England Rugby Fly Half
CHILL-OUT SUNDAY THE ELLIS RUGBY – ENGLAND RUGBY FLY HALF ROB ANDREW BOOK PREVIEW
England Rugby Fly Half Rob Andrew was number 10 for England during the Will Carling era. Making a winning debut in January 1985 against Romania at Twickenham. For the next 10 years, he was England’s regular fly-half. Earning 70 caps. Including 2 as captain. He was briefly dropped in 1993 as England tried out Bath RFC’s Stuart Barnes for the fly-half’s position. But regained it after two matches.
England Rugby Fly Half – World Cup 1995
After England finished 4th in the 1995 Rugby World Cup. The England Fly Half saw out his contract at Wasps and moved to the Newcastle Falcons. He made his final appearance for England after an absence of almost two years. When he was called off the bench as a try-scoring replacement against Wales in March 1997. In total, he scored 396 international points. In addition, won the Grand Slam with England 3 times. Also, he held the English record for the most points scored in an international. 30, scored against Canada in 1994.
A Game and a Half Book Preview
A Game And A Half: An Autobiography, Rob Andrew, Hodder & Stoughton. This autobiography takes Andrew’s story up to the drama of the 1994-95 season and the World Cup. Offering shrewd insights into the game at all levels, along with entertaining anecdotes. Rob Andrew describes the great changes that have taken place in rugby football over the last few years. In addition, his challenging views on the potential for the game’s future. Also, what it’s like to be in rugby at the top level. Finally, the restless search for improvements in play and techniques.
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