David Moody (born 28 April 1995) is an Australian cricketer. He made his first-class debut for Western Australia during the 2014–15 Sheffield Shield season. The nephew of Tom Moody, a former Australian international, he had earlier played matches for several invitational sides against international teams in preparation for the 2015 World Cup, including games against Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, and the United Arab Emirates. He also featured in the 2015 Prime Minister's XI match against England. Moody, a right-arm medium pacer, secured a rookie contract with the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) for the 2014–15 domestic season, and on debut against New South Wales in February 2015 took 4/60 in the first innings, including wickets in both his first and third overs. He took his maiden first-class five wicket haul in March, 2017 on the second day of the Victoria v Western Australia Sheffield Shield match in Alice Springs.
Moody was born in Perth, and attended Guildford Grammar School between 2008 and 2012.
Moody returned to Guildford Grammar School for the summer of 2014/15 in a coaching capacity for the 8/9B cricket team. This is his first and only official coaching role as of 2017. He helped players such as Aves. Gerus and Greenham develop and received commendation for his efforts.