Catalans Dragons pair out for the remainder of the 2024 Super League season

CATALANS DRAGONS will be without two of their first-teamers for the remainder of the 2024 Super League season.

That’s according to French publication, L’Independant, which has reported that both Manu Ma’u and Tanguy Zenon will not play again this season.

With Ma’u nursing a foot injury and Zenon a knee problem, the Dragons have been licking their wounds in 2024 with the likes of Mike McMeeken and Siosiua Taukeiaho also being injured for a large portion of the season.

Ma’u has made just 12 appearances for the Dragons since joining from Hull FC, with injury often limiting the 35-year-old’s time on the field.

And, he is set to exit the Stade Gilbert Brutus at the end of the 2024 season once his contract is up with the French club, bringing down the curtain on a frustrating time in Perpignan.

Ma’u previously made 47 appearances for Hull FC over a three-year period after signing for the East Yorkshire club from NRL side Parramatta Eels.

At the Eels, the 35-year-old registered 115 appearances after debuting for the club back in 2014.

Zenon, meanwhile, is contracted until the end of the 2025 Super League season after signing his first professional deal back in April of last year.

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