Leigh Leopards Ticket Crackdown: Ensuring Fair Play for Fans

Leigh Leopards Crack Down on Ticket Misuse Ahead of Crucial Clash

In a decisive move, the Leigh Leopards rugby league club has warned its members against improperly using their tickets and memberships. The club, which boasts a record-high membership of over 5,500, has implemented a new ticketing and membership scheme that has contributed to their growing fan base. However, the club has now encountered “significant issues” during their recent match against the Catalans Dragons, prompting them to take action.

The club has stated that they will be enforcing stricter checks at the turnstiles, in partnership with Leigh Sports Village, to ensure that supporters are using the correct tickets and memberships. Fans will be permitted to transfer their memberships to individuals in different age categories, but they will be required to pay an upgraded price for the game, preventing adults from gaining entry at child ticket rates.

Consequences for Misuse

Leigh Leopards have made it clear that any members caught using invalid or unsuitable tickets will face consequences. Those found to be accessing the stadium with the wrong membership will have their cards confiscated and receive a warning. If the member breaches these conditions a second time, they will be issued a ban and their membership will be cancelled without a refund.

Crucial Clash Ahead

The club’s decision to crack down on ticket misuse comes as they prepare to host the Castleford Tigers on Saturday, May 4th, at 5:30 pm. With the team’s impressive performance in their recent 30-2 win over the Catalans Dragons, the Leigh Leopards will be hoping to maintain their momentum and secure another victory in front of their passionate supporters.

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