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Leigh

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Denis, 20th-century British psychiatrist. See: Leigh disease.
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Leigh were getting the ball out wide with great success and on 28 minutes Leigh's right wing Joshua Hurst scored wide right.
And as a big brother to Adam, now 31, and Lauren, 17, Leigh was a role model.
Leigh coach Paul Rowley, whose side trailed 16-0 at half-time, said: "Rangi is a world-class player and it's easier said than done getting hold of the little fellas.
He said: "I had a chat with Leigh and told him he had to realise where he was.
Leigh Arms shrugged off a sluggish start and pulled one back through Mark James who finished clinically with the outside of his left foot before Andrew Mcguiness equalised to make the score 3-3.
Rachel Brand QC, prosecuting, said Leigh had also tried to hack into his estranged wife's Facebook account after having "got wind" of the fact that she had got back in contact with an ex-boyfriend.
Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray and his assistant Alan Hadcroft are both former Leigh players and are close friends with Leigh boss Paul Rowley.
Last Saturday's match took place 14 years to the day that Leigh was involved in a tragic car crash which claimed the lives of his two best friends.
The photograph of Leigh and Olivier was taken by photojournalist Larry Burrows at the height of her fame in 1949, and shows the couple attending a theatrical garden party, addressing the crowd through a megaphone.
Leigh Davis, Willy's Gazette, 2nd edition (Auckland: Jack Books in association with A Brief Description of the Whole World, June 1999).
Occasionally, if one of my family took over babysitting duties, Leigh would offer to walk me home from wherever I was I he knew I was nervous about getting cabs home alone.
I'm very happy for Leigh Halfpenny and I doubt he's disappointed about it