1. Andy Farrell retired second on the list of England national rugby league team's all-time top goal scorers, with 78 points.
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2. Andy Farrell was inducted into the Order of the British Empire for services to the game in the New Year's list of 2004.
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4. Andy Farrell won 5 Championships and 4 Challenge Cups with Wigan, picking up the 1998 Super League and 2002 Challenge Cup as captain.
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6. Andy Farrell went on to become the youngest player to win a Challenge Cup Final in 1993 when at 17 years and 11 months he came on as a substitute against Widnes.
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11. Andy Farrell finished the tournament as the leading scorer with 69 points, bringing his personal tally for England to 412 and making him the second-highest points scorer in the history of the England national team, with only Jonny Wilkinson having scored more.
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16. Andy Farrell started in the Calcutta Cup match against Scotland, only missing one kick in a near-faultless display.
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19. Andy Farrell will succeed Joe Schmidt as Ireland head coach after next year's World Cup, the Irish Rugby Football Union has announced.
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37. On 24 March 2005 Andy Farrell announced his retirement from rugby league to take on a new challenge with Saracens, and the Rugby Football Union.
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40. In 2001 Andy Farrell set the Wigan club record for most points in a season with 429 and most points in a Super League championship season with 388.
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41. Andy Farrell played for Wigan at loose forward, scoring a try and kicking two goals, in their 2000 Super League Grand Final loss against St Helens.
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42. Andy Farrell was selected to play for Great Britain against Australia in all three Ashes Tests of the 1994 Kangaroo tour.
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43. Andy Farrell became the youngest player to win a Challenge Cup Final in 1993 when at 17 years and 11 months he came on as a substitute against Widnes.
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45. Andy Farrell made 34 appearances for Great Britain and represented England in two World Cups.
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