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Catalans Dragons reveal stunning kits for 2024

Catalans have today released the brand new Macron kits that will be worn by the Dragons in 2024.

The Dragons will play will the traditional white jersey, with the blood and gold chevron at home and with a navy blue jersey away.

Both shirts are made from Eco-Fabric, a polyester material  derived entirely from recycled plastic, to convey a clear message of sustainability and respect for the environment.

Catalans are set for a new start in 2024 and the fans are certainly on board with skipper Ben Garcia saying:

“They sense it they feel it we get it every single day, our training sessions are open training sessions.

“The fans come and watch they’re allowed to do that We felt it. We saw it last week. I mean, it’s a shame there wasn’t more people across there in France, first-hand, journalist-wise, to actually see and feel that atmosphere because it was special.

“So we understand the support that we get from our supporters is immense. We also understand the effort that they’re making and the sacrifice. It’s not cheap, it’s expensive for them to get across here and they’re making every effort that they possibly can. We need to get it done now, we need to win it and take it back.”

Steve McNamara on the other hand is clearly determined to get the Dragons back to the Grand Final:

“It’s more for the club you know when you’re a coach you get to stand in front of the media and talk to people like yourself and do all those bits but in reality.

“There’s a huge team of staff that support the team that goes on the field like you see so we’re the team behind the team and they have been outstanding to work with and then you get the extra team, another team behind that team which is your administration staff and when you’re a team like the Catalan’s that has to travel so much and so many logistics that are involved, the support of that team has been incredible as well so for me it’s about that, it generally is about that for our club.”

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