Lawkholmers to Cougars - A Rugby League History

JASON RAMSHAW
'Rammy' is without doubt the most consistent player in the 1990 Cougar era.
Described by many as 'the best number 9 outside Superleague' he is the son of
renowned Featherstone and Halifax player, Terry Ramshaw. He came from an
impressive four seasons at Halifax in 1992 as part of Peter Roe's building of
the great team on 1992-3 and has been an important part of the club ever since.
From acting half-back he has been able to create many tries and try scoring
opportunities as well as having an eye for the drop goal. He has gained two
Championship medals and made two Premiership appearances with Cougars. Latterly
as club captain he has led the club both on and off the pitch. I don't think
it's stretching a point to say that without him there might be no Cougars today.
With his experience, vast knowledge and qualifications in the game there surely
is a great future for Jason.
HARRY MYERS
The only player ever to wear a Keighley