New Brumbies GM Cam Treloar opens up on new gig and importance of club rugby

By Jon Geddes

NEWLY appointed Brumbies general manager Cameron Treloar has declared that club rugby is “vital” to the game in Australia in what will be music to the ears of the code’s grassroots.

Treloar’s CV makes him an ideal choice for the role given his vast experience and knowledge right across the board as player and coach.

A hardworking two metre tall second rower,  “Tree” played Shute Shield, in the old Australian Rugby Championship, at Super Rugby level with the Waratahs and Reds, as well as having stints in Italy and France.

He is currently head coach with the West Harbour Pirates in the Sydney premiership and was last year’s Shute Shield coach of the year.

He is well-qualified to provide his perspectives on the game and has done so in an in-depth interview with Rugby News.

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