Amateur footballer Jeffrey Jones played for Llandrindod Juniors and for Mid-Wales League club Llandrindod Wells, helping them to win The Knighton Cup and to finish runners up in the Herefordshire County Cup, and was the club captain, notably as they went unbeaten in the 1904-05 season. Having played in an international trial match, he won 3 full international caps for Wales. He made his international debut on 11th April 1908 in a 1-0 defeat to Ireland at The Athletic Ground, Aberdare, and he won his last cap on 5th March 1910 against Scotland in a 1-0 defeat at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock.
He also played twice for Wales’ amateur international team, in February 1908 he featured in a 1-0 defeat to England at Edgeley Park, Stockport, and he also played exactly two years later as England again ran out winners in a match at Leeds Road, Huddersfield, winning 6-0. He spent time on the books at Aston Villa in 1906-07 but never made a first team appearance for them, and also played for Manchester City’s reserves. He also played for Northern Nomads.