Keighley unveil charity jersey to support NHS and frontline workers

Keighley have launched their 2020 charity jersey in a show of solidarity to the NHS and other frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis.

Last week, the club announced they would be donating 5,000 face masks to Airedale Hospital, Sue Ryders Manorlands hospice and other frontline providers to aid with shortage of PPE equipment.

And now the Cougars have revealed their 2020 charity jersey to show further support.

The shirts are priced at £35 each, with all profits raised from the shirt sales being donated to the local NHS trust and other frontline worker groups.

Keighley’s players will wear the kit for their first home fixture back at Cougar Park, whenever that may be, as they will host a ‘Thank You Day’ for NHS staff and other frontline workers.

To purchase the shirt, click HERE. The NHS jersey will be dispatched from May 30 onwards.

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