12 Facts About Andy Gomarsall


Andrew Charles Thomas Gomarsall MBE was born on 24 July 1974, in Durham and is a former rugby union player who played at scrum-half for Leeds Carnegie and England.

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Andy Gomarsall previously played for Gloucester Rugby, Bedford and Wasps.

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Andy Gomarsall was a member of London Wasps' 1999 Powergen Cup winning side, eventually transferring to Bedford as a captain, before joining Gloucester Rugby.

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Andy Gomarsall was a Gloucester Rugby favourite, and participated in the 2003 Powergen Cup.

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Andy Gomarsall started in the 2002 Zurich Championship Final in which Gloucester defeated Bristol Shoguns.

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Andy Gomarsall started all three of England's 2004 Autumn internationals at Twickenham and was vice captain in the England XV against the Barbarians in May as well as the Churchill Cup tour.

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On 25 September 2006 Andy Gomarsall signed a one year "pay-as-you-play" deal with Harlequins: ""It was shocking what happened to me and I wouldn't want that to happen to anyone else.

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Andy Gomarsall performed well for Harlequins and was selected for the England squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

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In 2008, Andy Gomarsall started the first two Six Nations games before being dropped for the third against France.

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In 2015 Andy Gomarsall Played for Old Actonians RFC Vets in a dramatic thrashing of Local Rivals Ealing Vets.

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Andy Gomarsall was a co-commentator for ITV's coverage of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

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Andy Gomarsall is building his Father's business, Network 2 Supplies Ltd.

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