Oldham Reporter

​THE free weekly newspaper, the Oldham Reporter, is carrying a four-page Oldham RLFC pull-out in this week’s edition on the eve of the new Betfred Championship.

The Reporter is part of the Quest Media Group, with whom Roughyeds are in commercial partnership.

Quest Media also own the Tameside Reporter, the Glossop Chronicle and Tameside Radio, all of which will be covering Roughyeds in the coming season, given that all home games will be played on Stalybridge Celtic’s Bower Fold ground , half way up the hill on Mottram Road.

The Tameside Reporter and the Glossop Chronicle will also feature the four-page Oldham RLFC special.

The season begins on Sunday (3pm) when newly-promoted Oldham are at home to Widnes Vikings, who expect to bring between 500 and 800 supporters to Stalybridge.

Roughyeds chairman Chris Hamilton gives his thoughts on the new season in an interview on Tameside Radio’s social media platforms.

You can pick up a copy of the free Oldham Reporter, with its four-page Roughyeds’ special, at the following distribution points:

Failsworth Sports Centre, Brierley Avenue, M35 9HA
Saddleworth Leisure Centre, Uppermill, OL3 6HQ
Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill, OL3 6HS Uppermill Library, High St, OL3 6AP
Niccy’s News, Hunt Lane, Chadderton OL9 9HB
Woodlands Medical Centre, Chadderton OL9 0LH
Chadderton Sports Centre, Burnley St, OL9 0JH
Pavilion Cafe,Chadderton Hall Rd, OL9 9QP
Hyde News, Market Hall, Oldham OL1 3BG NJ
Burton News, Rochdale Rd, Oldham OL1 2JJ
Oldham Leisure Centre, Middleton Road OL9 6AF
Costa Coffee, Odeon Cinema, Oldham
Royal Oldham Hospital, Oldham OL1 2JH
Dr Kershaw’s Hospice, Turf Lane, Royton OL2 6EU
Royton Leisure Centre, Park St, OL2 6QZ
Costa Coffee, Elk Mill, Broadway, OL2 5HS.

Club Cash Lottery

In challenging times for businesses we are again stressing our urgent need for more financial support via the Club Cash lottery from both existing and new members.

With door-to-door collections temporarily abandoned, some have paid up front to cover a few weeks; moved to direct debit; or completed a bank transfer but the overall result has seen a drop in lottery income of nearly 50 per cent.

This trend is hitting all clubs and organisations and we have had to temporarily modify the weekly prize structure in line with the number of people taking part.

We still have a weekly first prize of £1,000 and other prizes of £100, £50 and £25 plus some £10 consolation prizes and we urgently and seriously need people to help us on this.

One way is to download a direct debit form here and follow the instructions.

Download Standing Order Application Form

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