Wallaby Moore to be face of Irish-Australian trade mission

Stephen Moore, whose parents hail from Galway and Mayo, spent the first five years of his life in Ireland before relocating to Australia in 1988

1st April, 2018
Stephen Moore is to front an upcoming trade mission between Ireland and Australia

Australian rugby legend Stephen Moore has signed on with the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce for its upcoming trade mission down under.

Moore, whose parents hail from Galway and Mayo, spent the first five years of his life in Ireland before relocating to Australia in 1988. He went on to become the Wallabies’ most capped hooker ever, and their second most capped international ever. In a 12-year international career, he played for Australia 129 times,...

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