Reds release Campbell
March 27, 2001

Seventeen times capped Stuart Campbell has been released from his contract with Glasgow Caledonians.

The 6'6" second row had been with the Reds for 5 years and had played a total of 62 games for the professional side.

David Jordan, Glasgow Caledonians Chief Executive said: "Stewart was one of the first players in Scotland to become a full-time professional when he agreed terms with the SRU back in 1996. Since then he has been a fine example to aspiring young players. It is sad to see an experienced rugby player such as Stewart come to the end of his professional career, and on behalf of everybody at the Reds I wish him all the best for the future."

Richie Dixon, Glasgow Caledonians' head coach said: "It has been an pleasure to work with Stewart over the years, both as an international player and with the Reds. His commitment, enthusiasm and inspiration will be sadly missed within the Reds' squad, and I sincerely hope that he can continue to make use of those qualities for the benefit of Scottish rugby in some capacity for years to come. I wish him the very best in his future endeavours."

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