Oldham have unveiled a new shirt in support of the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Oldham assistant coach Brendan Sheridan was hospitalised with the virus and put into a coma for two weeks. He was released from hospital after beating the virus and is continuing his recovery from his home in Dewsbury.
Half of the profits from the shirt sales will be donated to local NHS charities.
Oldham chairman Chris Hamilton said: “The club is showing its appreciation of the amazing work done by the NHS and other key workers during the pandemic.
“We have been wanting to do something like this for a while but it is only now, with lockdown easing, that factories are able to accept orders.”
The shirt is on sale at £29 and can be pre-ordered on the club’s website before midnight on Sunday, June 28. To pre-order yours, click here.
Your chance to support the club AND the NHS with the release of our limited edition Tee-Shirt! 👔
50% of ALL proceeds will go to local @NHSuk charities 🌈
— Oldham RLFC (@Roughyeds) June 19, 2020
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