Leigh Centurions are pleased to announce PPS Design and Build will be one of its kit sponsors in 2021.

A growing, locally based company, PPS Design and Build (www.ppsdesignandbuild.com) offer a wide range of building solutions from refurbishments and extensions to new builds.

The company also supply skilled bricklayers to the civil and construction industry with projects across the North West.

Their experience and knowledge has helped to create the solid foundations of a new build company committed to excellence from the initial design right through to the construction. PPS Design and Build thrive on being able to construct homes and buildings that combine high quality workmanship with exciting design, something achieved through their well-trained and very experienced team of builders. PPS Design and Build have all of the different types of tradesmen available for new builds which includes electricians, plumbers, carpet layers and plasterers to complete the jobs at hand efficiently and to your complete satisfaction.

Leigh Centurions Commercial Director Jason Huyton said: “It was heart-warming to agree a deal with Dale Halliwell at PPS Design and Build as this is a more personal investment from a staunch supporter of the Club.

“When you enter these discussions you always have the mindset of what the Club can deliver for the business and what the business can deliver for the Club in terms of not just the initial investment but more a partnership that benefits everyone which grows and I believe this has the potential with PPS.

“It quickly became clear from the sheer enthusiasm, excitement and the opportunity to be a kit sponsor, in particular on the shirt, exactly how much this means to Dale. I sincerely hope he enjoys every moment cheering us on next season with immense pride and a realisation that his financial contribution has been put towards the clubs goals on the field. It would be even more amazing if our Super League application was successful, to fully enhance the exposure given to our wonderful commercial partners.”