KEIGHLEY Cougars will be adding "significantly more" outside bars after supporters became frustrated at the speed of service at home games.

The club say their facilities have been "stretched to capacity" as demand this season has increased due to the first team doing so well - they are runaway leaders in League 1.

A statement from Keighley owner Ryan O’Neill said: "The success of Cougars this season has seen crowds more than double.

"This has been incredible for our amazing club, however as a result our facilities have at times been stretched to capacity, and we know this has been frustrating for some fans at peak times to get bar service. The club acknowledges this and is working to fix it.

"For future home games, we will be adding significantly more outside bars, at various points around the ground.

"In the Hall of Fame and the President’s Suite, we will be offering a specific ‘card-only’ service to speed payments up, as well as a separate ‘cash’ payment bar – this should relieve pressure and speed things up.

"We will also be positioning remote beer points in the Hall of Fame bar, so as to relieve pressure on the main bar."