Stacey Jones

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Full Name
Stacey William Potu Jones
Friday, 7th May, 1976
Current Age
47 years and 296 days
Place Of Birth
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Awards & Accolades

Golden Boot Award
National Rugby League Hall Of Fame

Known Family Links

Maunga Emery
Laishon Jones


Former Junior Kiwi Test captain made his mark as a 19-year-old halfback in the Warriors’ debut season. The grandson of Maunga Emery, NZ international halfback of the 1960s, Jones was selected in the Kiwis’ World Cup squad at the end of 1995 and was a regular visitor to the Test arena during the next decade. In 1999 he became the first Auckland player to pass 100 first grade games but missed NZ’s Tri-series campaign when he broke his wrist in a warm-up match against Tonga. A member of the 2000 World Cup team that was beaten in the final by Australia, Jones’ great form was a highlight in the Warriors’ 2001-02 seasons in which the club first made the final eight and then qualified for the grand final against the Roosters. Jones won the ‘Golden Boot’ award for international player of the year in 2002 but after 34 Tests his club form wavered and he suddenly seemed to be out of favour with Warriors and NZ national coach Daniel Anderson. The record holder for most games for the Warriors, and the leading point-scorer and try-scorer in his decade with the club, Jones announced that he would be joining French Super League club Les Catalans in 2006. He finished the year be starring in NZ’s stunning 24-0 victory over Australia in the final of the 2005 Tri-Nations competition. A year later he again rejoined the Kiwi Test team but announced his international retirement following NZ’s 16-12 loss in extra-time against Australia in the final of the Tri-Nations competition in November.

Coaching Career Statistics

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Competition   Games W L D Win %  
NSW Reserve Grade 48 25 22 1 52.08% List
All Stars 1 0 1 0 0.00% List
NRL 11 2 9 0 18.18% List


Australia - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Maori 2019 1 0 1 0 0.00% List

Club Career


Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Warriors NRL 2022 11 2 9 0 18.18% List


Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Warriors 2022 11 2 9 0 18.18% List

NSW/QLD Cup - By Year

Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Warriors (R) 2015 VB NSW Cup 24 12 11 1 50.00% List
Warriors (R) 2016 Intrust Super Premiership 24 13 11 0 54.17% List

NSW/QLD Cup - By Team

Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Warriors (R) 2015-16 48 25 22 1 52.08% List

Your Say

  • Adam Flvr

    Absolute champion. Joey Johns is an Immortal and named him his toughest challenge at half back. That speaks volumes. His try in the 2002 losing grand final is one of the all time great gf tries. Tough and skillfill with a bag of tricks he is an all time great. Too bad about the quality of team mates around him.

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Contributions: Rugby League Tables, Andrew Ferguson, Shawn Dollin, AJ Lucantonio, Alan Katzmann, Terry Liberopoulos, Paul Carter, Cymru RL, Bill Bates

Sources: ARL Rugby League Yearbook 1997, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 1998, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 1999, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2000, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2001, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2002, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2003, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2004, NRL 2004 Official Rugby League Annual, ARL Rugby League Yearbook 1996, Rothmans Rugby League Yearbook 1997