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Homegrown forward Cameron Neild joined the Sharks academy in 2013 after leaving Manchester Grammar School.
The hooker-turned flanker made his first team debut the following year and has gone on to make more than 120 appearances for the club.
Since then, he has made more than 120 appearances for the club and played a key role as the Sharks sealed a third-place finish in the 2020/21 season.
The highlight of that season was his man of the match performance in a convincing home win against Harlequins.
Cameron is a former England Under-16 Player of the Year and an England U18 international but he’s not the first member of his family to represent their country. His father, Colin, was a member of the Great Britain judo squad.
Cameron signed a new long-term contract at Sharks in June 2021, taking him up to the end of the 2023 season. After putting pen to paper on the deal, he said: “Sale Sharks is my boyhood club and so it was an easy decision for me to re-sign.
“I love turning up at Carrington every day. It was a very easy decision. It’s an exciting place to be and I want to be part of what they’re building.”
Three words that describe me are...
Very laid back
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My main interest(s) outside rugby is/are
Meeting friends, coaching Altrincham Kersal, seeing my girlfriend
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My favourite gym exercise is...
The coffee before the gym or the sauna
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My favourite thing to do in the north is...
Anything around Altrincham