Grahame Moran

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Grahame Moran
Personal information
Born Taree, New South Wales, Australia
Playing information
Position Centre and five-eighth
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1967–1974 Penrith 121 25 4 0 83
As of 30 July 2010
Source: Yesterday's Hero

Grahame Moran was a rugby league player who played his entire first-grade career for the National Rugby League club Penrith Panthers with whom he was the 14th player. Moran was originally from the New South Wales town Taree and his preferred position was centre but also played five-eighth. Before joining the Panthers in their inaugural 1967 season, Moran played for a combined country team and in 1968, represented city seconds thus becoming the first Penrith player to play representative football.

Moran's career statistics were: 121 first grade games, 25 tries, 4 goals for 83 career points.

In 2006, Moran was selected as being the centre alongside Ryan Girdler in the Panthers' 40th anniversary team of legends.[1]

On 25 June 2016, Moran was inducted into the Penrith Panthers hall of fame alongside Royce Simmons, Craig Gower and Greg Alexander.