Super Rugby

Height: 195cm
Weight: 98kg
Born: 10/11/1996
Place of Birth: Brisbane, QLD
Senior Club: GPS
School: St. Joseph’s Nudgee College

Representative Honours
Queensland Schoolboys (2013)
Australian Schoolboys (2013)
Queensland Country NRC (2014-)
Queensland (2015-)
Queensland Under 20s (2016)
Australian Under 20s (2016)


Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC: Queensland Country 11 5 (1T) 2014 v NSW Country
Queensland 15 10 (2T) 2015 v Brumbies, Canberra Stadium
Super Rugby 15 10 (2T) 2015 v Brumbies, Canberra Stadium
Test Rugby - - -

Player Bio

Campbell Magnay joined the St.George Queensland Reds as a 17-year-old, following an impressive season with Bond University Queensland Country in the inaugural Buildcorp National Rugby Championship.

A product of Queensland Rugby nursery St.Joseph’s College Nudgee, Campbell is a sizeable young centre touted for future success.

Standing at 195cm tall and weighing in at 98kg, he has a big frame yet has pace to burn and can offload in contact, making him a valuable attacking threat.

Struggled to return to the field following off-season shoulder and hip surgery, managing just three appearances toward the back end of the season.
Played a further six games for Queensland. Helped guide the Queensland Under 20s to the inaugural Super U20s Championship undefeated. Selected to represent the Australian Under 20s in Manchester, England.
Made his Super Rugby debut against the Brumbies in Round 1 in Canberra, coming off the bench and immediately showing he was ready for the big occasion, making a rib-rattling hit on fullback Robbie Coleman which eventually forced him from the field. Played a further five times, including starts against the Western Force and Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium. Travelled to Italy with the Australian Under-20s for the World Rugby U20 Championship in June. Played another four games for Queensland Country in the NRC.
Picked up by GPS Rugby Club following school, he played outside centre for their Premier Colts side while benching for Premier Grade. Campbell was the youngest player in the inaugural season of the NRC, when he made his debut for Queensland Country as a 17-year-old, featuring in all but one of their games.

Signed a three-year deal with the Reds following his performances in the NRC.

Updated 19/06/2017