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Randolph Oilers


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Please CLICK HERE for a printable version of our Recruiting Flyer.

Please CLICK HERE for our 2013 Roster.

Please click here for our 2013 Schedule. (coming soon)

Please CLICK HERE for profiles on the 2013 Oilers Coaching Staff.


The Oilers would like to issue a special THANKS to the following people:

          Our loyal Fans.                             Our generous Volunteers.                       Our speedy and caring Waterboys
   CLICK HERE for pictures.                                       CLICK HERE for pictures.                                 CLICK HERE for pictures.

 Our friends from the Randolph VFW              Our skilled trainers.                                  Our friends and families.

              CLICK HERE for pictures.                       CLICK HERE for pictures.                             CLICK HERE for pictures.

Without ALL of you none of this would be possible. The entire Oilers organization says:  THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!


2013 Results

* Game One.   July 12th, vs Taunton Gladiators.   The Gladiators defeated the Oilers.   Click here for recap and photos.

* Game Two.   July 20th, vs Worcester Fury.   The Fury defeated the Oilers

* Game Three.     vs the Eastern Mass Seminoles.

* Game Four.   August 15th vs Charlestown Townies.   The Oilers won, by a score of 28-6.  Click here for pictures and more details.     

* Game Five.    August 23rd vs Brockton Bucs.   The Bucs defeated the Oilers.  Click here for pictures and more details.     

* Game Six.     August 31st, vs the Quincy Militia.

* Game Seven.   vs Cowboys.  Game called midway.

* Game Eight.    vs Charlestown. Lost.

* Game Nine.   vs

* Game Ten.  vs Buccaneers. Lost. Click here for pictures.



The 2013 season is here!!!! 


Where:         Randolph High School
Address:      70 Memorial Parkway, Randolph, MA
Who:            Randolph Oilers vs Taunton Gladiators
When:          Friday July 12th 
Time:           8:00 P.M. Kickoff

The Oilers kick off the 2013 season this Friday July 12th vs the Taunton Gladiators.

The last time Taunton played in Randolph, the Gladiators were on a 6-game winning streak and came to Randolph as a heavy favorite. But the Oilers drove 50+ yards in the final 2 minutes of the game and won on the final play of the game.

This year the Gladiators are once again are being projected by most league "experts" to win the game. And they deserve to be the favorite. For several straight seasons the Gladiators have made it to the EFL championship game or at least to the semi-finals. But guess what? The Oilers don't care about last season or the year before!!!

This is a new season and a fresh begining for the Oilers under the tutelage of Coach Bob Turner and his exceptional coaching staff.

The last time these two teams squared off in Randolph, a Dave Canavan field goal at the buzzer won it for the Oilers.

The Oilers won't take any opponent lightly, but at the same time we believe we can win every time we take the field IF we excute our assignments and the game plan the coaching staff has devised, and if we play as a team and with the heart of champions.  

We believe we can upset Taunton on Friday night. BUT- to do so we need all our family, friends, and fans in the stands to support us! So please join us for a night of hard hitting and action packed football this Friday.

It's a fun night for the whole family (and unlike going to Fenway or Gillette- it's not expensive!) so come join us. See you Friday!!!!


Game Two!!
:         Worcester, MA
Address:       Worcester State University
Who:            Randolph Oilers vs Worcester Fury
When:          Saturday July 12th 
Time:           7:00 P.M. Kickoff

This is a new season and a fresh begining for the Oilers under the tutelage of Coach Bob Turner and his exceptional coaching staff.

We believe we can upset Worcester. BUT- to do so we need all our family, friends, and fans in the stands to support us! So please join us on the road for a night of hard hitting and action packed football this Saturiday.

It's a fun night for the whole family (and unlike going to Fenway or Gillette- it's not expensive!) so come join us. See you Saturday!!!!

2013 Pasta Kickoff Dinner


Above: pictures from the 2013 Pasta Dinner.

Another of the Oilers annual traditions is the team's Pasta Dinner, which always occurs after the final practice before the 1st game. The team gathers back at the VFW for a delicious dinner and team bonding. 

2013 Pasta Dinner: Date & Time TBD.

CLICK HERE for pictures from the 2012 dinner.


2013 Rookie Idol

Above: scenes from the 2012 Rookie Idol.

Another of the Oilers annual traditions is "Rookie Idol."  Prior to the start of the season the team gathers at the VFW for drinks and festivities, with the entertainment provided by the rookie players. The rookies perform karaookee style songs at the choosing of the veteran players. This always a very entertaining event.

2013 Rookie Idol:    Day & Time TBD.

CLICK HERE for Pictures from the 2012 event.  Video from this historic event coming soon.....

Get Well soon!
The Oilers would like to send best wishes to former Coach Fred Turner, Sr. who recently had open heart surgery.  Fred Sr. is recovering nicely at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Fred Sr is a former Oiler coach and an important part of the Oiler family, and we hope he has a speedy recovery. 

Get well soon Coach!

Fred Turner (right) along with brother Bob accepting an award for his contributions to the Oilers in the 1990's.


On Thursday night, the Oiler family was saddened to learn that legendary Coach Ed Penn announced that he has decided to retire after 26 seasons with the team as a player and coach.

Coach Penn , at a ceremony in 2009 to retire Coach Penn's jersey #.

Coach Penn, a member of the AFA Hall of Fame and the longest tenured coach in Oiler history, is beloved by all players who had the honor of playing for him.

Coach Penn is one of the classiest and most respected men in EFL history.  The Oilers family hopes Coach Penn will chose to stay involved with the team in any capacity that he may chose, as he represents everything the Oilers stand for.

CLICK HERE for a full tribute and recap of Coach Penn's career.

Also, please feel free to 
CLICK HERE to visit the profile page of Coach Penn for more pictures of Coach Penn, etc.

Coach Penn, along with his brother Sam, and his nephew Jesse.      


Season Kickoff Meetings:


What:   Randolph Oiler Team Meeting
Where:  Randolph VFW
Wednesday March 20th, at 7:30 p.m.

The Oilers will be holding a team meeting on Wednesday March 6th at 7:30, at the Randolph VFW. 

All current players, as well as any new players interested in playing for the Oilers in 2013 are encouraged to attend.

The Oilers WILL be returning to the playoffs in 2013. If you have the heart, skill, determination, and passion to help us achieve that goal please join us.

At the meeting we will begin going over the Offense and the Defense, so when practices begin in April we can focus on executing plays.


Jay McGee IS BACK!!!!!!!!

The Randolph Oilers are thrilled to announce that legendary running back Jay McGee is returning to the Oilers as an assistant coach for the 2013 season. Jay helped lead the Oilers to the 1990 EFL Championship, and is a proud member fo the American Football Association Hall of Fame

Jay is considered the greatest running back in EFL history, and his knowledge will be of huge benefit to the Oiler squad. Please click here for Jay's profile page.

Welcome back Jay!!!!!!!!


Frank Gaudette wins Second Annual Randolph Oiler/Buddy Thompson Commitment Award 

The Randolph Oilers and the family of Buddy Thompson are proud to announce that the winner of the second annual Robert “Buddy” Thompson / Randolph Oiler Commitment Award is Frank Gaudette.

The award  was established in 2012 to acknowledge the member of the Randolph Oilers who has served in the United States military and who best exemplifies the love of football, commitment to his country, and devotion to family that were the essence of what the late Buddy Thompson was all about.

Please click here for the full announcement, details, photogrpahs, etc.

Congratulations Frankie!!!        


Legendary Coach Bob Turner returns!

The excitement  is back in Randolph!!! 

The Oilers are excited to announce the return of Bob Turner as head coach of the Randolph Oilers.  With his return and tradition of winning, expectations are extremely high for the Oilers' 2013 season.

Coach Turner brings with him a very impressive coaching resume. In fact he was the last coach to lead the Oilers to an EFL Championship- back in 1990. The 1990 Oiler squad was the greatest in Oiler history, going undefeated and beating the potent Marlboro Shamrocks in the championship game.  
Coach Turner celebrating the 1990 EFL Championship win

Recently Coach Turner has coached in the EFL with both Taunton and Brockton. In just Taunton's second season in existance Coach Turner led them to the EFL Championship. And most recently he coached teh Brockton Bucs, and brought about immediate success and helped them secure a playoff berth.

Now Coach Turner brings his impressive experience and winning tradition back to the Oilers. With him comes defensive coordinator Bill Turner, his son, who is also one of the best defensive ends in EFL history. Bill was even signed by the New England Patriots at one point.
Please click below for profiles on:
* Coach Bob Turner
Coach Bill Turner 


First Scrimmage!!!! 
Where:  Worcester State University
Who:     Randolph Oilers vs Worcester When:   Saturday June 8th,  3:00 kickoff





Second Scrimmage!!!! 

Where:  Randolph High School
Who:     Randolph Oilers vs Metro-West Colonials
When:   Saturday June 22nd,  3:00 kickoff


Thoughts and Prayers to the Turner Family...

The Randolph Oilers would like to extend their deepest condolences to the family of Freddy Turner. Sadly Freddy passed away over the weekend at the age of 34.

Freddy's dad Fred Turner coached for the Oilers in the 1990's, and his uncle is current Oiler head coach Bob Turner.

As a young boy Freddy was a ballboy for the Oilers, and later went on to play several seasons for the Oilers as a hard hitting defensive back.

Freddy was loved by his Oiler teammates, and will be missed by everyone who ever had the pleasure of knowing him. Freddy had a wonderful spirit, a great smile and sense of humor, and a loving heart. He has left us at way too you young of an age

Please join us in sending thoughts and prayers to the Turner family as they cope with this heartbreaking loss. Rest in peace Freddy...

Please join us in supporting the Turners and paying our respect to Freddy. 




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