While at University, Andrew Fenby was well on track to become a chartered account. But instead of singing a contract with PwC, he become a premiership rugby player instead. Hear Andy's story of becoming a late bloomer and how he fulfilled his childhood dream of becoming a professional athlete.
"Fenby's professional career started relatively late, as he earned his first professional contract with Newcastle Falcons at the age of 24. After a brief cameo for the Falcons at the end of the 2008–09 season, he returned to Wales to sign for the Scarlets. A record of 14 tries in 28 appearances that season resulted in a transfer to London Irish in 2013. After initially retiring from professional rugby at the end of the 2015–16 season to work in the City, he returned to the sport in October 2016, signing a three-month contract with European champions Saracens."
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