Cameron Clark has made a huge name for himself in the seven a side version of the game as a key member of the Australian Sevens team since his debut on the World Series circuit in Wellington in February 2012.
He has played in 30 Sevens World Series tournaments, during which time he secured over 600 points, and, more recently, was a key component of the Men’s Australian Sevens teams at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Clark has been bestowed the title of Men’s Sevens Player of the Year twice at the John Eales Medal and Rugby Union Players’ Association Awards in 2014 and 2015 respectively. He was also named in the Sevens World Series Team of the Year following a thrilling campaign in 2013/14.
He won bronze in the Australian Commonwealth Youth Games in 2011 and again in 2014 as part of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Clark was born in Auckland New Zealand but was raised in Fairlight on Sydney’s northern beaches where he attended St Ives North Public School and Knox Grammar. A Wahroonga Tiger in his junior rugby years, Clark returned to the 15-man-game in 2016 where he played alongside a few of his Tahs teammates in the Buildcorp NRC semi-finalists side, the Sydney Rays.
Cam made his debut for NSW in Durban against the Sharks during the Tah's tour of South Africa in Round 3.
Last updated: 14/12/2016