|Full name||Jason Stanley Michael Stanton|
11 October 1975 |
|Height||175 cm (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||92 kg (14 st 7 lb)|
Jason Stanton is a rugby league/union coach who coached the Australian women's rugby sevens team to victory in the inaugural Women's Sevens World Cup. He currently coaches Cronulla Sharks Womens team  and is on the coaching staff of the KiwiFerns for the 2017 Womens Rugby League World Cup. He previously has served as a skills coach to the Queensland Reds in 2009 and to the South African Springboks 7's from 2008-2011. He also was a consultant coach for the Stormers Rugby Union (Super XV Rugby). As a player, Stanton represented Lebanon in the 2000 Rugby League World Cup as well as in the national sevens team in 2006.
Stanton attended St Patrick's College, Strathfield graduating in 1993. He represented the college in First XI Cricket and First XV Rugby. In 1993 he was selected as Fly half in the NSW ISA First XV Rugby team. Stanton played junior representative Rugby League for Canterbury (u/17s), Balmain (u19s) and Easts (u/19s, u/21s, Reserve Grade).
Stanton played rugby league for Lebanon at the 2000 World Cup. Stanton played for Lebanon rugby league sevens in 2006. Lebanon won the Orara Valley 7's beating Fiji in the final. Stanton was awarded runner up player of the tournament.
- Jason Stanton rugbyleagueproject.org
- Lebanon in Sevens Heaven coffscoastadvocate.com.au Jan 30, 2006
- Lebanon go back to back at Orara Valley Sevens leagueunlimited.com Jan 31, 2006
- Stanton joins Springbok Sevens team mg.co.za, 2 February 2010
- Boks recruit Aussie Touch guru ur7s.com, 2 February 2010
- Bok Sevens coach searching for an edge rugbyweek.com, 19 March 2010
- "Boost for Kiwi Ferns ahead of World Cup". Retrieved 30 July 2017.