Reinier Moor was a former youth team player who played around thirty first-team games spread over three seasons. He represented the Republic of Ireland at various age groups whilst with City.
Reinier progressed via the Exeter City youth scheme to earn a full contract in August 2001. He made his first team debut as a substitute against Scunthorpe United on 25 August 2001 and, after another substitute appearance soon afterwards, next appeared at Southend United in September 2002. He scored twice against Boston United in November 2002 followed by another goal against Hartlepool the following week. Such achievements were sufficient for the Netherlands-born, but Irish-qualified, Reinier to be capped by the Republic of Ireland at under-17, under-18 and under-19 level.
Reinier was unable to build on his early promise and, invariably employed as a substitute as opposed to a ‘starter’, could only add three more goals to his City tally in all competitions. Featuring steadily less-often he made his final City appearance at Dagenham & Redbridge in January 2004.
He was then released at the end of the 2003/04 season and briefly played for Bath City before moving on to Taunton Town and Clevedon Town. Reinier then played no more than a handful of times for Tiverton Town early in 2005/06 before later turning out for Crediton United and Kentisbeare
At one time Reinier was employed by Howmet in Exeter.
League 31; Cups 5 (36)