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Stephen Moore to become the nation’s 81st Test captain

David O'Brian 3 June 2014 2

Congratulations to Stephen Moore after it was announced yesterday that he will lead the Wallabies out against France on Saturday at Suncorp Stadium. In doing so he becomes the nation’s 81st Test captain.

“It’s extremely humbling to be given the opportunity, especially when you consider the number of exceptional leaders we have in the current Australian squad,” Moore said.

Stephen Moore has been one of the most consistent performers for the Brumbies over the last couple of seasons. The 31 year old joined the Brumbies in 2009, and has amassed 129 Super Rugby Caps.

Congratulations Stephen. Well deserved.

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astrojax 9:14 pm 07 Jun 14

that went well…

David O'Brian 3:30 pm 03 Jun 14

Also a big congratulations to Sam Carter who will earn his first cap for the Wallabies this weekend. Sam joins six other Brumbies team mates Stephen Moore, Scott Fardy, Nic White, Matt Toomua and Tevita Kuridrani in the starting line up. Pat McCabe will start from the bench.

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