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In 'The Centurion on Sunday 15th September


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#1 AlanE

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 07:36 AM

Good morning Bulldogs' fans. 'The Centurion' is the match day magazine of Leigh Centurions, and here is a brief preview of what's in Sunday's edition:

 

For the final edition of ‘The Centurion’ this season:-

 

Head Coach PAUL ROWLEY looks back with DAVE PARKINSON to the Featherstone defeat and highlights an error by a touch judge. He also looks forward to Sunday’s game with batley

 

MIKE HULME looks back fondly at the ‘play makers’ of Rugby League, (does anyone else remember Brain McTigue?) and poses the question, ‘Where are the next play makers going to come from?’

 

JOHN RODDY is in Mumbai – but still got his feature to us! He has words of praise for LeighLife. and tells us there are plenty of new initiatives on the go, to whet our appetites in the off season.

 

DAVE PARKINSON gives his final statistical reports of the season, for the first team and Under 20’s. We will be able to report the absolute final statistics, via the club and LeighLife websites, when the season finally ends.

 

MAURICE JONES’s has done us proud again, with his images of the Dewsbury game. 

 

Love RL correspondent, TONY WILLIAMS uses both barrels on a RL-hating journo from The Independent on Sunday.

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ALAN EDGE reports on Salford’s latest cash-splashing and reveals why our heroes keep dropping the ball. He also has Batley’s season in statistics, (anything Dave Parky can do….) and bravely/foolishly attempts an update on where we are up to on the play-offs – in BOTH leagues! He also has an introduction to two new signings

 

GARETH WALKER previews the weekend’s play-off games. (but he hasn’t been daft enough to attempt to explain what’s going on!)

 

This week, there is no Rob Parker interview, or LISA and Touchdown updates, but we still have 36 packed pages, including the usual SQUAD, LOTTERY and Fixtures/results information.

 

The bargain price is, as always £2.50.

 

Finally, a big thank you to all our correspondents, who have given of their time and expertise for free, and to you, the readers, who make all the hassle of producing a programme worthwhile!

 

If you are travelling over on Sunday, have a safe journey.

 



#2 phildog

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 08:20 AM

18 quid in and 2.50 for a programme? Dogs cheap then!!



#3 TheTerminator

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 09:23 AM

18 quid in and 2.50 for a programme? Dogs cheap then!!

To be fair to Leigh on the programme front Phil, as Batley fans we're in the fortunate position that a member of the excellent BISSA committee who is in the printing trade supplies our programmes for next to nothing - a discount that means we can knock them out for next to nothing and still make a decent profit. Other clubs don't have that privelege. I'd say that £2.50 - although seemingly a pretty high price to pay, is about the general going rate for a programme these days.

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#4 distantdog

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 09:51 AM

To be fair to Leigh on the programme front Phil, as Batley fans we're in the fortunate position that a member of the excellent BISSA committee who is in the printing trade supplies our programmes for next to nothing - a discount that means we can knock them out for next to nothing and still make a decent profit. Other clubs don't have that privelege. I'd say that £2.50 - although seemingly a pretty high price to pay, is about the general going rate for a programme these days.

 

Yup, and in addition, it is a varied and interesting production. There are those in our division that cost as much and are far less value for money.



#5 AlanE

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 06:29 PM

Yup, and in addition, it is a varied and interesting production. There are those in our division that cost as much and are far less value for money.

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