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roughyedspud

additional games?

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who could we play during the next few weeks to our match fitness up??

amateur teams?? are any of them free to play us??

and how about we ask the ARMY RL team to come up whitebank and host some kind of "help for heroes" event?

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Just finished watching the game all the way through for the first time and was suprised how many missed tackles we had at times during the game worryingly from a couple of the forwards. So yes a couple of games to sharpen up and build confidence are needed in my opinion, maybe Salford U20's and I like the idea of a game against either the RAF or the Army for help the heroes. 

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The under 15's or under 14's?

Either of them would concede less, and give more of a game than your lot did v Cas not so long ago....

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Either of them would concede less, and give more of a game than your lot did v Cas not so long ago....

Nice one singe I like that!!!

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If you want a more even game then why not try the under 12's?

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Now now boys if that's your penchant then I'm sure the Internet is big enough to accommodate you. Lets stick to ribbing each othe about RL ehh

Don't st Anne's, water head and saddleworth have their last games of the season shortly, it'd be good if you could play a select side draw from the amateur teams as a fund raiser for them.

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a idea ive had for a long time,and mention it from time to time,is i think that Rugby Oldham should re-establish 'OLDHAM FC',playing in the old original amber & black hoops, as a oldham area amateur rep team to play OLDHAM RLFC every year..

would be a good bridge builder imo

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