Brett Moyle biography

Brett Moyle

Australian rules football, Athlete

1980 –


Who is Brett Moyle?

Brett Moyle is a former Australian rules footballer who played with St Kilda in the Australian Football League.

Moyle, a left footed wingman, played his early football at Haileybury College and the Oakleigh Chargers in the TAC Cup. He came to St Kilda through the rookie draft and was nominated for the 2000 AFL Rising Star when he had 26 kicks against the Sydney Swans in round 16. The following year he suffered a broken leg mid-season but came back eight rounds later to finish with 15 games for the season, from which he averaged a career high 17 disposals. Complications from a corked thigh meant he missed the first nine weeks of the 2002 AFL season but he missed only one more game for the rest of the year. He then found it hard to keep his spot in the St Kilda team, who were bringing in younger players, meaning he spent much of his time at Springvale

After leaving St Kilda, Moyle finished his playing career with the Balwyn Football Club, where he was from 2005 to 2009, during which time he also served as an assistant coach. He was a member of their 2005 and 2008 premiership teams, the latter as captain.

He was then appointed senior coach of North Ringwood for the 2010 Eastern Football League season.


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Mar 31, 1980

on July 23, 2013