Robert Campbell (rugby league)
Robert "Bertie" Campbell (born in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer. A utility player, he was a hooker at school, but played professionally as a prop. Campbell played for Brisbane's Western Suburbs Panthers before signing for Sydney's Western Suburbs Magpies. He later played for Illawarra Steelers and the Gold Coast Chargers.
Campbell was also selected from the Redcliffe Dolphins to play for the Russian national side during the 2000 World Cup, qualifying for the Bears via the grandparent rule. Campbell grubber-kicked for Russia's only try in their Test match against Australia, a game that ended in a record 110-4 defeat for the Russians. Today, Campbell teaches sport at Emmaus College, Jimboomba.
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