Leon Pryce to leave Catalans


Catalans Dragons can confirm Leon Pryce will leave the club at the end of the season.

The English stand-off will join Hull FC next season to start his 18th Super League season.

Pryce has so far made 68 Super League appearances for Catalans Dragons and scored 15 tries since his arrival in 2012.

Leon Pryce said “I've loved my time in France, thank you to all the fans.”

“ I'm looking forward to finishing the season on a high with the team. “

“It's been a fantastic experience”

The former Bradford Bulls and Saint-Helens player has made 392 Super League appearances and scored 165 tries in his career, winning four Super League titles, five Challenge Cup and four World Club Challenge.

“Leon helped the team to to make a step towards during his time at the club.”

“He brought his qualities, his competition spirit and his work ethic during the difficult times and shared his experience with the young French players who came through.”

“He will be always welcome in the South of France and I wish Leon, his wife Carly and his kids William and Lily much happiness in their new challenge." Said Headcoach Laurent Frayssinous

“Leon spent three seasons with the Dragons and he will remain among the great players who made his mark in the club history. We wish him all the best for the future. Merci Leon !” added Catalans Dragons CEO Christophe Jouffret