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Barbarian Men

Christopher Robert Andrew

Fly-half

6

Matches

23

Points

Country

England

Playing Record

Games
07 Dec 1996
Twickenham
Barbarians
12
39
Australia XV
31 Mar 1990
Government Stadium
Barbarians
0
0
Hong Kong 7s
27 Dec 1986
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
18
22
Barbarians
27 Dec 1990
Welford Road
Leicester Tigers
21
26
Barbarians
22 Oct 1985
Rodney Parade
Newport
38
29
Barbarians
07 Oct 1986
Rodney Parade
Newport
17
50
Barbarians
Statistics
6 Games Played
1 Wins
4 Losses
23 Points

Christopher Robert Andrew

Christopher Robert Andrew was born in Richmond, Yorkshire, on 18 February 1963 and educated at Barnard Castle School, Durham University, and Cambridge University where he gained three rugby Blues (1982-84) and cricket Blues. He played for Nottingham, Gordon (in Sydney), Toulouse, Wasps and Newcastle and later became director of rugby for Newcastle Falcons. Rob Andrew scored 396 points in 71 internationals for England between 1985 and 1997. As well as becoming the most-capped fly-half he played one match at full-back in 1988. On the British Isles tours to Australia in 1989 and New Zealand in 1993 he played in 13 matches, including five tests, and scored 40 points. He captained the Barbarians against Leicester in 1990 and Australia in 1996 and at the Hong Kong Sevens in 1990. He worked for the Rugby Football Union as Director of Elite Rugby and in March 2011 as Director of Rugby Operations.

Player Records, Fixtures & Results

men Senior / 22 Jun 2024
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