Leigh 25 – 0 Salford

Leigh 25 – 0 Salford

Leigh Centurions ended the regular Betfred Super League season with an important victory that saw them climb above Widnes Vikings and into 11th spot. The fixtures for the Qualifiers will be revealed by the RFL next Wednesday but Leigh will now play Widnes, Hull KR and the third-placed Kingstone Press Championship club at home. They will be away to Warrington, Catalans, London Broncos and the fourth placed Championship team. Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-finalists Salford lost out on a top four finish after their sixth defeat in their last seven league…

Read More

Jamie Acton: Public Apology

Jamie Acton: Public Apology

Leigh Centurions forward Jamie Acton has issued a public apology to the Club’s supporters, staff, directors and sponsors after being suspended for the rest of the 2017 season. Acton was initially handed a nine-match suspension by an independent RFL disciplinary tribunal after being found guilty of a Grade F ‘other contrary behaviour charge’ arising from the recent Betfred Super League game against Catalans Dragons. After the severity of the punishment was appealed by the Leigh Centurions Club, an independent tribunal dismissed the appeal and instead decided to increase Acton’s ban…

Read More

Centurions Sign Greg Richards From St Helens

Centurions Sign Greg Richards From St Helens

Leigh Centurions are pleased to confirm the signing of Greg Richards from St Helens on a contract to the end of November 2018, with the Club having a further one year option. Leigh Centurions Head Coach Neil Jukes said: “Greg has been at an elite club for a number of years and played a lot of games. He is going to bring good habits and plenty of experience, even though he has youth on his side. “Greg has really bought into our vision and what we want to achieve at…

Read More

Huddersfield 26 – 4 Leigh

Huddersfield 26 – 4 Leigh

Huddersfield Giants duly collected the points they needed to ensure a top eight finish in the Betfred Super League with victory in a penalty littered game at the John Smith’s Stadium. The Giants looked a far improved outfit from that which went down 30-0 at LSV earlier in the season, effectively controlling the game from the start. The Centurions put in a big defensive effort but rarely threatened in attack as the Giants’ impressive defensive structures stifled any attacking threats from the visitors. Leigh’s only score came from a kick…

Read More