Leigh set out spectator rules for fans’ return

Leigh Centurions have announced that when crowds are admitted back to stadia from 17 May this year, they will initially restrict admission to season-ticket holders…

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Leigh owner stands out against private equity abort payment

Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont has spoken publicly for the first time about his club’s potential liability for paying a share of the abort fee…

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Duffy delighted to sign Elliot

Leigh Centurions coach John Duffy has expressed his delight with his club’s latest signing, NRL star Brendan Elliot, from the Manly Sea Eagles. Elliot, 27,…

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Duffy strengthens his squad with Manly star

Leigh Centurions coach John Duffy is reported to have strengthened his squad by completing the signing of Manly fullback Brendan Elliot. Elliot, 27, has made…

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Saints to face Leigh in Makinson Testimonial

St Helens will host Super League newcomers Leigh Centurions on Saturday 13th March 2021 (kick off 6pm) at the Totally Wicked Stadium in Tommy Makinson’s…

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Leigh face tough Wigan challenge on day one

Barrie McDermott reckons Leigh couldn’t have a harder opening-match mission on their return to Super League. The Centurions, back in the big time after getting…

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Centurions snap up McCarthy

Leigh Centurions have signed Ireland international Tyrone McCarthy, who had recently left Salford Red Devils after four seasons at the AJ Bell Stadium. Loose forward…

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Beaumont pledges to act in the interests of the game

Super League officials have remained tight lipped surrounding the ongoing reports surrounding private equity, following League Express’ revelation in last week’s issue that a deal…

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Schoey: Too many cooks at Leigh?

I presume Garreth Carvell (pictured) is settling into his new role as head of rugby at Leigh. But I have to say the appointment has…

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Mullen ready to fire for Centurions

Having grown up in Wigan, there was perhaps nothing more exciting for Craig Mullen than to pull on the famous cherry and white jersey. The…

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