Moore to give than gain at Reds this season

By Michael Atkinson Ahead of his 15th Super Rugby season, you could forgive Stephen Moore for taking an easier option. The Wallabies captain has made 164 appearances since making his debut for the Reds in 2003, but is yet to win a Super Rugby title. Some would suggest he's moved home to Queensland to break that drought. But for Moore, the lure of returning to Brisbane to help mould the next crop of rugby talent was far greater than the chance to clinch an elusive trophy. “The opportunity, having played rugby for a long time, to go to a team and have an influence and an impact and perhaps share some of the stuff that I’ve learned in my career and help some of the younger players to realise their potential (was a reason for coming back to Queensland)” said Moore. “Also, a really important part is to improve as a player, and that’s something I’ve learned a lot already from someone like Brad Thorn.” It’s a welcome sentiment from a player who’s recruitment, beca
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