Oldham's clean bill of health

Date published: 28 February 2022


Oldham Rugby League Club came relatively unscathed through Saturday's behind-closed-doors run-out at Salford and expect to have a clean bill of health for next Sunday's friendly at Keighley apart from prop Jack Arnold, who is recovering from an appendix operation.

Premier Suzuki has extended its Roughyeds sponsorship for a sixth successive season, a partnership that includes "great deals" on new and used cars for Oldham fans.

Local amateur club Waterhead, who have never won the BARLA National Cup, are through to the semi-final after their 38-12 home win against Orrell St James on Saturday.

They will play Myton Warriors of Hull at home in the last four on a date not yet fixed.


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