Following on from the excellent work of ORSA, Jamie Hollingworth, his brother Kristian, John Davies and Sam Doyle are the driving forces in the evolution of the newly formed supporters’ group, “Yeds”.
The official supporters’ group is focused on building relationships with all Roughyed’ supporters and with Oldham RLFC, writes JOHN DAVIES.
The group hopes to raise funds through various activities and initiatives, and we are hoping supporters from around the planet will join the “Yeds” so we can work together to develop relationships with every supporter and with the club.
We are dependent on your support. We are aiming to help to improve the club’s profile in schools, the wider community and with local businesses.
We have fans all around the country and all around the world and in this magical digital and technical world they are no further from Oldham than a key pad and a screen. Such are the wonders of modern technology — and we aim to key into that for the benefit, essentially, of the club that has graced the rugby league scene in this country for around 150 years.
The Yeds have been involved in positive and productive talks with Chris Hamilton and we are hoping to secure as many subscribed members as possible.
You can sign up today for standard membership (£4.50 per month) and you will be entered in a draw to win a signed 2022 Oldham RLFC home shirt. Premium members (£6.50 per month) have the opportunity to win a 2022 season ticket.
On top of the above, sign up before December 17 to enter the Yeds Christmas Draw. All subscribed members will be entered into the draw to win a £50 club shop voucher. We would like to thank Oldham RLFC for supporting the Christmas Draw.
We would also like to thank Donkeystone Brewing Company for their fantastic prize donation, details of which will be published shortly.
Full membership details are available on the official website yedsosg.co.uk, and you can check out our social media platforms @yedsosg (Twitter), Facebook and Instagram. The official website also includes an interactive supporters’ forum.
With the support of all concerned, we are looking forward to partnering all supporters in the development of our club.
These might be tough times in rugby league . . . but history decrees that facing up to tough times, and coming through victorious on the other side, is what being a Roughyed, or a YED, is all about.