Andy Goode, born 3rd April 1980 in Coventry, is a highly respected former professional Rugby Union player.
He represented England on 17 occasions, making his debut as a replacement for Charlie Hodgson in the 2005 victory over Italy, in which he also scored his first points from a conversion. He was called up to the England squad for the 2009 Six Nations and was in the starting line-up for the opening match against Italy scoring the opening try and converting it himself.
His career has spanned over 16 years playing for 6 different clubs including Saracens, Leicester Tigers and Wasps RFC and he is currently second in the all-time top point’s scorer list in the Premiership with 2,147 points to his name. He won five Premiership titles and two Heineken Cups in his time at Leicester Tigers before moving to Brive.
After Brive he had a spell with the Sharks in Super Rugby before moving to Wasps where he played a key role in guiding them into the play-offs and to the European Champions Cup quarter finals.
He joined London Irish for the start of the 2015/16 season then returned to Newcastle before retiring in March 2016.
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Can I express my sincere thanks for all your efforts last night, it was simply stunning.The club appreciates that you are a busy man and we are indebted to you for making the effort to attend. The emails I have received today have been nothing other than congratulatory. You did an amazing job again and I thank you for that.
Chairman, Wymondham Rugby Football Club
Absolutely brilliant, thank you so much.
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