Footy star coming to Trinity

LEGEND: David Campese will be visiting Trinity Catholic College to run a training session with the students on September 20. Photo: Marina Neil
LEGEND: David Campese will be visiting Trinity Catholic College to run a training session with the students on September 20. Photo: Marina Neil

Campo’s coming to Trinity Catholic College next week.

Yes, you read right. He be training at Trinity on Thursday September 20.

David Campese is a Wallabies legend, through and through.

Having played 101 Test matches for Australia and scoring 64 tries, the most of any Wallaby, Campese will be an inspiring role model for the students.

“Campese will make a keynote speech and run a rugby training session with our teams,” Trinity teacher Timothy Matthews said.

Campese said he was looking forward to the day.

“Visiting a college where rugby has been played since 1874 will be amazing and I'm looking forward to working with the kids and their coaches,” Campese said.

The winger runs the David Campese Academy, which is endorsed by Rugby Australia to support grassroots rugby in Australia.

Between 100 and 120 kids will be involved on the day.