Peter Ryan
The club’s first Wallaby
Played roughly 150 first grade games.
Represented the ACT and NSW, Wallaby tours in 1963 and ‘66/67 for 30 games and 4 tests.

David Grimmond, OAM
Represented the ACT and NSW, Wallaby NZ Tour in 1964, and selected in ‘65 and ‘66 before switching to Rugby League.

David Campese
Made his debut for the Whites in 1979.
Represented the ACT, NSW, Aust U/21’s, Aust 7’s, and played 101 tests for the Wallabies.
Making his test debut in 82 against All Blacks, and continued until his retirement in 1996. Campese won the 1991 World Cup, scored a World Record 64 test tries, and in 2013 was named one of the four inaugural Australian Rugby “Immortals”.

David Campese in action for Queanbeyan during the 1983 Grand Final

David Campese in action for Queanbeyan during the 1983 Grand Final

Ricky Stuart
Captain of the Whites in 1987, Stuart was selected as the understudy to Nick Farr-Jones for the Wallaby tour of Argentina. Stuart switch to Rugby League and went on to win three Grand Finals with the Canberra Raiders, and played for NSW and Australia (Rugby League). Stuart has also gone on to coach a premiership with the Sydney Roosters, NSW Origin and Australia.

Matt Giteau
Proud Queanbeyan bred Wallaby Star ,played his solitary first grade game for the club in 2006. Giteau won a Super 14 title with the Brumbies in 2004, and represented Australian in 92 tests.

Saia and Anthony Faingaa
Queanbeyan born and bred twins, Saia and Anthony played for the Whites in their junior years before joining the senior club in the mid 2000’s. Saia and Anthony have gone on to play for the Brumbies, Queensland Reds and have represented Australia 19 and 23 times respectively.

Other Notable Queanbeyan Players
David Furner, Canberra Raiders, NSW and Australia (Rugby League), and Terry Campese, Canberra Raiders, NSW and Australia (Rugby League).