Andy Symons

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Andy Symons (born 29 June 1991, Harlow)) is an English rugby union player. He plays for Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership. He previously played for Worcester Warriors, Leicester Tigers, Doncaster Knights and Tasman Makos.

He plays as a centre or fly-half.

Symons started his career playing for Saracens Amateurs and Old Albanians, before joining the Saracens academy.

In November 2013, Symons signed for Worcester after spending a season playing for Tasman in the ITM Cup.[1] Symons made his Worcester debut in an LV Cup win at Cardiff Blues in November 2013 and scored a try on his Aviva Premiership debut against Leicester Tigers at Sixways on 15 November 2013

Symons was to leave Worcester and join older brother Matt at London Irish from the 2016–17 season.[2] However, it was later announced that he wishes to pursue his career elsewhere and on 9 June 2016 it was announced that Symons would be joining Gloucester Rugby instead.[3]

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