Cornwall RLFC


Aussie Sensation Brown Signs New Deal

November 2, 2023

Cameron Brown has signed a new one-year deal – Cornwall Sports Media

Cornwall RLFC are delighted to announce that Cameron Brown has signed a new one-year deal, keeping the Australian sensation in the Duchy for the 2024 Betfred League 1 campaign.

Brown took the 2023 season by storm, topping the Choughs’ try scoring charts with 14 in all competitions.

Comfortable at playing in either the full-back or stand-off position, Brown’s individual brilliance helped his side to pick up five wins during 2023. The club, with Brown playing a starring role, also made history by recording a number of firsts last season – home win, league double, record points scored in a game and then, in the final match of 2023, defeating a heartlands club in the shape of Rochdale Hornets.

Brown was Cornwall’s leading try scorer in 2023 – Cornwall Sports Media

“Moving to England and playing for Cornwall was one of the best decisions I have ever made,” Brown told

“I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience although playing footy in different weather and on muddy pitches isn’t something I had encountered before. But that’s all part of playing over here and overall, I look back and think that my first season from a personal point of view was sweet.

“It was nice to get all the personal accolades for the tries I scored but I know I can kick on in 2024 and that will help the team get better too. I’m not fussed which position I play because I enjoy it wherever I’m selected and with that place on the field comes roles and responsibilities.

“We improved massively from the first season the club played in the English comp and if we focus on ourselves to do better, we will make big improvements again in 2024.”

Brown in action for Cornwall last season – Cornwall Sports Media

Meanwhile, Cornwall RLFC head coach Mike Abbott, added: “As far as debut seasons go, Cam’s was pretty special. We knew what he was capable of from looking at his highlights reel and he did not disappoint.

“Given the spectacular nature of his tries, we knew it would be tough to keep hold of him for another season, but I think Cam’s commitment to Cornwall and our progression as a club, demonstrates we are really moving forward.”