Leigh RLFC Past Players Association dinner

Leigh RLFC Past Players Association dinner

Leigh RLFC Past Players Association dinner

First published in Leigh Centurions

LEIGH RLFC Past Players’ Association dinner was a sell-out with more than 200 attending at St Paul's Labour Club in Westleigh.

Top table guests included Association president and 1950s international packman Charlie Pawsey, Tommy Sale and Association and former club chairman Brian Bowman.

Norman Turley hosted the event which featured past players from St Helens, Widnes, Halifax, Rochdale, Huddersfield, Huyton and Bradford, who were entertained by comedian Trevor Wallace and guest speaker Tommy Martyn junior.

'Young' Tommy, the former Leigh, Saints and Oldham player is pictured between his father, Tommy, the former Batley, Leigh and Warrington player (extreme right) and ex-Leigh centre Gordon Lewis, who is standing alongside former Leigh second row favourite Mick Martyn, Tommy's elder brother.

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