Andrew Sheridan

As of January 9, 2009 National July 4, 2009

Andrew Sheridan ( born 1 November 1979 in London ) is an English rugby union player. He plays as a pillar for the English national team and the Sale Sharks.

Sheridan began at the age of nine with the rugby sport. He played for various youth teams of England, at that time because of its size (1.96 m) above or as a second row forward. After winning the title at the World Championships 2003 he came to his first race for an English gentleman selection that met the Barbarians. The first official international match was followed in November 2004 against Canada as a substitute.

Since the November internationals in 2005, he is an integral part of the squad the England team. In 2007, he was for some months after injury, but returned back in time for the World Cup. There he was among the top performers of the team that was able to advance to the finals, but had there defeated South Africa.

In 2005 he was appointed to the ranks of the British and Irish Lions and came to five appearances in not included in the statistics incoming games in advance of the actual test matches against New Zealand. Also for the following tour, which led the Lions to South Africa in 2009, he was nominated. He came two appearances against the " Springboks ".

Sheridan is a musician next to the rugby and go after the masonry after.