In both 2003 and 2004, Stade Français won the French championship, defeating Toulouse in 2003 final, and Perpignan in 2004. The club was also a finalist in the 2005 final, though they were defeated by Biarritz. He scored two tries in Stade's 48 to 8 win over Newcastle in the 2004-05 Heineken Cup quarter-final. They went on to defeat Biarritz in the semi-final, before facing Toulouse in the final at Murrayfield, which they lost. He was a replacement in the 2005-06 Top 14 9–12 semi-final loss against Toulouse.