Jason Ryles

Jason Ryles is a former Australian Rugby League player who enjoyed has enjoyed a successful playing and coaching career since 2000.  Having played for numerous Australian and French football teams, as well as the Australian National Rugby League team (the Kangaroos) Ryles understands what it takes to perform on a world stage. Not only does Ryles come from a strong playing background, but a strong and successful coaching career across multiple codes and teams. Ryles first started his coaching career with the NSW State of Origin team in 2012 as their assistant coach and went on to subsequent coaching roles at the Western Suburbs Red Devils, Melbourne Storm, and the Junior Kangaroos. From 2016, Ryles periodically assumed assistant coaching positions for the England Rugby Union team but became the full-time skills coach in 2020. In 2022 he joined the Sydney Roosters as an assistant coach, and in the absence of Brad Davis, came on board as the Wallabies Rugby World Cup Assistant Coach. 

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