Leigh Centurions are pleased to confirm that they have made the Club’s subscription-only television channel, LCTV, available to all supporters of the greatest game of all, free of charge, during the current lockdown.
LCTV features match action, highlights, interviews, archive material including memorable matches of the past and a great deal more and is a fantastic resource, not only for Leigh Centurions supporters but for all Rugby League fans.
LCTV will be regularly updated with content over the coming weeks including regular updates from Club owner Derek Beaumont, chairman Mike Latham and club players, staff and directors.
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Leigh Centurions owner Derek Beaumont said: “We have taken this decision in these unprecedented times to add to the options people may have to stay in touch with the sport they love.
“We will be adding content of classic old games, player interviews, coaching talks for kids’ rugby and insights and stories from our directors and staff members.
“We will also be inviting fans to submit questions which will be answered as a Q&A.
“We will also welcome input from fans and any ideas of content they would like to see.
“In taking this decision we realise that we are making available something free that others are, and have been, paying for. We are confident that our fans who support LCTV will also support what we are trying to achieve here and will not take offence by it.
“However, we realise the effects that this pandemic can be having on people’s finances and therefore anyone who has prepaid for the service can request an immediate refund pro rata for the months paid that will now be provided free of charge.
“Likewise, subscribers may make the choice to cancel their subscription and standing order and use the free of charge code provided. For the avoidance of doubt the free access will not continue once the season resumes.
“We thank all our loyal supporters for their continued support and hope everyone is coping with the difficult circumstances we all face. If anyone has any situation that they feel anyone at the club can assist with, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help however we can.”