The Road To Wembley Continues In The AB Sundecks 1895 Cup Quarter-Final

LSV is unavailable due to annual pitch maintenance

Leigh Centurions continue their journey on the Road that leads to Wembley when they entertain Barrow Raiders in the Quarter-Final of the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup.

The venue, date and kick-off time for this important tie have now been finalised.

As essential annual pitch maintenance is taking place at Leigh Sports Village, this tie will take place at St Helens RLFC’s Totally Wicked Stadium on Wednesday 26thJune 2019 with a 7-30pm kick-off.

Ticket prices are as follows (Main Stand seated area only):

Leigh Centurions and St Helens season ticket holders and non-season ticket holders with a ticket stub for Leigh’s second tie v Workington Town: £15 Non-season ticket holders: £18

Concessions (over 65 years and 18-21 years)-
£10 and £12 respectively

(Advance)- free of charge; (Match day)- £1.

The club is looking to get these tickets on sale as soon as possible. A further announcement will be made once tickets are on sale

Once on sale, supporters will be able to pre-purchase their tickets in person at the Leigh Sports Village Stadium Ticket Office, online by clicking here or by calling 01942 487888.

The Totally Wicked Stadium, will be the venue for this game: Photo courtesy of SW Pix

Supporters are also advised to retain all AB Sundecks 1895 Cup match tickets for all of the Club’s home and away fixtures to be eligible for a special event/privileges should the Club progress to the final at Wembley (platinum for attending all home & away, gold for attending all home games). Further details will be announced in due course should the Club progress.

If you wish to purchase ambulant disabled or wheelchair disabled tickets, you can do so directly through the Ticket Office. These are priced according to the relevant category above, with a complimentary ticket provided for a carer. Please be aware that appropriate proof of disability may be requested and will need to be registered with the Ticket Office.

Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont said: “One of the sacrifices of having what I consider the best playing surfaces in Rugby League is enabling the maintenance work to be undertaken at the appropriate time.

“Leigh Sports Village do a tremendous job at a large expense to themselves to provide us with an amazing facility and we have always been able to work together to accommodate this.

“This year is the introduction of the AB Sundecks 1895 Cup and therefore we have encountered a situation that hasn’t previously been a problem. This has presented us with the opportunity to further cement our partnership with St Helens who have kindly agreed to make their fantastic facility available to us for the fixture.

Luke Douglas, on loan from ST Helens

“I would like to thank Saints CEO Mike Rush for arranging this at relatively short notice and being so accommodating to our Club and our coaching staff. St Helens have been fantastic to us this year with the players they have made available on loan and dual registration and the manner in which those players have bought into our Club has been there for all to see.

“It would be fantastic if some of the Saints fans could come along to the game and support our lads along with their own as they battle to give themselves the chance to hopefully see both sides progress to Wembley on the 24th August.

“It is for this reason that we felt it was appropriate to make the season ticket offer valid for Saints fans as well as our own.

“Barrow put in a fantastic performance against Bradford particularly inspired in the second half by a superb performance by Jono Smith and there is no doubt they will fancy their own chances of walking out at Wembley.

“So we will need as much support as we can from our fans and I thank you in advance for your continued support.”

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