Here is the community information for tonight’s game against Oxford United.
The mascot for tonight’s Oldham Athletic game against Oxford United is Community Trust competition winner Leah Jones.
Oldham Athletic Community Trust recently ran a competition for their primary school partners, as part of the competition pupils were asked to draw and colour in Chaddy The Owl with the winner being the mascot for the Oxford United fixture.
Ahead of the day let’s find out some more information on Leah:
Name: Leah Jones
Attends: Royton Hall Primary School
Favourite Player: Connor Ripley
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 2-0 Oxford United
Oldham Athletic would also like to welcome Thomas Woodington who will be the Oxford United mascot for the evening.
Name: Thomas Woodington
Favourite Players: Simon Eastwood, Chris Maguire and Marvin Johnson
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 1-2 Oxford United
The bench buddy for tomorrow’s game will be Samuel Halford.
Samuel was the runner-up in the OACT competition and was chosen to be the bench buddy for the evening.
Pictured below are our bench buddies from the Bury fixture.
At tonight’s game there will be a bucket collection at the turnstiles for the charity BloodBikes.
BloodBikes Manchester is a registered charity, which offers an out of hours and free of charge urgent medical courier service to the NHS. They volunteer to play our part in saving people’s lives and save the NHS money that would otherwise be used on taxis or expensive couriers.
Their courier service helps transport consignments such as:
- Blood for transfusion, platelets or other blood products
- Blood, urine, or other tissue samples
- X-Rays, scans and CD-ROMs
- Patient notes
- Controlled drugs
- Frozen breast milk
- Any other medical items or small pieces of medical equipment such as syringes and cannulas
Their service is provided by volunteers all of which provide their time for no pay or reward, 365 days a year, 7pm-6am weekdays and 24 hours weekends, bank holidays and even Christmas Day!
Due to being a non-funded charity, we rely entirely on donations from the public through collections at supermarkets doing collection stands of even bag-packing.