Ian Prior is genuine playmaker with the ability to direct the attack from both scrumhalf and flyhalf. The 26-year-old was a valuable contributor for the Road Safety Western Force in 2016 starting in both the No.9 and No.10 jersey and covering for either position off the bench. With 69 Super Rugby caps to his name Prior is an on field general for the Force and uses his strong kicking game to punish the opposition. The former Red and Brumby was a pivotal member of the Perth Spirit side that took out the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship and entering his fourth season with the Western Force will be seeking more opportunities again in 2017.
Plays 13 games matches for the Force, starting six. Wins Buildcorp NRC title with Perth Spirit.
Plays 10 matches for the Western Force; plays six matches for 2015 PINDAN Premier Grade Champions Nedlands; plays for Perth Spirit in Builcorp NRC.
Makes Western Force debut against the Brumbies in Week Two; plays six matches for the Force, starting in eight; plays four matches for the Perth Spirit in the National Rugby Championship, including a 23-point haul in the 63-21 win over the Sydney Stars.
Plays 12 games with the Brumbies; starts off the bench in the Brumbies 27-22 Super Rugby final loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton; starts at scrumhalf in the Brumbies historic 14-12 win over the British & Irish Lions; signs with the Western Force until 2015.
Plays 13 games with the Brumbies; scores maiden Super Rugby try.
Debuts for the Reds in their Super Rugby championship-winning season, earning six caps; starts off the bench in the 18-13 championship win; signs with the Brumbies for two seasons.
Called up to the Australian Under 20s after Western Australian, Justin Turner, is ruled out with a knee injury; starts the semi-final