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Full name
Ross Moriarty

104 kg

Current club

Paul Moriarty

Ross Moriarty

Playing position

1.88 m

Gloucester Rugby

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Date of birth
(1994-04-18) April 18, 1994 (age 21)

Place of birth
St Helens, Merseyside, England

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Ross moriarty

Ross Moriarty (born 18 April 1994) is a Welsh international rugby union player, who currently plays for Gloucester as a flanker.


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Moriarty was born in St Helens, Merseyside while his father, former Wales international Paul Moriarty, was in the north of England playing rugby league. Moriarty is also the nephew of former Wales international captain Richard Moriarty.

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He was educated at Glyncollen Primary School and Morriston Comprehensive School in Swansea, Wales. He took up rugby union at the age of ten playing for Swansea Schools and West Wales Schools. He also played his junior rugby at Gorseinon RFC

Club career

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Moriarty made his debut for Gloucester on 10 November 2012 against the Ospreys, his age-grade team in the LV= Cup. He did not play for Gloucester regularly in his first season however, but was a regular with Hartpury RFC, where he was a student.

International career

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Moriarty made his international debut with England Under-18 against France at Fylde in February 2012. He went on to score tries against Scotland and Wales in his first four appearances, and helped England to become European champions in Spain.

He started the first two games for England in the 2013 under-20 Six Nations but was unavailable for the final three matches after being red carded in the match against Ireland in Athlone. He played in every match of the 2013 IRB Junior World Championship and scored three tries against the USA in a pool game.

In the 2014 IRB Junior World Championship Moriarty won the tournament with England with impressive performances throughout the whole tournament.

Moriarty made his full international debut in the starting line up for Wales versus Ireland on 8 August 2015. On 15 September 2015, Moriarty was chosen as a replacement for Eli Walker in the 2015 Rugby World Cup squad after Walker suffered an injury.


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