Stephen Moore

Rugby Player

Stephen Moore was born in Khamis Mushait, 'Asir Region, Saudi Arabia on January 20th, 1983 and is the Rugby Player. At the age of 41, Stephen Moore biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 20, 1983
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Khamis Mushait, 'Asir Region, Saudi Arabia
41 years old
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Rugby Union Player
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Stephen Moore Life

Stephen Moore (born 20 January 1983) is a rugby union footballer who competed for the Brumbies and Queensland Reds, earning 129 caps for Australia, including 24 tests as captain. Moore is the second most captained player of Australia behind George Gregan and is the only Australian hooker to have played 100 Tests.

He is also the most captained Australian Super Rugby player of all time, and he is one of only two Australian Rugby players to have played 100 Test and 150 Super Rugby appearances, alongside Nathan Sharpe.

Early years

Tommy, a boy born in Saudi Arabia to Irish parents, came from Tuam, County Galway, and his mother Maudeen came from Killasser, County Mayo. In the mid-eights, he and his family immigrated to Mount Morgan, Queensland, Australia, where he was five years old. His family then moved to Rockhampton before finally settling in Brisbane.

Personal life

Moore is married to Courtney and has three children, Theodore, Darcy.


Stephen Moore Career


Moore came up through junior ranks in Queensland, playing rugby with Rockhampton Pioneers and Brisbane Grammar School before joining the University of Queensland Rugby Club, where he represented the Australian Under 19s. He made his Super 12 debut against the Bulls in 2003. He then went on to compete for the under-21 Australian team in the 2003 and 2004 world championships, as well as with Australia A.

He was selected for the 2005 Wallabies squad for the mid-year Tests. He made his Rocky Elsom debut against Samoa. In games against Samoa, Italy, and France, he was forced to come off the bench. He was also capped three times against South Africa. When fellow hooker Adam Freier sustained an injury in November, he joined the Wallabies in France. On Friday, he was involved in the loss to France on 5 November. Moore made his debut for the Wallabies in 2005 and appeared in every Queensland Reds Super 12 game, but it was a mixed bag that ended the season on the reserves bench. However, his abilities and as a ball runner gave the Reds forwards an additional dimension and earned him a spot in Europe's end of year tour. Moore travelled to Europe in November 2006 for the Autumn Internationals series. In the Stadio Flaminio, Rome, he was used as a replacement in the Australia vs. Italy game (25-18). He then played for the Australia A squad that beat Ireland A mid-week in Thomond Park, Limerick. In the 54th minute of Ireland's versus Australia game, which saw Ireland beat Ireland 21–6, under appalling weather at Lansdowne Road stadium, Dublin, he returned as a replacement. He made his first International appearance for Australia against Scotland at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, touching down a pass from Matt Giteau to score his first International goal. Australia were easy winners with a scoreline of Australia 44 – Scotland 15.

Moore played his Rugby World Cup debut against Japan on September 8, 2007, which saw the Wallabies win 91–3. They qualified for the quarterfinals by defeating pool B for the third time in a row over Wales, Fiji, and Canada. In the first IRB Rugby World Cup quarter-final at Stade Vélodrome, Marseille, on October 6th, England defeated Australia 12-10, putting an end to the Wallabies World Cup aspirations.

Moore was a regular fixture in Australia's front row in 2008, replacing fly half Matt Giteau as the only player to play in all 14 Tests played by the Wallabies during a record-breaking year. Moore began every game as a first choice Wallabies Hooker, firmly establishing himself as Europe's best-choice Wallabies Hooker. Moore crossed for his second attempt in the Wallabies' green and gold after winning over France. During Australia's Cook Cup victory over England over Twickenham on November 15, he also received the coveted Man of the Match award.

Moore's move from Brisbane to Canberra in early 2009, with the Brumbies' season, for whom he appeared in 12 of the 13 matches. Moore did not sign up for the Australian Rugby Union until the 2011 Rugby World Cup was over. In a non-cap match that started the domestic Test season and went on to appear in eight of Australia's nine Tests, he scored a try against the Barbarians.

Moore played in all 13 games for the Brumbies until breaking his jaw in the final round of regular season.

Moore has been named in every squad, often as the first choice hooker in the 2011 Tri Nations Series. He was a key participant in Australia's 2011 winning Tri Nations Series and 2011 Rugby World Cup campaign, in which Australia finished third. Moore had been playing every single match for the Wallabies, including starting every test in Australia's 2013 British & Irish Lions tour to Australia, since Australia's first match against France in the 2012 end-of-year rugby union tests. Moore started playing well for the remainder of the 2013 Test schedule, with Robbie Deans resigned following the Lions series and when Ewen McKenzie took over the reigns.

Stephen Moore was named captain by McKenzie in his second year as the captain of the 2014 three-test June series against France, with Michael Hooper and Adam Ashley-Cooper as vice captains. Moore suffered with a season-ending ACL knee injury in his first Test as Wallabies captain in the second minute, but the Wallabies' 68-23 victory over France saw him leave the field in the fifth minute of the game.

Moore was appointed as Wallabies captain for the forthcoming World Cup under new coach Michael Cheika on July 6, 2015. Moore led the Wallabies to the final against New Zealand in the final score 34–17, the highest overall score in a Rugby World Cup final.

Moore tied for the most Super Rugby tries in a single season scored by a hooker in 2016, crossing the line seven times for the Brumbies this season, including a double in the 43-24 victory over his former team the Reds. Moore also announced in late 2015 that after the 2016 season, he would return to the Reds.

Moore resigned from international rugby at the end of the year and resign from Super Rugby at the end of 2018. Moore's captaincy was given to Michael Hooper right away. In a historic 53-24 loss to Scotland, he last played for Australia on November 25, 2017.

Moore was named Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in honor of his "important contribution to rugby union and to charitable organizations."


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