FANS attending our home clash with Phil Larder’s Keighley Cougars at the Vestacare Stadium on Sunday (3pm kick-off) will be given the opportunity to watch our next home game against West Wales Raiders on Sunday, June 30 for half price.
To mark Fathers’ Day we’ll have a lot of fun, which will include John Davies’s Half-Time Challenge; special offers for all fans (non season-ticket holders and season-ticket holders); the presence of the Past Players’ Association; and the assistance of a very special group of children on flag-bearing duties (more of that later).
Fans who are not season-ticket holders will be given a voucher on the turnstiles which will entitle them to half-price general admission to the West Wales game in two weeks’ time on June 30; namely £7 for adults and £6 for concessions.
Under-16s will get FREE admission to the West Wales game.
To take advantage of the half-price admission on June 30 adults and concessions will need to obtain a voucher on entering the ground this Sunday.
Fans please note that the offer relates to standing only and that the normal £2 upgrade to seats remains in place.
Season-ticket holders, meanwhile, will be offered an exclusive discount on shop items with an extra 20 per cent off 2019 merchandise, which has already been reduced, on production of voucher ‘A’ from their book.
“These are just some of the latest initiatives we have introduced in an attempt to improve numbers at matches and to increase the club’s profile,”
said chairman Chris Hamilton.
Season-ticket holders wishing to take advantage of the 20 per cent discount online can do so until 11.59pm on Sunday, June 30. Enter the coupon-code OLDHAM20 and your season-ticket number at the checkout to qualify.
Those wishing to pay in person at the office (tel: 07904 898177) can do so each Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10am and 3pm (cash or cheque only on production of voucher ‘A’) up to and including Friday, June 28.
John Davies’s Half-Time Challenge, which is growing in popularity match on match, gives young fans an opportunity to test their nerve and their skill by attempting to kick a rugby ball and hit the crossbar from the 20-metre line.
John invites young people out of the crowd to take part and he is looking especially for boys and girls in either Roary’s Pride caps, Roughyeds replica shirts or replicas from the junior sections of the local community clubs.
Added the chairman:
“We are hoping as many people as possible will get down to support us on Sunday as we bid to get back to winning ways.”