David Campese OAM AM

David Campese is widely regarded as one of the greatest rugby players ever.

In an international career spanning 15 years, he played more test matches for Australia and scored more tries than any other player in the history of the game.

David began his rugby union career with the Queanbeyan Mighty Whites in the ACTRU competition. His outstanding ability as a rugby player resulted in his selection for the ACT, Australian U/21, NSW, Australian Wallabies, Barbarians and Australian Sevens Teams.

On October 23 1996, David became the first Australian rugby player to play 100 tests. David has captained the Australian Sevens Team, the Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens Team in Kuala Lumpur, and was Assistant Coach to the Singapore National Team in the Asian Championships.



Born: 21 October 1962

Inducted: 2001


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