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Dave Naylor

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  1. Your chance to support the club AND the NHS ROUGHYEDS are showing their appreciation of the amazing work done by the NHS and other key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic by launching this special tee-shirt which carries the NHS logo on the front. Read more
  2. All the competitive Oldham tries this season. I'm learning some new (to me) software so I had a play ?
  3. Played at a snowy Boundary Park on January 10, 1982. Video on the linked topic page:
  4. Via Mike Turner of the Oldham Rugby League Heritage Trust: As Mike says, the video appears on the homepage of the Heritage Trust Website but I've embedded it below as well.
  5. Well. This YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/OldhamRLFC-TV is one I set up. It's a brand account that I created via my own personal YouTube account. It's been the defacto "official" Roughyeds YouTube channel since then. I was responsible for the vast majority of video work throughout 2018 since the regular guy took something of a sabbatical. Since I had the footage, I produced a series of highlight videos etc and put them on the channel. The regular guy, Pete, returned for 2019 and I therefore left video stuff to him. I'd upload the odd bit of GoPro footage to the channel but that's about it. I do still take Pete's match recordings and put them on the Oldham website (that I manage). All home games from the past few years are up there. I put the latest bout of ex-player videos up onto the (my) YouTube channel as well as the recently streamed 2019 final. The guy who's now the club Video Analysis Coach & Media Manager has set up another Roughyeds YouTube channel to stream games and host videos etc. I've taken that to mean that the channel I control is now not the recognised official channel. It is what it is.
  6. Exactly. I tried to run the club website and then my own fan site for a while but the two were just mirroring each other. Bits of code from DTBW ended up in the current Oldham website and bits more found their way into the Heritage Trust website.
  7. If you didn't catch the game, I put it on the Roughyeds TV YouTube channel.
  8. Deffo got the semi v Donny. You can have that for sure.
  9. Watch our Promotion Final win again — a great day for Roughyeds IT was a great day for Roughyeds . . . that memorable afternoon on October 6 last year when we beat big-spending Newcastle Thunder 18-14 at the Vestacare Stadium to clinch promotion to the Betfred Championship. You can see it all again at 7pm this Friday night, May 8, on YouTube. Don’t miss it — a great game, a great occasion and a reminder of what we’re missing during this Covid-19 shut-down and what we can look forward to when action resumes. Like many other clubs who are streaming big games from the past, we have opened a virtual on-line store to raise vital income for the club during the current national crisis. To help the club get through this unprecedented situation, the idea is for people to virtually ‘buy’ what they would normally buy at a home game. The system is fully secure and fans who take part will get a receipt sent to their email address. People can start to buy NOW and can continue to do so up to the game, during the game and after the game (especially when we’ve won !). Read more here...
  10. It's ridiculous for me to say, since he only played 15 games for the club, but David Liddiard is my favourite every Oldham player. However, it's true. Having that x-factor is so important, and he had it in spades.
  11. Watersheddings (and other assorted Oldham locations) -> Ashton-under-Lyne -> Oldham -> Slaithwaite -> Huddersfield -> Slaithwaite -> Leeds. I'm drifting east although I've probably stopped now ?
  12. They were great days back then. As much as we all turn up and support the current team/club, if we could relive those moments when we all felt we could beat anybody, how good would that be. I think I was working nights on the day of the 1986 semi-final. I genuinely thought we were going to Wembley. I was more shocked than upset when it didn't happen and as I went back into work on the night of the game I still couldn't believe we'd lost. Blummin eck. It was nice to have you as our coach Frank.
  13. Sat in the dug-out with Glen Liddiard and David Topliss at Central Park. Challenge Cup semi-final v Castleford, 1986.
  14. We're right at the beginning of the pandemic here in the UK. I read that we're three weeks behind Italy in its escalation and that we won't reach a peak until the end of May, beginning of June. If RL is suspended until April 3, there's no way it's going to resume immediately after that date.
  15. At least we get to enjoy Saturday evening unbattered.
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