Three time capped Wallaby prop Ben Daley joins the Road Safety Western Force after 80 Asteron Life Super Rugby games across nine seasons for the Queensland Reds, including starting at loosehead prop in their championship-winning side in 2011. A gritty and relentless player Daley has earned a reputation for his incredible work ethic and team first attitude over the course of his career and brings an incredible amount of experience to the Force front row. After an injury plagued last few seasons Daley will be hoping change of scenery will bring as change of fortune as he looks to establish himself as a mainstay in the Western Force match day 23 this season.

Stats

Games: 
80
Points: 
10
Tries: 
2
Conversions: 
0
Penalty Goals: 
0
Drop Goals: 
0
Timeline: 
2016
Plays first three matches of 2016 Super Rugby season before suffering torn pectoral, returns for final match of the season. Plays Buildcorp NRC for Queensland Country and signs with Force in July.
2015
Plays eight games after missing the back half of the season following a shoulder dislocation. Launches ‘Be Great. Do Good’ campaign raising funds and invaluable support for 16 charities.
2014
Played 11 matches for the Reds in an injury interrupted Super Rugby season.
2013
Limited to just seven games following an injury suffered in a weight lifting accident in pre-season.
2012
Regular starter for the Reds earning his 50th cap for Queensland.
2011
Started at loose head prop in the Super Rugby Championship winning Reds team, beating the Crusaders to win their first title. Selected in Wallabies squad but didn't add to Test caps.
2010
Starts at loosehead in 12 of Reds 13 matches. Makes Test debut against England, playing three Tests in maiden international season.
2009
Adds five Super Rugby caps in his second season with the Reds.
2008
After playing Australian Schoolboys, U19 and U20 Daley made his Super Rugby debut for the Queensland Reds against the Crusaders.