Millard decides to remain with Dragons
Saturday 02 July 2011
Daryl Millard has committed his immediate future to Catalan Dragons.
The Fijian centre, who joined the Catalans early in the season from Wakefield, has signed on for another year in Perpignan. "We're building a good side here and I'm enjoying the style of football we're playing under Trent Robinson," Millard said.
Millard is in the Catalans' squad for today's game at Bradford, but there is still no place for Thomas Bosc. Steve Menzies returns to his former club having said this week that he intends to play on next season when he will be 38 – although not necessarily for the Dragons.
The Bulls recall Shad Royston and Paul Sykes. They are without the injured Jamie Langley and Ian Sibbit, while Dave Halley, a regular at wing and full-back, has been released from his contract to join Keighley in Championship 1.
Huddersfield, after their thrashing at Wigan last week, have something to prove to themselves tomorrow, when the bottom club, Crusaders, are the visitors. Luke O'Donnell is ready to return after an injury absence during which his defensive steel has been badly missed. On the debit side, Shaun Lunt and David Faiumu are both ruled out.
Crusaders continued their planning for next season by signing their main playmaker, Michael Witt, to a new contract to stay for a further three years.
Hull KR are without Ben Cockayne and Liam Watts at home to Wakefield owing to a disciplinary matter. Wakefield have Semi Tadulala and Samy Masselot, a French forward, in line for debuts, but captain Glenn Morrison is out with a broken hand.
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