‘It was an easy decision’: Cam Clark is delighted to return home after signing with Brumbies | Latest rugby news



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The Brumbies acted quickly following the departure of Solomone Kata, signing former fullback Waratah and Sevens Cam Clark for the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific season.

Clark played 35 times for the NSW Waratahs after making his Super Rugby debut in 2017.

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The former Sevens star would then move to the United States, plying his trade in the MLR with the San Diego Legion.

The 28-year-old was delighted to return to Australia, believing the club will be a perfect fit for his game.

“I’m really excited to be back in Super Rugby and joining the Brumbies,” Clark said in a statement.

“I loved my time in San Diego, but I can’t wait for this challenge to enter an exciting time again for Super Rugby with new competition and the new challenges that come with it.

“I’ve been a longtime fan of the club, the spirit they seem to have and I just want to be a part of it, work hard and raise my hand for the selection.”

After watching his club teammate Will Miller succeed in the nation’s capital, Clark believes the chance to join the Brumbies was the perfect opportunity.

“I’ve always liked the way the Brumbies played,” Clark said addressing the media.

“The results speak for themselves, being so successful over time. I’ve also seen a number of players go out there and take their game to the next level under the guidance of the coaching staff there.

“I’m always looking to improve myself as a player and I think it will be a great environment to do so.

“You can see from the way they play and the culture they have, it’s going to be good, so it’s a very easy decision to say yes and jump on it.”

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The enthusiasm was shared by coach Dan McKellar, who is confident he can push their bottom line for selection.

“We have been watching Cam closely for some time now and are happy that he is joining us at least this season,” added McKellar.

“He is a quality player, excellent physical qualities and he has experience, which means he will come knowing what is expected at this level.

“One thing we have all noticed since his time with the Waratahs is how hard he is playing, and after a really good season in the United States, we think he will come into our program and push hard for a Jersey.”

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