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David Campese names Dream XV

by Giga

David Campese has named his dream xv. Wallabies legend has named Englishman as a captain


  • 15. ANDRÉ JOUBERT (South Africa) – Fantastic attacking player, who posed a threat to opposition defences every time he had the ball
  • 14. JOE ROFF (Australia) – Great finisher, who effortlessly covered fullback when he had to
  • 11. NEMANI NADOLO (Fiji) – At full tilt, is nigh unstoppable, and his skills add another dimension to his powerful running game


  • 13. PHILIPPE SELLA (France) – Epitome of French flair. Excellent link between the inside and outside backs
  • 12. TIM HORAN (Australia) – Great runner and strong in defence. Wonderful anticipation.


  • 10. JOEL STRANSKY (South Africa) – There was nothing he couldn’t do under pressure. One of the best Springbok fly-halves
  • 9. NICK FARR-JONES (Australia) – Great visionary and very unselfish player. One of the great Wallabies captains


David Campese names Dream XV
  • 6. MICHAEL JONES (New Zealand) | Rugby’s original ‘Iceman’. He was an unbelievable player
  • 7. WILLIE OFAHENGAUE (Australia) | A tough player, who never took a backward step. His brute strength took the team forward
  • 8. KIERAN READ (New Zealand) | Silky skills, but his work rate off the ball and hard graft in the trenches make him the best in this position


  • 4. MARTIN JOHNSON (c) (England) – Few players demanded respect on the field like him. A great leader and my team’s captain
  • 5. IAN JONES (New Zealand) – Pretty smart for a lock forward and one of the greatest lineout exponents of our game


  • 1. OS DU RANDT (South Africa) – His scrummaging technique would have complemented McKenzie and Lawton well
  • 2. TOM LAWTON (Australia) – Played for the Sharks for a couple of seasons. Had a big frame, but did what was required of him
  • 3. EWEN McKENZIE (Australia)| Solid in the scrums and good all-round player on the park. ‘Mr Reliable’ in his heyday

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