Who is David Campese?

David Campese is a former rugby union player who was capped 101 times by the Wallabies and played 85 Tests at wing and 16 at fullback between 1982 and 1996. He was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1997. On Saturday night’s match, David’s former team, Wallabies won against France with 33-30 score.

Who is David Campese wife Lara Benkenstein?

David Campese is married to his lovely wife Lara Benkenstein. Lara is the younger sister of Natal cricket player Dale Benkenstein, who was a member of the South African World Cup team in England in 1999. She hails from Durban. The pair first met when Lara was 18 years old.

When did David Campese debut for the Wallabies?

Following the Wallabies first tour match against Taranaki in New Plymouth, David Campese debuted for the Wallabies in a match against Manawatu in Palmerston North, in which he scored a solo try and kicked three goals from five attempts in a 26–10 victory.

How many tries did John Campese score in his career?

On the 1996 Australia rugby union tour of Europe, Campese became the first Australian rugby union player, and second international player, to reach the milestone of playing 100 Tests. He retired from international rugby at the end of tour, having played 101 tests and scored a then world-record 64 test tries.