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A prominent owner from the 1950s and later breeder, Oldham celebrated two Classic wins, with Intermezzo in the St Leger and Zino in the 2,000 Guineas, amid an association with the sport potmarked by big-race successes.
Feb 1 1908 Second Round: Oldham 0 Everton 0 Att: 25,690 Feb 5 1908 Second Round Replay: Everton 6 Oldham 1 (Bolton 4, Abbott, Young) Att: 25,800 Feb 24 1912 Third Round: Oldham 0 Everton 2 (Browell 2) Att: 35,473 Mar 8 1913 Quarter-final: Everton 0 Oldham 1 Att: 43,000 Feb 17 1990 Fifth Round: Oldham 2 Everton 2 (Sharp, Cottee) Att: 19,320 Feb 21 1990 Fifth Round Replay: Everton 1 Oldham 1 aet (Sheedy pen) Att: 36,663 Mar 10 1990 Fifth Round Second Replay: Oldham 2 Everton 1 aet (Cottee) Att: 19,346 Jan 5 2008 Third Round: Everton 0 Oldham 1 Att: 33,086 CAPTION(S): SHOCK: Oldham's players celebrate their win at Goodison in 2008
Byline: BRIAN DICK JILTED Blues officials are fuming after their pre-season preparations suffered a significant setback when Oldham Athletic pulled out of an agreed friendly.
SOUTH Wales Scorpions fought all the way to earn a bonus point, but went down 16-22 to Co-operative Championship 1 leaders Oldham Roughyeds.
The payout would have been almost double that, but the tribunal ruled Michael Oldham had contributed to his dismissal.
At first Oldham seemed like just the kind of designer to give Old Navy an edge.
Oldham Sixth Form College has reached a rare accord with those pushing through three academies for the Lancashire town.
Byline: JEFF BOWRON Oldham Roughyeds 40 Gateshead Thunder 16 GATESHEAD Thunder's record-breaking nine-game winning run ended at promotion rivals Oldham who scored 20 points in each half to close the gap on the Tynesiders to four points, writes JEFF BOWRON.