Brian MOORE

Brian Moore - England - International rugby union caps for England.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 12 November 1994

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    • POSITION
      Hooker
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Thursday, 11 January 1962
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Birmingham, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • England

Brian MOORE - England - International rugby union caps for England.

Career Record: Played 64: Won 45, Drew 1, Lost 18.

Test Points: 4 Tries: 1.

 

 

1992 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 25-7 (FN)
1992 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 38-9 (FN)
1992 v France (Paris) W 31-13 (FN)
1992 v Wales (Twickenham) W 24-0 (FN)

1992 v South Africa (Twickenham) W 33-16

 

1993 v France (Twickenham) W 16-15 (FN)
1993 v Wales (Cardiff) L 10-9 (FN)
1993 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 26-12 (FN)
1993 v Ireland (Dublin) L 17-3 (FN)

1993 v New Zealand (Twickenham) W 15-9

 

1994 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 15-14 (FN)
1994 v Ireland (Twickenham) L 13-12 (FN)
1994 v France (Paris) W 18-14 (FN)
1994 v Wales (Twickenham) W 15-8 (FN)
1994 v South Africa (Pretoria) W 32-15
1994 v South Africa (Cape Town) L 27-9
1994 v Romania (Twickenham) W 54-3
1994 v Canada (Twickenham) W 60-19

1995 v Ireland (Dublin) W 20-8 (FN)
1995 v France (Twickenham) W 31-10 (FN)
1995 v Wales (Cardiff) W 23-9 (FN)

1995 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 24-12 (FN)

1995 v Argentina (Durban) W 24-18 (W.Cup)
1995 v Italy (Durban) W 27-20 (W.Cup)
1995 v W. Samoa (R) (Durban) W 44-22 (W.Cup)
1995 v Australia (Cape Town) W 25-22 (W.Cup)
1995 v New Zealand (Cape Town) L 45-29 (W.Cup)
1995 v France (Pretoria) L 19-9 (W. Cup 3rd/4th)

Brian was a member of the 1992 and '95
Grand Slam teams.

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.


 

 

 This photograph of Brain Moore was taken on 5th. November 1988 by Stuart Franklin.

© G.Herringshaw.

 

1987 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 21-12 (FN)
1987 v Australia (Sydney) L 19-6 (W. Cup)
1987 v Japan (Sydney) W 60-7 (W. Cup)

1987 v Wales (Brisbane) L 16-3 (W. Cup)

 

1988 v France (Paris) L 10-9 (FN)
1988 v Wales (Twickenham) L 11-3 (FN)
1988 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 9-6 (FN)
1988 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 35-3 (FN)
1988 v Ireland (Dublin) W 21-10
1988 v Australia (Brisbane) L 22-16
1988 v Australia (Sydney) L 28-8
1988 v Fiji (Suva) W 25-12

1988 v Australia (Twickenham) W 28-19

 

1989 v Scotland (Twickenham) D 12-12 (FN)
1989 v Ireland (Dublin) W 16-3 (FN)
1989 v France (Twickenham) W 11-0 (FN)
1989 v Wales (Cardiff) L 12-9 (FN)
1989 v Romania (Bucharest) W 58-3

1989 v Fiji (Twickenham) W 58-23

 


1990 v Ireland (Twickenham) W 23-0 (FN)
1990 v France (Paris) W 26-7 (FN)
1990 v Wales (Twickenham) W 34-6 (FN)
1990 v Scotland (Murrayfield) L 13-7 (FN)

1990 v Argentina (Buenos Aries) W 25-12

1990 v Argentina (Buenos Aries) L 15-13

 

1991 v Wales (Cardiff) W 25-6 (FN)
1991 v Scotland (Twickenham) W 21-12 (FN)
1991 v Ireland (Dublin) W 16-7 (FN)
1991 v France (Twickenham) W 21-19 (FN)
1991 v Fiji (Suva) W 28-12
1991 v Australia (Sydney) L 40-15
1991 v New Zealand (Twickenham) L 18-12 (W.Cup)
1991 v Italy (Twickenham) W 36-6 (W.Cup)
1991 v France (Paris) W 19-10 (W.Cup)
1991 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 9-6 (W.Cup)
1991 v Australia (Twickenham) L 12-6 (W.Cup Final)

Brian was a member of the the victorious 1989
Lions team and the 1991 Grand Slam team. He was
also a member of the 1991 World Cup Final team.

(R) = Replacement