KEIGHLEY Cougars have confirmed that two players have left the club on loan, while another player has departed on a permanent basis.

The one leaving for good is Josh Slingsby, who has been released from the remainder of his contract with the club at his own request.

The winger joined Keighley from Super League side Wakefield Trinity following a successful trial period ahead of the 2021 season.

Debuting in a 40-0 home win over Hunslet, Slingsby went on to make 10 appearances for the club, scoring seven tries.

Keighley have thanked Slingsby for his service, and say they wish him the best in his future endeavours.

Meanwhile, Cougars head coach Rhys Lovegrove has allowed winger Keenan Dyer-Dixon and hooker Kian Fisher to leave the club on loan.

Both the youngsters have departed Cougar Park on loan deals with immediate effect for the remainder of the 2022 campaign, signing with fellow League 1 club West Wales Raiders.

The Cougars hold a 24-hour recall option following the initial 14-day period of the deal, should Dyer-Dixon and Fisher be required by the club at any point.

The two are both expected to feature in the Raiders' fixture away at Cornwall this Sunday afternoon.