SAINTS want their dual registration players to play at Wembley with Leigh if both sides make it to their respective cup finals.

Leigh are in the quarters of 1895 Cup and looking strong for the showpiece event, which takes place after the Challenge Cup Final.

If Saints beat Halifax and get to Wembley - and Leigh clear their next two hurdles, Holbrook said he would prefer those players who have been playing with Leigh to be part of that occasion and play - if selected by Leigh boss John Duffy.

Luke Douglas has excelled all year with the centurions - and in various weeks has been joined by others, including James Bentley, Matty Costello, Danny Richardson, Josh Eaves and Joe Batchelor. 

Leigh have two games to win first - and so won't be taking the prospect of their first Wembley since 1971 for granted.

Coach Justin Holbrook said: “If they get the chance to play at Wembley - they will have earned it. If Leigh are to get there it will have been off the back of what Duggy and those boys have contributed and so it would be horrible to not let them play if selected.

"It is good to see Luke Douglas going so well at Leigh - he is such a professional guy who hasn’t dropped his standards at Championship level.

"He has found a bit of a home there and built a good reputation on how he is playing.

"I am happy for him.

"The Leigh fans have been great too - they get a good crowd down there.

"The relationship with Leigh has been great - especially with them being just down the road and that is good for everybody.”

Leigh play at Totally Wicked Stadium next Wednesday when they take on Barrow in the 1895 Cup quarter finals.