Bob was the number one suspect for counting wrong with the extra sub against Wests in 1995. He had a massive bearing on the fortunes of the club. Very nice guy though. Campion raised eyebrows in his first training. They were practising tackles and he put Logan Swann right on his arse. Moral of the story train like to intend to play. Two trainspotter questions for you Mount Welington: 1. Who was the first Tongan born player to be selected for the Kiwis? 2. Who was the New Zealand born son of immigrants who had never played league in is life, and signed to play for a Sydney club pre NRL, and in his very first game, after only one weeks coaching, his performance was described as one of the finest seen in years by no less than the legendary late Frank Hyde. I have a point to make when you have answered them.