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Lewis Moody’s teenage son is impressing in a very different sport to his Dad

Teen sensation Dylan Moody is carving his own path in the world of sports, inspired by his legendary father, former Leicester, England, and Lions flanker Lewis Moody.

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At just 16 years old, Moody Jr. is already making waves, but not on the rugby field like his dad. Instead, he’s set his sights on becoming a goalkeeping sensation for Southampton and England.

Despite his tender age, this rising star has been making waves in the Under-18s Premier League, showcasing his talent in eight appearances for the Saints this season.

The Sun has revealed that Moody recently got the chance to train with Southampton’s first team yesterday for the first time.

This unexpected opportunity came as a result of his stellar performances catching the eye of Championship side boss Russell Martin.


Richie McCaw ranks his five toughest opponents

Richie McCaw, the iconic former captain of New Zealand, has placed Lewis Moody, the standout English rugby player, among the top five flankers he encountered throughout his illustrious career.

McCaw, renowned for his legendary status, amassed an impressive record of 148 international caps for the All Blacks, with 131 victories under his belt, while leading his country in 111 matches.

His crowning achievement came in 2011 when he triumphantly lifted the World Cup on his home turf, solidifying his position as one of the greatest All Blacks of all time.

Remarkably, McCaw continued to excel for an additional four years, shattering numerous records and uniquely claiming the Webb Ellis trophy for a second time in 2015.

This extraordinary feat not only concluded his international career but also marked the end of his playing days as he promptly announced his retirement from the sport.

#5. Lewis Moody (England)

  • Position Back-row
  • Height 6 ft 3 in
  • Weight 225 lb
  • Caps 71

Moody was known for the enthusiasm with which he plays the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname “Mad Dog” from teammates and supporters.

Richie McCaw said: “I had got a lot of respect for the way he played, he threw himself into a lot of it. Moody was a little bit different to most flankers – he was also a ball carrier and he could put a lot of pressure on backlines.”

Lewis Moody shares a joke with Mike Tindall – Photo mandatory by-line:Phil Mingo/Pinnacle – Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 768 6958 48 – 19/03/2011 – RUBY UNION – RBS Six Nations – Ireland v England – Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland