Last: Mid Canterbury 10 February 2018
Other Teams: North Otago SIPST (2004-2005)
Batting Style: Left-hand bat
Bowling Style: Left-arm orthodox
Playing Role: Bowler
Club(s): WBHS, Oamaru, Dunedin
A student of the game, Jordan showed allot of promise early on as he made his way through various North Otago and Otago age group teams before making his North Otago Hawke Cup debut while still at high school in 2008. He quickly became the go to spin option as well as providing an aggressive lower order batsman to score quick runs at the tail end of the innings. During his first full season in 2009-2010, he was one of the eleven who made sporting folklore when North Otago defeated holder Manawatu in a Hawke Cup challenge, and his province taking possession of the Hawke Cup for the first time in the cups then 100-year history.
Since then he has become a major component of the side, and batted at nearly every position in the batting order. Identified early by North Otago cricket followers as a future North Otago captain, he took over at the start of the 2014-15 season with his side qualifying for a Hawke Cup challenge both seasons he has been in charge so far. It was during his second season as captain when North Otago would experience perhaps it most successful season in its history finishing undefeated in the Hawke Cup Southern Elimination Zone. Putting in some dominating performances, the team won three games outright (1 by an innings), one by first innings and breaking many longstanding records in the process. His second time in charge during a Hawke Cup challenge saw him become only the second captain from North Otago to win the Hawke Cup, when he led his side to victory against Buller in the battle of the minor districts in Westport. A dedicated member of the team, during the past season he travelled from Christchurch to play club cricket in Oamaru so that he could meet New Zealand Cricket eligibility criteria to play for North Otago. (6 June 2016)