30th January 2018, 10:01 | catalans
The 32-year-old long-serving prop first led his club in 2012 and 2013 and was re-appointed to the role following his return from a brief spell with Sydney Roosters in 2015.
Dragons head coach Steve McNamara said: “Whilst we have many experienced players and leaders within our team, Remi is the logical choice.
🇫🇷 Steve McNamara a nommé Rémi Casty en tant que capitaine du club pour la saison 2018.— Dragons Catalans (@DragonsOfficiel) January 30, 2018
🇬🇧 Rémi Casty will lead the Dragons in 2018 having been appointed as captain of the club.
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“His work within our organisation, both on and off the field, whilst I have been here has been exemplary.”
Casty, who is fit for the start of the new Betfred Super League season this weekend after missing the 2017 World Cup through injury, said: “I’m once again really proud to be the captain of this team.
“It’s an important role to me and it’s a huge honour to represent the club. The quality of this team, both on and off the field, makes my job easier.”