Keighley are stepping up their legal battle with the Rugby Football League in an effort to prevent them being relegated from the Kingstone Press Championship.
The Cougars, furious that relegation rivals Batley were not docked points for fielding an ineligible player during a win over Sheffield in July, are threatening to take out a High Court injunction to prevent the governing body releasing the fixtures for 2015 until their dispute is resolved.
Fawcett has put forward a proposal for a 13-team league for 2015 as a possible solution.
Keighley, who have been joined by Sheffield Eagles in their action, have sent a 2,000-signature on-line petition to the RFL, enlisted the assistance of the All Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group of MPs and are seeking the 10 per cent support they need to call a general meeting of the RFL.
An RFL spokesman said there was no comment from the governing body.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old girl was in collision with a car in Keighley.
It happened around 2.10pm on Saturday when a silver Audi A5 was travelling along Bradford Road and hit the girl at traffic lights by Sainsbury's petrol station.
The girl suffered a serious leg injury and was taken to hospital. The 29-year-old driver was uninjured.
PC Cheryl Moore, from West Yorkshire Police said: "We would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision, or the movement of the Audi immediately prior to it."
The father of an autistic boy who died when a gang deliberately set fire to his house in Keighley says witnesses need to come forwarded. David Clough has called for police to review the case. No one has been convicted after 12-year-old Damian died in 2009.
Keighley have been relegated from the Kingstone Press Championship on a dramatic final day of the regular season.
Four clubs were battling to avoid becoming the fifth club to drop into Championship One in 2015 and it came down to the final minute at Cougar Park, where Keighley conceded a last-gasp try to go down 26-24 to Featherstone.
Meanwhile John Kear, the man who brought Wakefield back from the brink of relegation from Super League in 2006, repeated the feat for Batley as they gained a 34-10 win over Doncaster at the Keepmoat Stadium to preserve their status in the second tier of the professional game ahead of the re-structuring.
An eight-year-old boy is in a critical condition after he fell into a river near Keighley yesterday.
The boy was playing with older children at Tinker Bridge in Braithwaite at around 11.30am yesterday. He fell into the water and did not resurface immediately.
Emergency services staff rescued the boy and took him to Leeds General Infirmary, where he remains in a critical condition.
It is believed he hit his head as he fell into the water, causing him a serious head injury.
West Yorkshire police have renewed their appeal for people to be careful near rivers, and not go swimming.
The Tour de France passed through Keighley before heading onwards on its way to Holmfirth and Cragg Vale.
We were there to catch the best of the day's events: