A HOST of former players were in attendance as Cougars officially reopened the North Terrace as The Terry Hollindrake Stand before their game with York City Knights.

The ribbon was cut by Keighley MP Kris Hopkins as the club paid tribute to one of its most popular players, who passed away earlier this year.

The Keighley Ex-Players' Association turned out in force, with those present including Brian Jefferson, Dave Garbutt, Bob Chapman, Geoff Crewdson, Billy Cockcroft, Gerry Jackson, Dave Hazell, Keith Dixon, Paul Moses, Sid Hebden and Bob Cryer.

Members of Terry's family were also present and his grand-daughter Brogan performed a song at half-time.

Coming through the amateur ranks with Keighley Albion, Hollindrake became the club’s only home-grown international when he appeared for Great Britain in the Third Test at Headingley during the 1955 series against New Zealand.

During his first stint with the Cougars, he kicked 320 goals and scored 104 tries in 221 appearances before moving on to Hull FC and Bramley.

He returned to Lawkholme Lane in 1968 for a second spell with the club in which he scored nine tries and kicked four goals in a further 26 appearances.