Rugby League Legend

Billy Moore

Billy Moore is best known as a Rugby League Legend, playing 211 NRL games for North Sydney and 17 appearances for QLD in State of Origin. His name is synonymous with the passionate “Queenslander, Queenslander” call.

His post Rugby League career has seen Billy develop into a highly polished motivational  speaker, special guest at Corporate functions and brand ambassador for some of Australia’s leading companies.

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Billy involved in your next campaign or event

CORPORATE SPEAKING

Billy is a highly polished guest speaker. A huge range of funny, motivational and topical stories that will enthral your guests.

Television Commercials

Billy has featured in TV Commercials for SME’s to some of Australias most iconic brands.

Media Appearances

Billy is a polished media performer across all mediums.

Brand Ambassador

Billy has lent his name to some of Australia’s most iconic brands.

Function Mix and Mingle

Billy is a naturally extroverted guy who can move between groups of guests with ease.

Product Endorsement

Billys affable, no nonsense personality has him in high demand to promote goods and services across a broad spectrum of industries.

ABOUT

Billy Moore

Billy Moore (born 7 May 1971 in Tenterfield, New South Wales) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1980s and 90s. Usually playing at Lock or in the Second-row, he played representative football for both Queensland and Australia.

Moore grew up in Wallangarra in Queensland. He was born in Tenterfield, due to the hospital there being closer than the one in Stanthorpe (Qld). Moore was quoted as saying “My Mum assures me I was rushed over the border before the oxygen had time to affect my lungs.”

Moore represented New South Wales under-17s while in high school at Stanthorpe, Qld. He moved to the North Sydney Bears in 1989 and played in the club’s reserve grade premiership side. With a radical change of the guard the following year, Moore and a number of other players (ncluding long-time back-row partner David Fairleigh) became regular first graders the following year and propelled the club from also-rans in 1989 to finalists in 1991.

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