Players

Reinier Moor


Exeter City youth striker who had a short spell at Ladysmead at the start of the 2005/06 season after a pre-season trial following his release from the Grecians the year before failed to materialise into a deal. He found himself mainly consigned to the subs bench, although he did score on the first of his two starts for Tiverton. Considered a wasted talent having found the net reasonably regularly at Exeter, he also played for Bath City, Taunton Town and Clevedon Town, but ended up dropping down the leagues and played for the likes of Crediton United and Kentisbeare; a sad decline for a player promising enough to represent Republic of Ireland at youth level.



Player stats
Season Appearances Goals
Starts Subs Total League Cup Total
2005/06 2 5 7 1 0 1
Totals 2 5 7 1 0 1

*Appearance and goal data covers all competitive first-team matches from 16/08/1997 onward.
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Date H/A Comp Opponent Score Goal scorers Att Extras
2004/2005
Wed04/08/2004AFrCrediton United
4-1
Shaun Goff
Iain Harvey
Reinier Moor
Jak Martin
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2005/2006
Sat13/08/2005HSLPEvesham United
3-0
George Friend
Stewart Yetton
Steve Winter
584Click to see players click to see photos Click to read report
Tue16/08/2005ASLPBath City
0-1
 800Click to see players Click to read report
Wed24/08/2005HSLPMangotsfield United
2-3
Paul Milsom
Stewart Yetton
546Click to see players click to see photos Click to read report
Sat27/08/2005HSLPGloucester City
1-0
Steve Winter
471Click to see players click to see photos Click to read report
Mon29/08/2005ASLPYate Town
1-2
Reinier Moor
295Click to see players Click to read report
Sat03/09/2005HSLPBedford Town
0-1
 416Click to see players click to see photos Click to read report
Sat10/09/2005HFACEvesham United
1-1
Stewart Yetton
392Click to see players click to see photos Click to read report
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