David Campese " Australia Rugby Union " Rugby Signed Cards Autograph £20.00
This is a hand signed 5" x 3.25" white card by the former Australia Rugby Union footballer.
David Ian Campese, AM (born 21 October 1962), also known as Campo, is a former Australian rugby union player. Campese was capped by the Wallabies 101 times, and held the world record for the most tries in test matches (64) until Daisuke Ohata scored his 65th try playing for Japan on 14 May 2006.
Campese made his debut for the Wallabies on the 1982 Australia rugby union tour of New Zealand. In 1983, he equaled the then record for most tries in a Test match for Australia against the USA, scoring four tries. Campese was a member of the Eighth Wallabies for the 1984 Australia rugby union tour of Britain and Ireland that won rugby union's "grand slam", the first Australian side to defeat all four home nations, England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland, on a tour. Campese was a member of the Wallabies on the 1986 Australia rugby union tour of New Zealand that beat the All Blacks 2-1, one of five international teams and second Australian team to win a Test series in New Zealand. Campese was a member of the Wallabies for the 1987 Rugby World Cup, during which he broke the then world record for most tries scored by an international rugby player in the semi-final against France. During the 1988 Australia rugby union tour of England, Scotland and Italy, Campese received a standing ovation from the crowd and applause from his teammates after scoring a try for Australiaagainst the Barbarians at Cardiff Arms Park. Campese was a member of the Wallabies that won the 1991 Rugby World Cup, during which he was the tournament's equal leading try scorer with six, and acclaimed 'player of the tournament'.