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Huddersfield desperately tried to gain possession from the re-start, but that failed to happen and within seconds, Vincent Duport had rubbed salt into the wounds by storming over for his side's fifth try - and Bosc calmly added on the extras.
CATALANS DRAGONS: Greenshields, Stacul, Bell, Mogg, Pelo, Bosc, Perry, Carlaw, Baile, Guisset, Fakir, Croker, Mounis.
Catalans crossed for the first try when Bosc sent Murphy over, and soon after the winger was over for his second after beating some poor Wolves defence.
Bosc gave the visitors an early lead but Huddersfield found a way through when Jamahl Lolesi went over.
French through and through, Bosc has cooked here long enough to know very well what Americans want, so he provides a wide range of hearty, good-tasting food, dishes that would not seem strange on any bistro menu, always fulfilling, rarely frou-frou elegant.
Bosc added: Whether they want to relax or work before a flight, the lounge is the perfect place to do this.
However, the Dragons have ensured their squad remain happy and top points scorer Thomas Bosc has signed a new deal that keeps him at the club until 2011.
French Test stand off Thomas Bosc was tormentor-in-chief, grabbing a try and setting up three others with the Wolves trailing 22-2 at half-time.
Ryan Hall knocked on around his own 20 and Catalans pounced from the scrum, Thomas Bosc and Clint Greenshields sending in Cyril Stacul at the corner.
Co-owners are Silvio De Mori and chef Jean Pierre Bosc, also owners of the very successful Mimosa on Beverly Boulevard.
Contract award: villenave-d~ornon - bosc residence.
AFTER coming through the ranks at French Elite Championship side UTC, the senior squad of which was later to form the Catalan Dragons, Bosc was part of the 2006 squad for the Perpignanbased outfit's first season in Super League.
French Test stand-off Thomas Bosc was tormentor-in-chief, grabbing a try and setting up three others with the Wolves trailing 22-2 at half-time.
French stand-off Bosc, who contributed 13 of his side's points, ended a brave battle by the home side.
McCadden Place, Hollywood, is being revived by Silvio De Mori and chef Jean Pierre Bosc of Mimosa, the town's hottest bistro at 8009 Beverly Blvd.