Jono Lance is a talented play maker with the ability the direct the attack and control the game as well as create something from nothing with a single piece of brilliance. The two time Super Rugby champion joined the Road Safety Western Force last season and started with a bang scoring 36 points in the first three matches before a pectoral injury sidelined him for 12-weeks. The 26-year-old starred for the Perth Spirit in the Buildcorp NRC before being called onto the Wallabies Spring Tour squad. Lance was a late inclusion on the Wallabies bench to face France although didn’t earn a cap before playing in the Wallaby XV against the French Barbians. A true playmaker, Lance will be a cornerstone of the Force team in 2017.
Starts first three games of the season at flyhalf before being struck down by pectoral injury. Stars in Perth Spirit’s title winning season. Called in to Wallabies Spring Tour squad.
Plays two Super Rugby matches for the Waratahs, stars for the NSW Country Eagles in the Buildcorp National Rugby Championship taking out the Player of the Season Award. Signs for the Western Force in May.
Joins the NSW Waratahs for on a two-year deal. Used a valuable utlity member of the Waratahs strong backline, Lance plays nine matches in the side’s title-winning season.
Earns 13 caps for the Reds, scoring his maiden Super Rugby, before signing on to join the Waratahs.
Plays three matches for the Reds in his second season.
Represents Australia at World Sevens Series in Dubai before making his Asteron Life Super Rugby debut against the Force in Perth.
Member of Queensland Reds Academy; Represents Australia at Under 20 World Championships alongside Luke Morahan.