|Full name||Andrew Edward Long|
|Date of birth||2 September 1977|
|Place of birth||Poole, Dorset, England|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||105 kg (16 st 7 lb) |
|School||St Peter's Catholic Comprehensive School|
|Rugby union career|
Originally a product of Bournemouth and the Bath academy, where he came to the attention of Bath coach Clive Woodward, having captained England U19 and U21. Woodward was appointed England coach in 1997 and picked the 20-year-old on potential for his first match in charge against Australia. However, Long played poorly and was replaced at half-time by Richard Cockerill, who then started the subsequent matches against New Zealand with Long on the bench. Long however did not again enter the field of play. He thus seemed destined to become a "one cap wonder" until gaining a second cap against the United States in 2001 when most of the regular England players were away with the 2001 British Lions tour to Australia. He also played for England in a non cap international against The Barbarians in 2003.
Meanwhile, Long spent 7 years at Bath, before joining Irish province Munster during the 2003 World Cup, after which he returned to England with Rotherham, who were relegated in 2004 and he travelled further north to join Newcastle Falcons.
On 20 November 2009, he signed for Northampton Saints and made his debut for the first team against Sale Sharks in the LV cup which they won 20–14.
On 31 May 2012, he was forced to retire from rugby, due to the effects of a degenerative neck injury.
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