Super League: London Broncos have signed French international Tony Gigot

Last Updated: 07/02/14 4:40pm

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Tony Gigot: French international joins London Broncos

Tony Gigot: French international joins London Broncos

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London Broncos have continued their close-season rebuilding with the signing of French international Tony Gigot.

The 23-year-old half-back from Avignon had a spell with the London club five years ago but never made their Super League team and went on to play for Catalan Dragons.

Gigot, who played for France in the 2013 World Cup, made 17 Super League appearances for the Dragons in 2010 and also played for Toulouse in the Championship before spending the 2013 season in Australia with Cronulla.

"Tony is a player who has an opportunity to take advantages of his experiences," said Broncos coach Tony Rae.

"He comes to London following a year in Australia steering the Cronulla Sharks Premiership-winning NSW Cup team and a World Cup campaign with France.

"He has been here before as a young man. We look forward to him working hard and taking on the Super League season."

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