PICTURE by Wynne Evans.
ONE of the most prolific goalscorers on Anglesey over the last decade – Moore may have been quieter than usual last season but he still enjoyed a great campaign.
In 2018/19, he was phenomenal, scoring 61 goals as Bryngwran Bulls won the Anglesey League and earnt promotion to the Gwynedd League. His pace and eye for goal that season in particular were incredible and was astonishing to think that he didn’t win the top scorer prize – unfortunately for him, it was the season that Caergybi’s James Ryan would break records by scoring 74 goals!
But, having also previously banged goals in for the likes of Trearddur Bay United down the years, Moore continued to find the back of the net with both Bulls and Hotspur (Reserves and first team) last season.
Moore finished as one of Tom Scott’s Hotspur Reserves side’s top scorers with 13 goals to his name and also bagged three for the first team at the New Oval.
He later transferred back to the Bulls (now Trearddur Bay and not Bryngwran) who he had been so influential for in the season before. Upon his return to Richard Owen’s side, Moore scored a further six goals – taking his tally for the season to a respectful 22 goals for a season which he did not feature all that regularly in.
A great player who I’ve always enjoyed watching as he’s a one of the best finishers around when he really gets going.