DOB: 22 October 1872
Died: 4 June 1954
Debut: Round 1, 1897 against South Melbourne at Lake Oval
Last Game: Round 14, 1905 against Geelong at MCG
Premiership Player - 1900
Victorian state representative - 3 times
Life Member - 2005
Rover who began his career with Melbourne in the VFA in 1894 and continued with the club when they transferred to the newly created VFL. He formed part of a lethal ruck division with Vic Cumberland and rover Fred McGinis in the early VFL years and was part of the Redlegs first premiership victory.
Retired after Round 8, 1905, but returned for one more game in Round 14.
A member of the MCG ground staff until 1914, Moodie was employed as a talent scout and a trainer in 1910. He later went on to serve as the club's doorman.
Served during World War I.
Players who served during war
May have been from Napier Imperial. May have made his VFA debut in 1895. Name spelt Moody in some sources. Described as retiring before the 1907 season though no records show him playing in 1906.
Argus - 24/05/1897
Age - 10/07/1905
Examiner - 07/09/1910
Winner - 29/07/1914
The Argus - 31/01/1916