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Felix Jones was born on 5 August, 1987 in Dublin, Ireland. Discover Felix Jones's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?
|Age||34 years old|
|Born||5 August 1987|
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Felix Jones Height, Weight & Measurements
At 34 years old, Felix Jones height is 1.85 m and Weight 90 kg.
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Felix Jones Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Felix Jones worth at the age of 34 years old? Felix Jones’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Ireland. We have estimated Felix Jones's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Jones joined the South African national team as a defence consultant. South Africa's head coach is Rassie Erasmus, who was director of rugby at Munster when Jones began his coaching career with the province.
Jones joined the Munster coaching team ahead of the 2016–17 season as a technical coach. After helping Munster reach the semi finals of the 2016–17 European Rugby Champions Cup and the 2017 Pro12 Grand Final, he signed a two-year contract extension with the province which saw his role expand to backs and attack coach. As well as coaching with Munster, Jones also assisted Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt with the national teams tour of Japan in June 2017. He left Munster's coaching staff in June 2019.
Jones captained Ireland Wolfhounds in their game against England Saxons on 30 January 2015. He was named in the Ireland squad for the opening rounds of the 2015 Six Nations Championship on 1 February 2015. He came off the bench against Italy on 7 February 2015. Jones came off the bench in the 19–9 win against England on 1 March 2015. England's failure to score enough points against France meant Ireland won the 2015 Six Nations Championship, the first time Ireland have won back-to-back championships since 1948–49. Jones was nominated for the IRUPA Medal For Excellence 2015 in April 2015.
Jones was named in the 45-man training squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup on 24 June 2015. He started in the first World Cup warm-up against Wales on 8 August 2015, scoring a try in the 21-35 win for Ireland. Jones came off the bench in the warm-up game against Wales on 29 August 2015.
Jones started for Ireland Wolfhounds in their friendly against England Saxons on 25 January 2014. On 27 January 2014, Jones was named in Ireland's 34-man squad for the opening two fixtures of the 2014 Six Nations Championship.
Jones was named in the Ireland squad for their 2014 Tour to Argentina on 19 May 2014. He started the first test against Argentina on 7 June 2014.
He was named in the Ireland squad for the 2014 Guinness Series on 21 October 2014. Jones came off the bench during the 29–15 win against South Africa on 8 November 2014. He started against Georgia on 16 November 2014, scoring two tries in the 49–7 win. Jones came on in the 26–23 win against Australia on 22 November 2014.
Jones was named in the Ireland squad for the 2013 Ireland tour to North America on 19 May 2013. He came off the bench against the USA on 8 June 2013. Jones started in Ireland's 14–40 victory against Canada on 15 June 2013.
He was called up as injury-cover to Ireland's squad for the 2013 Guinness Series on 19 November 2013.
Jones made his comeback from the injury that ruled him out of the 2011 Rugby World Cup on 10 February 2012, playing 80 minutes for Shannon in their AIL game against Young Munster. He made his comeback for Munster in a Pro12 fixture against Treviso on 18 February 2012. Jones made his Heineken Cup debut in the quarter-final against Ulster on 8 April 2012. He missed Munster's league play-off semi-final against Ospreys on 11 May 2012 when he picked up a shoulder injury in training. The shoulder injury ruled him out for at least 4 months, as it required surgery.
Jones returned from the injury on 13 October 2012, playing a full 80 minutes for Munster A. He then came off the bench in Munster's second round Heineken Cup tie against Edinburgh on 21 October 2012. Jones underwent successful knee surgery in late January 2013, and is expected to be back in action for Munster by March 2013. He signed a two-year contract extension with Munster in February 2013. Jones captained Munster in their 21–10 win against Treviso on 12 September 2014.
Jones was selected in Ireland's squad for the 2011 Rugby World Cup warm-ups in August. He earned his first cap as a substitute in the game against Scotland on 6 August 2011. His second cap came against France on 13 August 2011, again as a substitute. His first start for Ireland came against France on 20 August. However, an ankle ligament injury sustained in an awkward fall against France dashed Jones's hopes of playing at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, as the injury ruled him out for the duration of the tournament.
He made his Munster debut against Glasgow Warriors in September 2009 and played 6 games before injuring his neck against Connacht in December 2009. Jones made his comeback against Aironi in September 2010, and played 3 games before injuring his knee against Ospreys in the same month. He was out until March 2011. He made his European debut for Munster against Brive in April 2011. Jones was part of the Munster team that won the 2010–11 Magners League.
He has represented Ireland A three times and was a member of the squad which won the Churchill Cup in 2009.
Jones played for Leinster in the Under-19 team (2 caps), the Under-20 team (4 caps) and the Leinster A team (13 caps) before making his Leinster first XV debut against Connacht in February 2008.
Jones played mini-rugby for Seapoint and continued to play for the club right up to the take-off of his professional career. He was a member of Seapoint's All Ireland Junior Cup win in 2007. He attended St. Andrew's College in Dublin, where he played for the schools Junior and Senior Cup teams.
An injury to Luke Fitzgerald gave Jones a call-up to the Ireland Under-20 team which went on to achieve a Grand Slam in the 2007 Six Nations Under 20s Championship, with Jones scoring two tries in the opening fixture against Wales. In total, Jones earnt 5 caps for the Ireland Under-20 team.
Felix Jones (born 5 August 1987) is an Irish former rugby union player and current coach. He played primarily as a fullback, but could also play on the wing. In October 2015, Jones was forced to retire from all rugby due to a neck injury. He moved into coaching after retiring from playing, and is currently a European-based coaching consultant with the South African national team, whose head coach and director of rugby are Jones' former Munster coaching colleagues Jacques Nienaber and Rassie Erasmus respectively.