Campbell Magnay

  • 24 Age
  • 98kg Weight
  • 195cm Height


Campbell Magnay is a promising young back, whose preferred position is centre.

After representing Queensland and Australia at schoolboy level, Magnay was picked up by Queensland club side GPS upon completing his studies at St Joseph's College, Nudgee.

An imposing outside back who stands at 195cm, Magnay has the potential to turn his hulking size into a dominant attacking force to become a vital weapon for the Rebels backline.



Magnay's performances in the Queensland Premier Rugby competition brought him to the attention of the newly formed Queensland Country NRC side and he became the youngest player contracted to either of the two Queensland NRC squads. 

Magnay earned a Super Rugby contract while aged only 17 years-old by the Reds ahead of the 2015 Super Rugby season.

Magnay then made his debut in Round 1 for the Reds against the Brumbies as a reserve back, and would go on to play six games, earning two starts.


Magnay would again play six matches for the Reds, recording his first Super Rugby try in Round 11 in the Reds' loss to the Crusaders.


In his third season of Super Rugby, Magnay would play five matches for the Reds, recording a try in the Reds' Round 11 loss to the Crusaders. 

At the conclusion of the Super Rugby season, Magnay announced he would leave the Reds for Japan's Top League and sign with Suntory Sungoliath. The switch proved to be successful, with Magnay playing in the side's title-winning season.


Magnay again plied his trade for Suntory in the Japan's Top League, and become a focal part of the Sungoliath's back to back titles.


Magnay signed a deal with the Melbourne Rebels for the 2019 Super Rugby season.

Magnay returned from a leg injury to become a major part of the side for the second half of the season, clocking up nine appearances after round six to give Rebels fans an exciting glimpse into the potential future of the Club's inside backs.


Representative Honours

- Australian Schoolboys (2013)

- Australia U20 (2015, 2016)