OUR second-round 1895 Cup tie against Doncaster will be played at the Vestacare Stadium on Sunday, June 2, kick-off 3pm.
The winners will be in the quarter-final and only two games from an appearance at Wembley on Saturday, August 24 when there will be a double-header with the final of the Coral Challenge Cup.
We are running a club trip to Wembley, full details of which are available on this page.
The RFL had earmarked midweek fixtures for round two of the 1895 Cup with Coral Challenge Cup quarter-finals on June 2, but as neither Oldham nor Doncaster are in the last eight of the Challenge Cup, June 2 was available and welcomed by both clubs as a preference to a mid-week evening.
The next few Oldham fixtures therefore are as follows:
Sunday, May 19 (3pm), Coventry Bears, home
Saturday, May 25 (6.30pm), Keighley Cougars, away
Sunday, June 2 (3pm), 1895 Cup rd 2, Doncaster, home
Sunday, June 9 (5.30pm), Doncaster, away.
You will note that we play Doncaster home and away on successive Sundays, first in the 1895 Cup and secondly in Betfred League 1.
A mid-season sale offers further reductions on 2019 merchandise with immediate effect.
Fans can buy online with debit or credit card or in person, cash or cheque only, during office opening times, which are Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10am to 3pm. Purchases can also be made at home games in the club shop.
New bargain prices are these:
- Home and away replicas — child (up to size small) £25; adults £30.
- Hoodies — child (up to size small) £25; adults £30.
- Polo shirts (adult sizes only) £20.
Roary’s Pride members are reminded that their first get-together takes place this Saturday, May 18, in the social club at the Vestacare Stadium, from 9am to 10.30am.
Duties, rosters and emergency calls-out permitting, there will be a fire engine present as well as three members of the playing squad in club captain Gareth Owen, Danny Bridge and Harry Maders — three Oldham-born local lads who are proud to play for their home-town team.
Certificates will be available for those members who still haven’t got them.
Anyone wishing to turn up and become a member can do so, but they will need the annual membership fee of £10 plus an adult presence to supervise.