LEIGH Centurions first team went up against their under 20s counterparts in training at the weekend.

The coaching staff were impressed by what they saw.

Ex assistant and head coach Tommy Martyn also took a training session, gathering the Centurions kickers for a masterclass that was well received.

Head coach Paul Rowley said: “That was really good to have someone of Tommy’s calibre helping us out - there was certainly no better kicker of a ball. All the boys appreciated it.”

Cameron Pitman, who made his first-team debut at Barrow last season, has now returned from Australia and ‘started training with a bang’ according to Rowley.

The next LISA meeting will take place on Wednesday in the Legends Bar at Leigh Sports Village at 8pm.

And the Centurions Touchdown Club relaunches at the Wigan fixture on January 19.

Touchdown Club founder and club director Alan Platt said: “The 2014 season is huge for the club and sets a massive benchmark for the future.

“The squad we have provided this season is superb, the best in many years and packed full of excitement and talent. Let’s create a match-day experience second to none in the Championship and give Super League something to think about.”

Tickets for the event are strictly limited to 100 and are available for an introductory offer of £30 each, which includes dining, complimentary hot drinks, entertainment, guest speakers from the rugby league world, executive seating, and access to the banqueting suite for post-match player presentations.