BRIAN MOORE

BRIAN MOORE

BRIAN MOORE

Brian Moore was raised in Halifax and is an England Rugby Legend, Broadcaster and Entertaining After-Dinner Speaker.

During his career, Brian played for Harlequins, Nottingham, Leeds and represented England.  

He won a total of 64 caps between 1987 and 1995. He played in three Rugby World Cups including the World Cup final against Australia at Twickenham in 1991. He was member of the England side that won Grand Slams in 1991, 1992 and 1995, and was a Test series winner with the Lions in Australia 1989. In 1990 he was voted Rugby World Player of the Year. He was a mainstay of the England front row during his International career, missing just 4 of 66 Internationals from his debut against Scotland in 1987 until his final game versus France in 1995.

Since retiring, Brian Moore has been a regular media commentator and pundit on the sport on Radio 5 Live and, Radio Trent Sportsnight with Tony Delahunty.

'On becoming a patron of the Piece Hall Brian said ‘I am really proud to become a patron of the Piece Hall. Halifax is where I was raised and the Piece Hall is a one of the jewels in Yorkshire’s crown. I look forward to supporting the team in making the Piece Hall one of the most recognised and important heritage assets in the UK’ - Brian Moore

 

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