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Paul Rowley says Leigh Centurions v Warrington Wolves will be a great game
12:20pm Friday 31st January 2014 in Sport
LEIGH Centurions are in action once again this Sunday as they take on the Warrington Wolves at Leigh Sports Village.
This will be the final home game for the Centurions before the 2014 Kingstone Press Championship kicks off in a fortnight, and following great performances against Wigan and Salford, Paul Rowley’s Centurions are really up for the challenge.
This will be the Wolves’ first game of 2014, and promises to be a cracker!
Head Coach Paul Rowley said: "As the pre-season continues to unfold, it's really interesting to see our new players settle in as they become accustomed to their new surroundings.
"We will be fielding a strong side, as will Warrington, with a number of internationals on show.
"We're expecting quite a few spectators from Warrington, and I'd like to urge our fans to come along and get behind our boys - it's going to be a great game, and the boost that your support can give us is tremendous."
Tickets remain on sale priced as follows:
• Adults £8
• Concessions £3
• Juniors free Of charge
The North Stand will now be open for this fixture. Anybody who would usually stand in the North Stand who has purchased a ticket for the West Stand will be able to gain access to the North Stand without swapping of tickets.
Centurions advise getting your tickets before match day as prices will increase by £2 for adults and concessions, while juniors will remain free of charge.
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