|Wagon while playing for Parramatta in 2008|
|Full name||Daniel David Wagon|
30 April 1976 |
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
|Height||187 cm (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||98 kg (15 st 6 lb)|
|1997–98||St. George Dragons||28||11||0||0||44|
|As of 5 October 2008|
|Source: RLP RL stats|
Daniel Wagon (born 30 April 1976 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian professional rugby league player and coach, who currently coaches Limoux Grizzlies in the Elite One Championship and plays for the Aston DSC Bulls in the AMNRL. He primarily plays in the back row. He previously played for the St. George Dragons and Parramatta Eels in the National Rugby League where he started his career out in the centres before moving to the back row.
He played his junior rugby league for New South Wales junior side Maclean, Wagon was selected to represent Queensland as five-eighth for all three games of the 2001 State of Origin series. At the end of the season he played for the Parramatta Eels at lock forward in their 2001 NRL grand final loss to the Newcastle Knights.
Return to Australia
Wagon was one of the international players invited to the launch of the proposed NRLUS competition in the United States in July 2010. He also joined the Aston Bulls of the semi-professional American National Rugby League (AMNRL), making him the highest profile player in the AMNRL. He is due to arrive in May 2010 to begin training with the club in preparation for their first match for the Philadelphia Fight.
- First Grade Debut: for St. George against Illawarra, on 22 March 1997 (Round 3)
- Origin Selection: for Queensland Origin, 2001
- Test Selection: for the Kangaroo Tour of England in 2001, though he did not play a game on the three test tour.
- "2009 NRL Player Movements". NRL Live. 4 October 2008. Retrieved 4 October 2008.
- Muir, Les (22 June 2009). "Daniel Jumps On Tigers Bandwagon". The Daily Advertiser. Retrieved 22 June 2009.
- Whiticker, Alan; Hudson, Glen (2007). The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players. Wetherill Park, New South Wales: Gary Allen Pty Ltd. p. 609. ISBN 978-1-877082-93-1.