Born in 1963, Rob Andrew was educated at Barnard Castle School, Durham, where he was a contemporary of Rory Underwood. He then went on to Cambridge where he became a double blue, not only playing rugby for the university but captaining the cricket side. Rob was a star player for Wasps, Newcastle, England, and the British & Irish Lions. After retiring from playing he went on to be Director of Rugby for Newcastle and then Director of Elite Rugby at the RFU. He is currently the CEO of Sussex Country Cricket Club.
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