Casty leaves Dragons
Catalans Dragons can confirm Rémi Casty is leaving the club. The club captain, who turned 35 this year, has not been offered a new deal and leaves after 14 seasons at the Dragons.
He arrived at the club in 2006 during the inaugural season in the Super League. He spent his career in Perpignan, except in 2014 when he joined the Sydney Roosters in the NRL before coming back a year after.
He holds the record of games played at the club with 336 appearances and 34 tries for the Dragons. He also made nine NRL appearances with the Roosters.
During his career, he won the Challenge Cup in 2018, the Minor Premiership and the World Club Challenge. He became the first player to be nominated in the Super League Dream Team in 2012 and did it again six years later.