Catalans Dragons have signed Brayden Williame on a two-year contract from the start of the 2017 season.

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach Trent Barrett wished Brayden well in the English Super League.

“This is a great opportunity for Brayden to secure his playing future for the next two years and we didn’t want to stand in his way, even though he was contracted for next season,’’ Barrett said.

“It was a pleasure to coach Brayden and his versatility at being able to play full-back, wing, or centre was always valuable.

“I like to thank Brayden for his service to the Sea Eagles. The club wishes him and his family all the best at the Catalans Dragons.”

A Fijian international, Wiliame played 23 matches for the Sea Eagles over the past two seasons. He scored six tries in 18 games in 2016.

15 COMMENTS

  1. Good luck to him. I thought he went fairly well at Manly and was good value for money and generally didn’t let the team down. All the best

  2. Quality young player good luck to him He will be back Niger and better then before. Has anyone heard anything on who Melbourne are looking at for the halfs they where saying Carny but he didn’t get reinstated they should have a go at Jackson Hastings

      • Just joking on the above. Personally I think they should give Munter a go at 5/8 if Slater returns at Fullback. Cronk and Smith can do the kicking. Munster can just take the line on in attack and I think his defense is strong.

        • greggo

          +1 re “Personally I think they should give Munter a go at 5/8 if Slater returns at Fullback.”

          And funny that… “No need to be racist mate” LOL (I’m king of the typos stormitup so I feel your pain!) 😉

  3. It took 14 matches to get his first nrl win. Seriously a contract ain’t worth the paper it’s written on

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