Keighley Cougars keep up their 100% winning record in the league as Workington Town were put to the sword in a 13 try display.

The Cougars opened the scoring in the 7th minute with Mark Ioane crashing over to make it 4-0. Jack Miller converted the try to make it 6-0.

The match just got better for the Cougars as skipper Ellis Robson burrowed his way over, and Miller converted to make it 12-0.

Miller who reached 1000 career points in the win last week, just kept getting better when a kick through was gathered by himself to score the third try of the game.

Dan Parker entered the field and within a minute scored a beautiful try to keep the Cougars pilling on the pressure.

Workington got back into the game through JJ Key, who was put through a gap by former Super League player Jarrod Sammut, that made the score 24-6.

A brilliant piece of play by Parker and Miller helped set up Brandon Pickersgill for his first of the game and kept the Cougars firmly on top.

Junior Sa’u found a gap in the Town to score his first of the League One season and sent Keighley in at 36-6 ahead at the interval.

Workington started the second half brightly and scored a strong break from Matty Henson that Key finished off for his second of the game.

After a trio of penalties for the Cougars it saw Christopher Taylor sent to the bin, and Oscar Thomas capitalised straight away after a good offload from Parker.

Cougars kept up the pressure with Sa’u going over for his second of the game and Keighley’s eighth.

Town never gave up though and hooker Henson found his way over the line to make it 48-16.

Aaron Brown was then sent to the bin for the Cougars for a late tackle, but this didn’t ruin the Cougars spirit as Ioane scored his second of the game.

The scoring was completed when former Bradford Bulls player Pickersgill got his second try and make it 58-16 to the Cougars.

The Cougars will now take on Hunslet RLFC in a crunch Good Friday clash and will be hoping to make three from three in the 2024 League One season.