- DOB29 Jun 1991
Andy Symons started out his career with Saracens Amateurs and Old Albanians, but after linking up with the Saracens Academy, a bold move to New Zealand beckoned for his first taste of professional rugby.
After spending a season playing for Tasman in the ITM Cup, Symons then returned to the UK to join Worcester Warriors in 2013 – via Leicester Tigers’ sevens side.
Making his debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup later that year, the centre opened his Aviva Premiership account with a debut score against the Tigers.
Standing at 6’5” tall, Symons soon made his impression in the Premiership and made over 50 appearances for the Sixways outfit before switching to Gloucester in 2016.
Despite an injury-hit first campaign with the Cherry & Whites, he made a big impact during the 2017-18 season and established himself in the first team at Kingsholm – taking his tally of club caps to 24 and earning himself a switch to Saints during the summer of 2018.