KEIGHLEY Cougars’ penultimate game of the season is tomorrow at home to high-flying North Wales Crusaders and just like their Pride game with West Wales Raiders last month, it will be another special occasion.

The club will be unveiling their all-new Sir Tom Moore Gate at 12:30pm, with kick-off at 3pm.

It is the event designed to kick off their Family Fun Day down at Cougar Park.

The unveiling will see a number of guests and dignitaries in attendance as Cougars pay a permanent tribute to one of Keighley’s most famous sons.

The gates will open for spectators at 1pm with the Happy Hour of £2 a pint running in both the Hall of Fame and outside bar areas from the moment the gates open until half an hour before kick-off at 2:30pm.

During this time, there will be an Under-11 girls curtain raiser, which gets underway at 1:20pm.

The Silsden Stormettes face Illingworth as the two sides showcase the future of women’s rugby league in our area.

The two sides will also form a guard of honour for the players as they enter the field pre-match.

Freddie Cougar and a number of children’s television favourites will also be around Cougar Park throughout the day and there will also be face painting for all.

From 2pm until kick-off, there is a selection of live music, with the Oompah Band performing in the car park and a live musical performance also on the pitch prior to kick-off, and at half time, from the Voices of Yorkshire choir.

The music isn’t just outside, as Cougars will have a DJ performing live in the Hall of Fame bar, both before and after the game.

And at half-time, there is also a live performance from the Keighley Cougars Cheerleaders.

Don’t forget you can buy tickets both in advance and on the day, with the £20 family tickets available for two adults and any number of children under the age of 16 to be bought upon arrival at Cougar Park tomorrow.