Wallabies captain Stephen Moore announces retirement

Wallabies captain Stephen Moore has today announced he will retire from international rugby at the end of 2017, before playing one final season with the Queensland Reds in 2018. The veteran of 120 Test caps is currently the tenth most-capped international player of all-time and second only to George Gregan (139) as the most-capped Australian. Moore will feature for the Wallabies in the 2017 Rugby Championship before calling it a day on his illustrious international career following the European Spring Tour in November. “I’ve been very lucky to have played as long as I have, and I’m incredibly grateful to the Wallabies and Australian Rugby for all its done for me. I also really want to thank all my teammates, coaches and staff I've had over my career,” Moore said. “There’s still plenty of footy to go this year but I know the Wallabies will be left in very strong hands if we continue to work hard and stay grounded. “As of the next Test I will be handing over
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