Leigh Centurions Past Players Association invite supporters to celebrate the launch of the Betfred Super League 2017 campaign with a mixed Valentine’s Day dinner dance in the Banqueting Suite at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday 11th February.
The fun packed evening will feature a three course meal with tea and coffee, two free bottles of wine per table and player interviews.
The brilliant local vocalist Zoe Unsworth and popular local DJ Gaz Rhoden will also headline the evening, with start time 7 for 7-30pm and carriages after last orders at 12-30.
Tickets are priced at £25 each and are available from Joe Gormally (Mobile number 07810 861373). Tables consist of 10 or 12 people and full tables can also be booked on line firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
This evening is the first in a number of events planned by Leigh Centurions Past Players Association during the year.
Former Leigh players Joe Gormally, Mike Blakeley and John Woods are among many Past Players involved in the Association along with former long serving club officials John Stringer and Tony O’Neill.
Leigh legend John Woods has kindly accepted an invitation to be the Association’s liaison officer and will also act as an ambassador for Leigh Centurions with special attention towards the recently unveiled plans to develop an academy structure.