Ben Jones (rugby league born 1980)

Ben Jones (rugby league born 1980)

Infobox rugby league biography
playername = Ben Jones
fullname = Ben Jones
nickname = BJ

caption =
country =
position = Second-row
currentclub =
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1980|4|15|df=yes
placeofbirth = Redcliffe, Queensland
countryofbirth = Australia
height = convert|185|cm|ftin|abbr=on
weight = convert|97|kg|stlb|abbr=on
club1 = leagueicon|Canberra Raiders|16 Canberra Raiders
year1start = 2006
year1end = 2008
appearances1 = 33
tries1 = 2
goals1 = 0
fieldgoals1 = 0
points1 = 8
updated = 12:14, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
source =

Ben Jones (born 15 April, 1980 in Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia) is a retired rugby league player who played for the Canberra Raiders in the National Rugby League. He played in the second-row.

He retired at the conclusion of the 2008 season, citing knee injuries as the reason for his retirement.cite web|url=|title=2009 NRL Player Movements|publisher=NRL Live|date=2008-10-04|accessdate=2008-10-04]


External links

* [ Canberra Raiders profile]
* [ NRL profile]

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