Wolves too strong for Catalans

Warrington Wolves proved to be too strong for Catalans Dragons at the Halliwell Jones Stadium today, winning 34-4 with five tries and halfback Declan Patton adding five conversions and two penalties. But it was the Dragons, who were without their captain Rémi Casty, who opened the scoring in the 16th minute with the approval of the video referee, with the…

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McIlorum signs again in Perpignan

Catalans Dragons hooker Micky McIlorum has signed a new two-year contract with the club. The Ireland International will remain at the Gilbert Brutus Stadium until the end of the 2021 campaign. McIlorum, 31, played his entire professional career at Wigan before joining the Dragons last season. He has made 29 Super League appearances and scored three tries since joining the…

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Yaha scores four tries as Dragons edge out Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos gave a better performance than in some of their recent matches, but they went down a 26-22 defeat today against the Catalans Dragons in Perpignan, with winger Fouad Yaha, who returned to the club from rugby union earlier this season, scoring four tries. The Rhinos took an early 12-point lead with two tries from Ash Handley, the first…

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Salford hammer Catalans in Perpignan

Salford Red Devils were far too strong for the Catalans Dragons today in an upset 0-46 victory at the Stade Gilbert Brutus, which was a disappointing outcome for the Dragons after they had beaten Warrington Wolves at the same venue a week earlier. The game was close early on, despite Joey Lussick putting the Red Devils ahead with a try…

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Catalans get off the mark against Giants

Catalans Dragons got their season up and running in Perpignan today with a convincing 27-10 victory over Huddersfield Giants that included two early tries from Brayden Wiliame. The Giants got off to a good start, with Matt Frawley touching down after just six minutes, with his halfback partner Izaac Farrell adding the conversion. The Dragons replied when Brayden Wiliame touched…

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Catalans Dragons WILL defend the Challenge Cup in 2019

Challenge Cup holders Catalans Dragons WILL defend their title next season, Total Rugby League understands, after reaching an agreement with the RFL in the last 24 hours. A proposal had been pitched by the RFL to the Dragons, as well as Championship duo Toronto and Toulouse, that they lay out a bond believed to be in the region of £750,000…

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