|DOB||23rd Aug 1969|
|Junior Club||Baralaba Panthers|
|Debut||1994: Round 1 vs Manly|
|Other Clubs||Gold Coast Seagulls|
Jason Hetherington played 15 games for the Gold Coast in 1993 as a five eighth.
In 1994, Jason joined Canterbury and started the season in reserve grade as a five eighth before receiving the opportunity to play first grade against Manly as a replacement.
By mid-season, Jason had moved to hooker and secured a first grade position ahead of Ben Gillies. He played in the Grand Final against Canberra.
In 1995, Jason was a regular member of the first grade team and played in the Premiership winning team against Manly.
In 1996, Jason missed the end of the season through injury and in 1997, missed several games through a knee injury.
In 1998, Jason captained Canterbury for the first time. He captained Canterbury on five occasions between 1998 and 2000. Jason was selected for Queensland in 1998 and played a total of 8 games for his state from 1998 to 2000. He also played two Tests for Australia from 1998 to 2000. Jason played in the 1998 Grand Final against Brisbane.
In 1999, Jason's season was ended mid-season by a shoulder injury. He returned in 2000 for one last season.
In 2001, Jason joined the London Broncos and retired in 2003. He was nominated for the Berries to Bulldogs 70 Year Team of Champions in 2004.