Gonzalo Camacho knows all about winning the Amlin Challenge Cup. His late try in last season’s final clinched the tournament for Harlequins against Stade Francais. So the French side might not be best pleased to see him again when his current team Exeter Chiefs visit in Thursday’s quarter final.
Gonzalo Camacho is 27 years old and plays on the wing. As an Argentinian international he's scored 4 tries in 11 appearances which includes 4 games at last year's World Cup. That delayed his arrival to Devon but he's now played 14 games for Exeter scoring his first try for the club in Saturday’s win over London Irish. Ahead of the big game Gonzalo’s been able to take some time out to visit the Calvert Trust in North Devon to discover how disability is no barrier to sport and adventure activities.
The thought of lifting the trophy will have to wait for now but regardless of Thursday’s result Exeter have become one of England’s top rugby teams.
If Exeter can win on Thursday then Gonzalo will be a step closer to having something more than a club shirt to show the charity. Watch the full report from Seth Conway: