'The Centurion' is the match day magazine of Leigh Centurions. Here's a flavour of what's in this Sunday's edition:
CEO TREVOR BARTON is back and looks back on Friday’s occasion, using a couple of letters from supporters to demonstrate how the fans were impressed. We have more reaction from Leeds fans, elsewhere in the programme
Head Coach PAUL ROWLEY talks of the disappointment of last Friday’s score line and how much he felt Leigh contributed to the game, despite the score.
JOHN DUFFY gives a short interview on his role as ambassador for the ‘Hand On Heart charity.
DAVE PARKINSON reports on that Leeds game, updates all his statistics and reports the tweets of fans and players. He produces an in-depth look at our visitors. (which is quite a challenge, as this is their second visit to play us this season)
‘Love Rugby League’s’ JAMES GORDON applauds Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown’s reaction to our national coach scouring Australia for ‘English qualified’ players.
We’ve already featured Hunslet coach Barry Eaton in the ‘Opposing View’, so NATHAN LAWRENSON has secured an interview with Hawks’ player Luke Haigh.
Director JOHN RODDY has been unable to contribute this week, so we’ve got a feature from League Express correspondent GARETH WALKER. Gareth blames the decline on Championship crowds, firmly on the absence of promotion and relegation
MAURICE JONES & WAYNE KEEGAN captured all the excitement of last Friday and as there is no LOTTERY page this week, we have a two-page spread of action photos from the Leeds game.
ALAN EDGE looks at ‘hybrids’ – yet another obsession to copy the Aussies - in his ‘Flat Cap’ feature
In ‘Conference Call’, JEFF GORSE promotes the ‘Olympic Challenge Day’ – the latest initiative from the Miners to embrace the opportunities afforded by summer rugby and Leigh East’s TERRY GORMAN reports on what has been happening at East, this past week.
Former Rhino RICHIE BLACKMORE looks back on the Challenge Cup tie against his former club, details some of the initiatives he is involved in, and expands on his objection to franchising.
LYNDA PIKE has a comprehensive update on LISA news.
As a result of a slight re-structuring of our advertising pages, we have devoted the back page to an information feature, on the latest Championship table, and what’s coming up at the LSV Stadium
Once again, there is the usual squad information, and Commercial and Touchdown news – and incredibly ‘The Centurion’ is still a snip at just £2.50.
Make sure to buy your copy good and early, as we sold out last week
In 'The Centurion' this Sunday
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