Leigh Leopards promise “big things” as Derek Beaumont aims to “compete in Super League”

Leigh Leopards have made some big statements already.

Not least in their decision to rebrand as the Leopards themselves but also in their major signings for the 2023 Super League season as they look to avoid relegation in Super League for the first time after they suffered relegation in 2005, 2017 and 2021.

They have signed the likes of ex-Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos fullback Zak Hardaker and Huddersfield Giants star Ricky Leutele.

Many have questioned Leigh owner Derek Beaumont’s decision to rebrand, but Beaumont has been open and honest with everyone who has questioned the call even leading a fan event to explain the big call he made.

Now the club are promising big things according to their Twitter page.

They said: “Big things are coming and we can’t wait to share them with you.”

It comes as Beaumont listed the goals he has for the club moving forward into 2023 and beyond at the fan event.

He wants to get the Leopards competing in Super League: “It’s about building a sustainable club this time that stays in Super League, that competes in Super League that has an academy and a full suit of teams. So, we’re going permanently in Super League so everything points to change.

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