Wallabies legend David Campese will be in Suva tomorrow conducting rugby clinics.
Campese who scored 64 tries for the Wallabies in his 101 international outings has partnered with the University Of Newcastle, Australia to deliver a series of school-based clinics throughout the Pacific islands.
In addition to rugby skills development, the clinics will focus on goal setting and pathways for achievement, drawing on Campese’s decades of success both on and off the field.
Campese says principles of commitment, balance and adaptability could be applied to the pursuit of both sporting and academic aspirations.
The first clinic will take place at the Sacred Heart College ground in Suva tomorrow, with four others planned this year.