KEIGHLEY Cougars blasted past Cornwall with ease last weekend, so it is little surprise to see head coach Matt Foster name an unchanged 21-man squad for tomorrow's Betfred League 1 clash with Workington Town.

Keighley are on home soil once again, and will be hoping their side can repeat what they did last week, when they won 56-12.

The standouts were a hat-trick for captain Ellis Robson, who will lead the side out at Cougar Park once again tomorrow, and a debut try for Alex Bishop off the interchange bench.

Josh Lynam, Ben Stead, Matthew Bailey and Ben Dean, the latter as 18th man, were the four men from the initial 21 to miss out on the 17-man matchday squad last weekend, so will hope to make it on this occasion.

Keighley's game tomorrow kicks off at 3pm, but they will not be the first home team to be gracing the Cougar Park on the day.

West Craven Warriors, who are due to become Keighley Cougars Women soon, will be putting their Under-13 girls in action against their Oulton Raidettes counterparts.

That clash gets underway from 1pm at Cougar Park tomorrow.