St Pauls Primary School were the winners of the first ever OACT Schools Cup, in partnership with Ultimate Products, as they triumphed last week.
The competition was the first of several to be held prior to the summer holidays, with OACT and Ultimate Products working together to provide further opportunities for local children to engage in.
St Pauls, St Annes Royton and Holy Family took part in the competition, held at Kick Sonic, with each schools years 4/5 classes taking part. As part of the event each child received an electronic prize, courtesy of Ultimate Products.
Jack Garside, OACT Primary Stars Lead commented: "It was fantastic to host this event and a pleasure to welcome down Ultimate Products.
"Ultimate Products, like ourselves, are passionate about providing opportunities for young people across Oldham and through this unique partnership they have gone above and beyond.
"Last weeks competition is the first of many that we have planned, with the next event taking place in June."
Craig Holden, Group HR & Operations Director added: "Ultimate Products are delighted to announce our partnership with such a well-established football club.
"Oldham Athletic and the Community Trust is a renowned brand both locally as well as nationally, and it gives us great pleasure to be working in collaboration with them.
"We share a very similar ethos in providing opportunities to the local community, and ensuring that Oldham remains a dynamic area."