Moore completes permanent Wildcats switch


Wakefield Wildcats have confirmed the permanent signing of Scott Moore on a two-year deal.

Moore made his initial switch to the Wildcats in July as he joined the club on loan from Castleford, with Paul McShane going the other way. He went on to play a huge part in Wakefield’s Super League survival, ultimately scoring the final try in the Million Pound Game that saw them secure their Super League status once and for all.

Wakefield chairman Michael Carter exclusively spoke to last week and revealed that the club had one more signing to announce. The arrival of the hooker is expected to be their last piece of transfer business for the time being.

The 27-year old has played the majority of his career in Super League, having previously played for Huddersfield Giants, St Helens and Widnes Vikings.

In 2012 he moved to the NRL with North Queensland, however he made his return to England a year later with London.

Wakefield are now Moore’s SEVENTH club in just six years. After leaving St Helens in 2011 he had a short spell at Widnes in 2012, moving to Huddersfield in the same year. He relocated to Australia in 2013 before returning to England in 2014, swapping London for Castleford this year.