Andrew was a member of the Ireland U-20 2022 Grand Slam winning team, scoring a try in the win over Scotland in Scotstoun Stadium, which was also his debut at that level.
Like older brother Jamie, Andrew started his rugby with the Naas RFC minis, attended Naas CBS and lined out for the North Midlands Area in the Bank of Ireland Shane Horgan Cup.
Andrew earned his first Leinster representative cap in summer 2019 where he played for Leinster U-18s Youths in the interprovincial competition in the University of Limerick. The same year he earned his first Ireland age grade cap for Ireland U-18s Clubs against Italy.
His parents, Joe and Fiona, and his three other brothers Jack, Adam and Will are all still immersed in sport and in Naas RFC with their different age groups. Andrew acknowledges his dad, who was also his underage coach in Naas RFC, with much of the credit for his progression so far.
Credit: Leinster Rugby
May 4, 2023
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