Luke Morahan rugby player
Luke Morahan rugby player

Luke Morahan

13th Apr 1990 1.88m/95kg Fullback

Luke made the No.15 jersey his own throughout a Super Rugby campaign where he featured in all 17 games during the Reds’ Australian Conference winning success.

He’d also been involved in the national set-up since the Spring Tour in 2009, where he was a late call up as a replacement for injured then-skipper Stirling Mortlock after showing blitzing form for Australia on the Sevens World Series circuit.

Luke officially joined the Reds senior squad in 2010, a season where he was limited to just six appearances. While limited in opportunity, he showed his game-breaking potential by scoring the match winning try against the Chiefs in his first start of the season.

In July 2016, Morahan and the Western Force signed a deal that allowed the fullback to remain at the side until the end of the 2017 Super Rugby season.

The utility back – who can play wing, full back and centre – has three caps for the Wallabies, as well as starring for Australia Sevens.

Bristol captured the signing of the Australian international ahead of the 2017/18 season.

In 2018, he led the try-scoring charts in the Championship, earning a spot in the team of the season.

He went into the 2018/19 season with 19 appearances for Bristol and 85 points scored.

As of March 2020 he has made 35 appearances for Bristol and has scored 115 points.

Career

image Bristol Bears
Fullback
2017 - present
australia Australia 7's
Fullback
2020 - present
reds Queensland Reds
Fullback
2009 - 2013
australia Australia
Left Wing
2012 - 2017
Barbarians_Logo Barbarians
Fullback
2016 - 2017
Perth_Spririt_logo Perth Spirit
Fullback
2014 - 2017
western-force Western Force
Fullback
2014 - 2019