Jock Campbell

  • 24 Age
  • 91kg Weight
  • 186cm Height

Biography

A genuine product of the Queensland Club Rugby system, Jock Campbell has risen through the ranks and is now impressing on the Super Rugby stage for the St.George Queensland Reds.

After excelling for the University of Queensland and Bond University Queensland Country in the National Rugby Championship (NRC), Campbell was handed a Reds contract during the 2018/19 pre-season.

He made the most of the opportunity as he made his Super Rugby debut for Queensland against the Bulls in Pretoria and went on to play eight more matches, as well as scoring two tries in 2019.

His standout season saw him crowned the Reds 2019 ‘Rookie of the Year’ at the club’s end of season awards night.

Highlights

2019

Campbell played nine games of Super Rugby and scored two tries after making his Queensland debut in Round 9 against the Bulls in Pretoria. Following his breakout season, he was crowned the Reds 2019 ‘Rookie of the Year’ award.

2018

Campbell backed up his five matches for Queensland Country in 2017 by starting in every match for Country in 2018, including playing in the NRC Grand Final against the Fijian Drua. He also finished runner-up with the Heavies in Queensland Premier Rugby.

2017

After proving himself to be a key member of the University of Queensland’s backline since graduating from The Southport School in 2013, Campbell was rewarded with a premiership – winning the Hospital Cup in 2017. He also played five games for Queensland Country during their 2017 NRC title-winning year.

2016

Jock was a member of Queensland’s Rugby Sevens National Championship winning side. 

Representative Honours

Queensland Sevens (2016)

Queensland Country (2017, 2018)

Queensland (2019-)