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Andrew Gomarsall

Rugby player

Andrew Gomarsall has a wealth of rugby experience both at English Premiership and International levels, amassing 200 Premiership appearances and scoring 15 tries.

Capped 35 times for his country, Gomarsall has played in three England World Cup campaign and is a holder of a Word Cup medal and matching MBE. He has played 200 times in the English Premiership and since the early nineties has represented Bath, Wasps, Worcester, Bedford, Gloucester, Harlequins and Leeds.

Playing at scrum half, he was known for having a fast and accurate pass, a good “rugby brain” and a great kicker of goals.

Today he is Director of N2N Ltd, an end of life IT asset management company. In addition, he’s regularly involved in charity events and is part of the Sport Relief Big Hitters choir that will be singing the JLS Sport Relief official ‘Proud’ single in front of 82,000 rugby fans during the England v Ireland RBS 6 Nations match at Twickenham.

Why I'm Singing Instead of Playing on the Rugby Pitch for Sport Relief

Everyone that knows me is aware that my talents don't extend to singing. In fact you could say that I'm a bit tone deaf. But you can't let your limitations stop you. At least that's what I was told by Austin Healey when he twisted my arm and asked me whether I would join The Sport Relief Big Hitters Choir and help raise money for Sport Relief.
16/03/2012 15:25 GMT