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Rob Andrew is a former fly-half who represented England 71 times.

Rob Andrew Bio

Rob Andrew is a former England international who has also held a number of administrative positions in the game. He’s currently the Chief Executive of Sussex County Cricket Club.

After taking up rugby at school, Rob Andrew played for Cambridge in the Varsity match while he studied at the university. At this time, he also represented Cambridge’s cricket team.

After finishing his degree, Rob Andrew signed for Nottingham. However, he only stayed with the club for one season before he joined Wasps in 1987. He then represented the side until 1991, when he left for a season in France with Toulouse. Upon returning to England, Rob Andrew re-signed with Wasps, where he stayed until 1995. At this point, he left to join Newcastle Gosforth (now the Falcons) as both a player and the club’s director of rugby. He then stayed with the side until 1999, when he retired due to injury.

As well as enjoying a stellar domestic career, Rob Andrew was also capped 71 times by England between 1985 and 1997. With the international team, he won the Grand Slam three times. During the same period, he also appeared in five tests for the British and Irish Lions.

Since he retired from rugby in 1999, Rob Andrew has held a number of administrative posts within the sport. He remained the director of rugby at Newcastle for several years after his retirement, and he’s also held posts with the RFU. Since January 2017, he has been the Chief Executive of Sussex County Cricket Club.