Moore leaves Wakefield

Troubled Hooker Scott Moore has been released by his club Wakefield Trinity by mutual consent. The 28-year-old who played 16 times for Wakefield last season was arrested and bailed in October last year on ‘Suspicion of assaulting a police officer and theft, hadn’t been allowed to return to the club for pre-season and it was agreed on Monday that ‘fresh start’ would be in the interest of both parties.

In his12 year career, the well-travelled Moore as hit the headlines mostly for his work on the field. He started with St Helens as 16-year-old making his debut against rivals Wigan at the JJB Stadium. Finding 1st team opportunities difficult he spent 2008 and 2009 seasons loaned out to Castleford and Huddersfield respectively. Whilst at Huddersfield he became the first every Loaned player to gain International selection making his England Debut that year. After returning to St. Helens he spent the next 6 years plying his trade at Widnes, North Queensland (NRL), London, Huddersfield and Castleford (2nd time) before joining Wakefield in 2015.

Although his Wakefield career never really got started, he will be remembered for scoring the winning try in the 2015 ‘Million Pound Game’ that secured Wakefield’s super league survival.

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