David Mead faces at least two months on the sidelines

Catalans star David Mead has been ruled out for eight to 10 weeks after suffering an adductor tendon injury.

The Papua New Guinea captain was taken off a stretcher in last Thursday’s 22-12 defeat at Wakefield Trinity, and scans revealed the extent of the injury.

Mead faces eight to 10 weeks on the sidelines, and joins fellow Dragons outside-back Jodie Broughton, who also faces a lengthy injury lay-off.

A former Brisbane Broncos and Gold Coast Titans player, Mead has scored 15 tries in 33 games for the Dragons since joining the Perpignan club ahead of last season.

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