifiers