Catalans Dragons have announced forward Paul Seguier has signed a two-year contract extension, keeping him at the club until the end of 2024.
The 24-year-old came through the academy ranks at the Dragons, and made his Super League debut for the club in 2016, during their 14-10 win over Wakefield. He went on to make three appearances for the club that year.
He continued to excel for the club’s Elite League side St-Esteve. Seguier also played five games on loan for Toulouse, starting in the regular season, and ending in the Middle 8s in the 2018 season. Toulouse would miss out on the Million Pound Game after defeat to Salford, and London’s win over Halifax in the final round.
A further loan spell at Barrow followed in 2019. He made six appearances for the club as they tried to preserve their Championship status.
It was in the 2020 season when Seguier really got the chance to shine in the Catalans side. He made six appearances, and scored his first senior try during their defeat at Salford.
He made 14 appearances for the club in 2021, as they won the League Leaders Shield for the first time. Seguier has also made nine appearances so far in 2022.
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Paul Seguier thankful for new deal
Reacting to his new deal, Seguier said: “Firstly, I would like to thank Bernard Guasch and Steve McNamara for trusting me with this new two-year contract.
“I am very excited to work hard and to play every weekend.”
Dragons Head Coach Steve McNamara added: “I am really pleased Paul has agreed a new deal. He is diligent, works extremely hard and brings great energy on and off the fiend for the team.
“He has really matured physically, particularly over the last 12 months and I feel he is now ready to make a big impact on the team’s performances.