|Weight||78kg (12st 3lb)|
Twickenham is no stranger to Cameron Cowell – he was an England ball boy for two years, had a stint playing for Twickenham RFC and occupies the occasional weekends with work in the England Rugby store.
His most memorable game as ball boy was England’s 38-21 victory against the All Blacks in December 2012, but his favourite memory on the pitch was his England Under 18 debut against France in March 2014.
A student at St. Paul’s Catholic College studying BTEC Sport and BTEC Business, he has fond memories of victory against Hartpury in the 2013/14 AASE League, particularly as he scored an impressive chip-and-chase try.
Cameron first picked up the oval ball at the age of seven with London Scottish minis before playing for Twickenham U9s and then Teddington U14s.
His favourite players are England Rugby World Cup winner Jason Robinson and Welsh legend Shane Williams, and he cites London Irish coaches Giselle Mather, Pete Richards and Dec Danaher as key influences in his career so far.
Talent clearly runs in the family, his twin sister Heather won gold at the 2013 Gymnastics World Championships in the tumbling division, though Cameron says that his own tumbling skills needs work – he’s much more at home on the pitch.
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