Cameron Re-signs for Manawatu
on Tuesday, 26 October 2021. Posted in Turbos News
Turbos first five-eighth Brett Cameron has locked in his future with the Manawatū Turbos.
The 25-year-old Whanganui-raised No 10 has been a standout in the green and white this season.
Cameron, who missed Saturday’s match with a minor injury,has signed for the Kamaishi Seawaves in Japan at the conclusion of this season. But he will return in time for the 2022 Bunnings NPC season.
Cameron joined Manawatū earlier this season after opting to leave Canterbury.
The one-test All Black had been starved of gametime at both the Crusaders and Canterbury.
But his arrival in Palmerston North changed that.
Cameron as had the No 10 jersey on lock down this year in Manawatū and arguably been the form first five-eighth in the competition.
He has played six games for the province, scoring 97 points including two tries and assisting four others.
Cameron is the second major re-signing in as many weeks for Manawatū after the union secured TK Howden for two more years next year.
Cameron and Howden joins a group of 18 players already under contract for 2022 – Harrison Allan, Joseph Gavigan, Shamus Hurley-Langton, Brayden Iose, Tyler Labscher, Siua Maile, Veikoso Poloniati, Aaron Smith, Ben Strang, Falesau Tauailoto, Ofa Tauatevalu, Micaiah Torrance-Read, Taniela Filimone, Ropate Rinakama, Ed Fidow, Tima Fainga’anuku, TK Howden, Brett Cameron.