SuperLeigh Announce New Sponsor

Here’s the news we have been bursting to tell you!! We are proud to announce that SuperLeigh will this year be sponsored by JRs Taxis.’This deal will provide much needed funds that will enable us to promote what we do in many different ways’ said Manager Christine Brown.


She continued, ‘We are very much indebted to David Rowlands Jnr for his proffessionalism and generosity in joining us in what can only be described as a groundbreaking partnership and it is an absolute pleasure to be associated with the ubiquetous JRs brand.
JRs as a business has supported SuperLeigh for many years and when it was mentioned David jumped at the chance.’ The deal will also benefit lottery members who will be eligible for discounted taxi fares with JRs by qualifying for a gold members discount card. To claim this members simply need to call in at JRs office on King St, Leigh and provide proof of your membership(Membership card)and they will issue you with your very own gold members card.David said ‘We are proud to sponsor SuperLeigh, as a member I have witnessed at first hand the way That Christine assisted by Johnny Simpkin are at the heart of the fundraising effort for Leigh Centurions.Their spirit and determination is an inspiration and I would urge Leigh fans to join them in any way they can to help the club earn Superleague success.’
Anyone wishing to join SuperLeigh can call Christine or Johnny on 01942 487892 or email

Week 41 Winner


Ex Leigh Centurions player Rob Parker scooped the week 41 jackpot and is pictured with Superleigh manager and assistant manager Christine Brown and Johhny Simpkin. To be in with a chance to win £1000.00 Every week simply email or call 01942 487892 and speak to Christine or Johnny.

Superleigh Supports Compassion In Action Toy Appeal

untitledSuperleigh were delighted to support local charity Compassion In Action’s 2016 Toy Appeal over the festive period.

Superleigh’s Christine Brown and Jonathan Simpkin paid a visit to Compassion in action to hand over a number of toys which had been donated to the cause.

Compassion in Action is a registered charity and meets the needs of people in crisis with provision of furniture, food and clothes, accommodation, skills training, education and advocacy.

The Charity began back in 2006 as a coffee morning at St Mary’s church hall, Lowton – creating a meeting place for young mums, elderly residents and those seeking friendship and support. Due to the amount of people who attended, it was established that a greater need for support in the community was required.

Compassion In Action meets the needs of people in crisis with provision of furniture, food and clothes, accommodation, skills training, education and advocacy.

Since then Compassion in Action have continued to meet the needs of those in crisis and have developed Borough-wide.

A spokesperson from Compassion In Action said.

“We are overwhelmed with the toy and food donations we have received this year from local organisations, businesses, and members of our community.

“You have helped us put presents under the tree of over 450 children in the Wigan Borough this Christmas. For this we would like to say a heartfelt thank you on behalf of Compassion in Action and the vulnerable families we support.”