Brendon Moore linked up with the Rosellas as an Assistant Coach in 2018. The ex-Essendon and Frankston VFA star has provided a wealth of knowledge for the playing group.
Moore played 7 senior games for Essendon, over four seasons. Recruited from Pines, he appeared in the final round of the 1987 VFL season, played four further games in 1988 and another two in 1990, after not playing senior football in 1989.
A left footed midfielder, Moore returned to his original club in 1991 and won a best and fairest for Pines in 1992. He then crossed to play for Frankston in the Victorian Football Association from 1993 to 1998.
During his time at Frankston he captained the club. In his final two seasons, Moore won back to back Frank Johnson Medals, for his performances when representing the VFL.
He went back to Pines in 1999 as captain-coach and took them to the 2002 grand final. In 2000 he won the league’s best and fairest award.
Most recently he has been a junior coach at Beaumaris.
He takes over the reins of the Reserves in 2019 from Al Garlick and Kieran Nolan, whilst also remaining a senior assistant to Des Ryan.