Popular former Keighley stars Joe Grima and Brian Jefferson will be unveiled as the latest addition to the club's Hall of Fame.

Keighley fans are putting together a long overdue Hall of Fame down at Cougar Park which is being sited in the club bar.

Late last year, former Great Britain international Terry Hollindrake and 91-year-old Norman Foster became the first former players to be honoured.

The Hall of Fame was dreamed up by Michael Ford and he said: "It is proving very popular with the fans. We felt something like this was badly needed down at Keighley to mark the long history of the club.

"We were delighted with the response to Terry and Norman entering the Hall of Fame and hope for a similarly successful night this time.

"Brian Jefferson's record speaks for itself while Joe Grima was a crucial part of the ground-breaking community work of the club in the early 1990s."

Grima joined Cougars in 1992 after a glittering career which saw him help Widnes to the World Club Champion-ship before moving to Keighley.

The popular prop also played a major part in the club's first honour for more than nine decades - the 1992-93 Third Division championship.

Jefferson played for Keighley more than 300 times in a 12-year spell at Lawkholme Lane from 1965 and his total of 2,116 points is easily the club record.

The two new entries to the Hall of Fame have been sponsored by fans John Laycock and Alison Smith, who got together to cover Brian Jefferson's sponsorship as a Christmas present to each other.

Grima and Jefferson will be unveiled in a ceremony at Cougar Park tomorrow, starting at 8.30pm, with admission free.

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