• Centurions ready for a double test

    LEIGH Centurions are set for a double test. They take on York City Knights at Huntington Stadium on Sunday, followed by Halifax at home on Thursday. The last time City Knights met Centurions was February, 2010, in one of Ian Millward

  • Centurions go six points clear after victory over Hawks

    Leigh Centurions 56 Hunslet Hawks 18 IAN Millward’s Leigh Centurions continued their winning form to go six points clear of Featherstone Rovers at the top of the Co-operative Championship on Sunday. The players had to work hard for their success against

  • Champions lose in semi

    THERE will be no Grand Final repeat for Leigh East this year. The reigning champions lost 24-19 to Thatto Heath at Close Street, St Helens, in the National Conference League elimination semi final on Saturday. Heath will meet last year’s beaten finalists

  • Boxers left frustrated

    LEIGH Boxing Club coach Adrian Fleming has been left frustrated by the judging decisions at the weekend’s National Junior ABA Finals in Kent. His two fighters Jack Catterall and Michael Connor both missed out on the ultimate prize despite their performances

  • French visitors at bakery

    BAGUETTES, brioches and all sorts of patisserie – the French are of course experts in all aspects of baking. So when visitors from France arrived in Leigh a visit to the town's award winning family bakery Waterfields was a definite must.

  • Just what the doctors ordered

    A MULTI site doctors' practice is one of the first in the Ashton, Wigan and Leigh area to receive and Investors in People award. Leigh Family Practice has earned the award in recognition of the GP surgery’s efforts over ther last three years in recognising