Jullien signs new Dragons deal

Jullien signs new Dragons deal

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Catalans Dragons forward Benajmin Jullien has signed a new two year contract at the club.

Jullien has been at the club since 2016, coming back to France after two years away.

He came through the ranks at French club Sporting Olympique Avignon, before moving to North Wales Crusaders in 2015.

The French international spent one season at the Crusaders, scoring seven tries in 14 appearances before joining Warrington Wolves.

The utility player made 36 apperances for the Wolves, scoring six tries and after two loan spells at Rochdale Hornets, joined Catalans ahead of the 2018 season.

Since joining the Dragons, he has helped them to their maiden title as he helped them to the Challenge Cup in 2018, beating his former club Warrington in the final.

He will stay at the club until 2021.

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