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|Oldham Cricket Club|
|League||Central Lancashire League|
|Ground||The Pollards, Watersheddings, Oldham, Greater Manchester|
|CLL History||1892 - 93
|Honours||First Division: 5 times
Wood Cup: 5 times
Second Division: 5 times (shared once)
Burton Cup: 1 time
Aggregate Cup: 3 times
Oldham Cricket Club is a England.
In 1892, Oldham were one of the founder members of the Central Lancashire League and currently run teams in the First, Second and Third divisions; with junior sides at Under 18 and Under 15 levels.
As of 2011, their professional player is South African professionals at the club, including Mark Charlton (2006) and Martin Smith (2004–05).
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