You’ve heard the jokes a million times before. A bus stop in Wigan, a town that doesn’t even have a train station, and so on. For years, Leigh and Wigan co-existing as strong rugby league clubs hasn’t even needed a conversation because, simply put, they’ve been worlds apart on the field, despite residing in the…

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