THE Keighley Cougars award evening took place last Friday and many recognitions were given based on this season's performances.

The first award given on the evening was to the top tackler and Aaron Levy collected that.

Kyle Kesik picked up the prestigious Players Player of the Year award, and Jack Miller claimed the award for the player with the most appearances.

Miller played in all 3,840 minutes of Rugby League since joining the club ahead of the 2019 season.

Mo Agoro claimed the try of the season award for his effort at Cougar Park back in July's home victory over the

Barrow Raiders.

Dan Parker claimed the It's Worth Talking About Media Player of the Year, Charlie Graham swept up the Rising Star award and Ben Emmott won the 2021 Keighley Cougars Clubman of the Year award.

Taylor Prell picked up the most metres award and Brenden Santi claimed the 2021 Supporters Player of the Year award.

Santi also won the Man of Steel award, while Jack Miller claimed the 2021 Keighley Cougars Player of the Year award.

In other news, the Cougars holiday camps are back this autumn half term.

Santi and Josh Slingsby will be on hand to put the kids through their paces. The pricing is at £20 per child with a 25% discount for those who are registered at our local community clubs. Find more information through the Keighley Cougars Twitter page.