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Join Us In Our Family & Community Stand This Weekend

13 October 2017

There is a variety of activities going on in the Family and Community section on Saturday as Oldham Athletic face Blackburn Rovers.

Activities include: Penalty shoot-out, board games, building blocks, tattoo transfers.

Fresh fruit will be available from the tuck shop alongside the hot food options which includes a kids meal deal option.

As usual Chaddy The Owl will be around the stand, if you see him be sure to ask for a picture.


For Saturday’s game Oldham Athletic would like to welcome Ben Cropper, Finley Davidson and Ava Blore who will be the Oldham Athletic mascots for the day. Ahead of the day let’s find out some more information on the mascot:

Ben Cropper
Age: 8
Attends: East Crompton ST Georges School
Hobbies: Ju Jitsu & Bowling
Favourite Player: Peter Clarke
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 1-0 Blackburn Rovers

Finley Davidson
Age: 7
Attends: Mills Hill Primary School
Hobbies: Football, Fishing and Computer Games
Favourite Player: Peter Clarke
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 3-1 Blackburn Rovers

Ava Blore
Age: 9
Attends: Our Lady & St Anselms School
Hobbies: Football
Favourite Player: Peter Clarke
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 2-1 Blackburn Rovers

Oldham Athletic would also like to welcome Logan Prince who will be the Blackburn Rovers mascot.

Bench Buddy

Saturday’s bench buddy will be Joseph Jakeway.

JD Williams Team Of The Week

Boundary Park Blues U10s will be the JD Williams Team Of The Week. The team will be on the pitch during half-time.

Oldham Athletic Academy Bucket Collection

Representatives from Emmaus Mossley will be around the ground collecting. Emmaus is a homelessness charity providing more than just a bed for the night to people who have experienced homelessness and social exclusion.

We provide a home for as long as someone needs it and meaningful work in our social enterprise. Living in a stable environment with the opportunity to work helps our companions, as residents are known, to regain lost self-esteem and the confidence to get back on their feet.

Prior to the Shrewsbury Town game POINT were at Park collecting – in total they raised £166.17.


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