Jordan Jackson-Hope

Super Rugby Caps 11


Height Weight
175cm 82kg
Born Hometown
05 / 04 / 1996 Canberra

A Canberra local with plenty of potential, Jordan Jackson-Hope might be the next big thing for Australian Rugby and the Brumbies.

A product of esteemed rugby school St. Edmund’s College in Canberra, Jackson-Hope represented the ACT representative sides throughout his junior career and was selected for the Australian Schoolboys in 2014.

Jackson-Hope would represent the Brumbies U20’s and Combined States U20’s in 2015 before linking up with the Tuggeranong Vikings in the John I Dent Cup, leading the Vikings Colts to a Premiership.

2016 was a breakout year for Jackson-Hope, the youngster captaining the Brumbies in the inaugural Super U20’s competition and being selected to represent the Australian at that level at the Junior World Cup where he starred, scoring a try and showing the world his immense potential.

The Utility Back would go on to make his Brumbies debut against the Melbourne Rebels, pulling off a try assist with his first touch of the ball in Super Rugby. Jackson-Hope would make his second Brumbies appearance against the Sunwolves in the same year, scoring a memorable try.

He was subsequently rewarded with an Extended Playing Squad (EPS) contract for 2017 and he did not disappoint, the 21-year old making six appearances and giving fans a glimpse into what his future might hold.

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