Luke Morahan is a classy outside back, who provides genuine pace to the Road Safety Western Force backline. After an injury interrupted 2014 season ‘Mozza’ showed his true class for the Western Force in 2015, making 15 starts for the Western Australian club and scoring five tries. With 68 Asteron Life Super Rugby caps to his name the Morahan enters his eight Super Rugby season buoyed by the arrival of former school mates and Queensland Reds teammates, Ben Tapuai and Jono Lance in the west. Morahan will be keen to link up with his great mates and use their chemistry to contribute to Force this season.

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Stats

Games: 
80
Points: 
100
Tries: 
21
Conversions: 
0
Penalty Goals: 
0
Drop Goals: 
0
Timeline: 
2014
Plays seven matches for the Western Force, scoring two tries; suffers a hamstring injury in the 28-16 win over the NSW Waratahs that ends his Super Rugby season; returns to the field for the Perth Spirit in the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship, playing five matches;
2013
Plays nine matches for the Reds and scores on try; features heavily in the Reds 12-22 loss to the British & Irish Lions with two try-saving tackles and adds five points of his own with a brilliant individual try; selected in the Australian Sevens for the Rugby World Cup Sevens; signs with the Western Force for two seasons.
2012
Plays all 17 matches for the Reds, including the 30-17 semi-final loss to Sharks; scores two tries during the season, including a critical chip-and-chase try against the Brumbies to keep the side’s finals hopes alive; selected in the Wallabies squad and makes his debut against Scotland; influential in University’s second Queensland Premier Rugby trophy victory in three seasons.
2011
Earns 12 caps for the Reds and adds a further six tries to his tally.
2010
Plays six matches for the Reds and scores two tries; represents Australia at the Commonwealth Games in Rugby Sevens, winning a silver medal; Selected in the Wallabies Tour to Munster and Leicester.
2009
Joins the Reds Academy; makes his Super Rugby debut for the Reds in Round 10 against the Lions; earns two caps for the Reds before a shoulder injury cuts his season short.
2008
Selected in the Australian Sevens; tours Europe with the Reds Development side.
2007
Selected in the Australia A Schoolboys, scoring a try in the 50-0 defeat of Samoa.