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Joanne Pollard appointed fundraising coordinator as first step to create a club fundraising committee.

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At Leigh United we try to be proactive with fundraising and put back into the club giving our footballing families little extras like the Christmas parties and end of year presentation night.  To do this we run two or three fundraising activities a year including the Easter Football Tournament and Hike for Leigh United.  These types of activities are a …

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Match Reports 15th FEB 2020

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Knights Two great games today at Powerleague. We were expecting worse weather today but we managed to escape before the storm arrives. First opposition up was FC Strikerz Stingerz playing in Yellow. The Knights conceded an early goal but then came back with some good interplay and two excellent goals from Freddie ⚽ and Harry ⚽. A super throw in …

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Match Reports 8th FEB 2020

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Why aren’t there any scores / results in the match reports?This is due to FA guidance to prohibit results and league tables for teams playing from under-7s to under-11s.“Children are competitive by nature, they want to win and don’t need a league table or results section on a website to confirm this. Our ambition is for football to be progressive …

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Match Reports 1st FEB 2020

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AvengersA windy away trip for the 1st league game of the new decade saw the Avengers come away with a good result, a strong start put the pressure on the opposition and a great all round team performance through out the 60 minutes helped keep the Avengers nose’s in front, with P.O.M 🏅 Jolon getting a brace ⚽⚽ and providing …

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Club Presentation Awards Night 2018/2019

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On Saturday 8th July 2019 the end of season presentation evening took place at Culcheth Sports Club. The night saw 80 children from the under-10 to under-5 teams receive a trophy for their participation and dedication across the year. At the end of the night praise was also received from the staff at Culcheth Sports Club about the children’s good …

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Storage Cabin Arrives at Club

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Leigh United now have their very own storage cabin located at our home venue of Leigh RUFC. On the hottest winter day recorded, an Excalon truck trundled past the clubhouse and into the car park carrying a cabin donated by local company Comhoist. To do this without any cost to the club has been a proud show of club spirit, …

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Club Win Prize in Social Media Competition

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Leigh United have been drawn as runners-up in a social media competition and won a free professional green-screen photo day. Club Legends a sport photography business, ran the football competition in conjuction with UK grass roots sports and Leigh United was entered through a Facebook comment by Amy Payne. Huge thank you to Amy Payne!!!! The photo day is used …

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FA Charter Standard Awarded 2018/19

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Leigh United proud to be FA Charter Standard. The club continues to be among the country’s best after successfully completing the FA annual heath check and will continue to deliver the highest standard of grassroots football. The accreditation certifies that our club upholds values that appeal to players, coaches officials and supporters.  It demonstrates that our club offers a place …

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Double Celebration for the under-10 Avengers team

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Leigh United’s under-10 Avengers team through to the semi-final of the BBDFL Players cup and secure a second successive league promotion. Rewind 3 years and the Leigh United Avengers were leaving the pitch on Saturday mornings still waiting for their first win. The players quickly learned how to be gracious in defeat and to keep their spirits up when going …

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Leigh College Donates to Help Save Lives at Club

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STUDENTS and STAFF at Leigh College have donated two batteries for a defibrillator to Leigh United football club. The grassroots club doesn’t receive any funding and relies solely upon volunteers and donations to keep the club running. The high tech equipment is essential to maintain safety standards and is used to administer a high energy electric shock to someone who’s …