Catalan veteran could play on
Catalan veteran Steve Menzies says he is yet to decide on his future beyond the end of the season as he continues to ponder retirement.
The 38-year-old Dragons star will smash the record set by Brad Davis in 2004 and become the oldest player ever to play in a Super League match if he is selected to face Wigan on Saturday. Menzies joined the Dragons ahead of the 2011 season, having shelved previous plans to hang up his boots following his exit from former club Bradford. He continues to play a pivotal role in the forward pack of Super League's only French representatives and could now sit down with Catalan head coach Trent Robinson and attempt to hammer out a new contract, should the former NRL Grand Final winner opt to continue playing in 2013. "If I feel fit and healthy enough then I'll carry on. I'm feeling good at training and in matches and I'm still enjoying my rugby. I haven't made my mind up yet though and it's something I'll have to think long and hard about in the months ahead," said Menzies. "My biggest fear is to become the guy who people look at and wonder why he is still playing. But hopefully that won't happen to me." The Dragons will look to bounce back from Friday's shock defeat to Salford when they welcome league leaders the Warriors to Montpellier this weekend.