For HeritageCast #15 we are delighted to be joined by former Robin and Canberra Raiders legend Terry Campese as we take a look back at his career in rugby league.
Despite featuring just 26 times during an injury hit Hull Kingston Rovers career many supporters still eulogise about his performances during his two seasons at the club.
In this HeritageCast we discuss his love for Hull Kingston Rovers, how the move to Craven Park came about and the staggering amount of money he earned during his first year at the club.
We also discuss his injury hell, why he wanted to stay at the club despite relegation and why Chris Chester wanted to take him to Wakefield Trinity. Terry also reflects on being a one club NRL star with 139 appearances to his name. His one time outing in the green and gold of Australia, playing State of Origin and what it meant to represent Italy.
Source: Rugby League Podcasting Network
HeritageCast #15 | Terry Campese