James Honeyben, a member of the Wasps Academy since 2002, has worked his way up within Wasps and has been named as part of the senior squad for the 09/10 season.
James has been a familiar face, despite a few injuries, one to his groin in 2004/05, the same season he earned an U19 cap for England.
In the 2005/06 season James made his Premiership debut against Sale in February as well as starting 13 out of 16 matches for the A team. Making his second start for the senior side, James ran out against Worcester in March, and gained a place on the pitch in the final game of the season against Gloucester.
The following season saw James as a member of the winning A League side with 10 appearances, but a shoulder injury held him back for a large part of the season. He recovered just in time for the start of the 07/08 season and was a part of the Middlesex 7s side. Unfortunately injury forced James off the pitch and he underwent surgery on his knee ligaments, but soon returned to training.
James had a successful 2008/9 season with the A side, although they couldn't claim the A League title for a third season, and is sure to prove his worth in the Premiership this season with the 1XV side.
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|Weight:||90kgs / 14st 2lbs|
|Height:||180cm / 5ft 11ins|
|Date of Birth:||10/06/1986|
|Former Clubs:||Exeter Chiefs, Wasps|
|Debut Match:||Bristol Rugby 04/11/2005|
|James's Club Stats:||This Season||Club Total|