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Leigh Legends To Line Up Against Kiwi Legends

Centurions media release

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#1 Honor James

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 03:46 PM

A team of Leigh Legends will take to the rugby field once more later this month to take on a team of Kiwi Legends, to raise money for a very ill little boy.

This is a 'must see' event for all rugby lovers and is a charity game to help raise funds for Braiden Lee Prescott.

The game is to be played at Leigh Miners on the 24th November and kickoff is at 12.45pm.

The Leigh Legends team has a host of Leigh favourites who are all pulling on their boots for this great cause and the Kiwi team will be headed up by Martin Moana.

The Leigh team:

Simon Svabic
Dave Ingram
Paul Anderson
Dave Bradbury
Paul Norman
Simon Baldwin
Keiron Purtill
Alan Hadcroft
Sean Richardson
Mark Sarsfield
Steve Cawley
Neil McCulloch
Mark Meadows
Liam Bretherton
Tommy Martyn
Neil Turley
John Duffy
Micky Higham
Chris Hill

There's possibly another few names to add to that impressive list so watch this space.

There will also be an U14's curtain raiser - all this for only £2 entrance fee so please get down there and support this worthy cause.

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