Super Rugby

Height: 173cm
Weight: 77kg
Born: 15/01/1996
Place of Birth: Thursday Island, QLD
Senior Club: Wests
School: St. Peters Lutheran College

Representative Honours
Queensland Schoolboys (2013)
Australian Schoolboys (2013)
Queensland Indigenous Under 18s (2013)
Queensland Under 20s (2016)
Brisbane City (2015-2016)
Queensland (2017-)

Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC: Brisbane City 23 11 (2T)* 2015 v North Harbour Rays, Ballymore Stadium
Queensland 10 5 (1T) 2017 v Brumbies, Canberra Stadium
Super Rugby 10 5 (1T) 2017 v Brumbies, Canberra Stadium
Test Rugby - - -

Player Bio

Moses Sorovi is one of the most promising young scrumhalves in Australia, with his bullet pass, speed and instinctual play making him a constant threat on the field.

He was elevated to the St.George Queensland Reds senior squad ahead of the 2017 season, after strong performances for the Queensland U20s, University of Queensland and McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City in the preceding years.

Sorovi hails from Thursday Island, a small island of 2,610 people in the Torres Strait Islands archipelago, north of the Cape York Peninsula. He first moved to Brisbane to pursue schooling opportunities with St. Peters Lutheran College.

Featured heavily for the Reds at the back end of the season, being involved in the match-day 23 for the final nine games of the year. Played every game for Brisbane City in the NRC regular season.
Earned his Super Rugby debut against the Brumbies in Canberra. Featured often for University of Queensland in Queensland Premier Rugby, taking on the role of starting scrumhalf throughout the finals series, as they claimed the Hospital Cup with a 23-14 win over GPS. Added to his tally for Brisbane City in the NRC.
Part of Queensland Under 20s side which claimed the inaugural Super U20s Championship. Represented Brisbane City in the NRC. Helped University of Queensland’s Premier Reserve grade side to their first title since 1987.
Member of the Brisbane City side which claimed its second NRC title undefeated.

*Please note, the scoring in the National Rugby Championship changed from seasons 1 and 2 to season 3. In 2014 and 2015 tries were worth 5 points, conversions 3 points, penalties/drop goals 2 points. In 2016, tries were worth 6 points, conversions/penalty goals/drop goals 2 points.

Updated 04/12/2018