Peadar Andrews


Peadar Andrews

Infobox GAA player | name =Peadar Andrews
irish =Peadar Mac Aindriú
placeofbirth=Dublin
countryofbirth=Ireland
dob=
sport=Gaelic football
code=Football
county=Dublin
province=Leinster
clposition= Left Half Back
club=St. Brigids
clyears=? -Present
clapps(points)=
clcounty=1
clprovince=1
clubs=St. Brigids
counties= Dublin
icposition= Left Half Back
icyears=1999-2006
icapps(points)=
icprovince=2
icupdate=(00:03, 6 September 2006 (UTC))
clupdate=(00:03, 6 September 2006 (UTC))
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Peadar Andrews is an Irish Gaelic footballer who played for Dublin. He was part of the 2005 Dublin team that beat Laois to become the 2005 Leinster Champions and was in the panel for Dublins second Leinster Championship in a row against Offaly in July 2006. He plays his club football for St. Brigids and was part of the squad that defeated Thomas Davis to the Dublin AFL Division 1 title at O'Toole Park. Andrews retired from the Dublin panel in 2006 [cite web|url=http://www.gaa.ie/plugins/newsfeed.cgi?rm=content&plugin_data_id=16727|title=Andrews retires from intercounty fare|month=December|day=17|year=2006]

Peadar Andrews works as an accountant for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Dublin.

He was on the Leinster squad in the 2005 Railway Cup victory over Ulster in Parnell Park were Leinster claimed the Martin Donnelly Cup for the 28th time.

Andrews received a suspension of eight weeks in the controversial 2006 national league clash between Dublin and Tyrone. A game which resulted in disciplinary action against 9 players involved in the game. He was charged under rules 138 and 140 but was later exonerated due to 'a technicality'.

Peadar is the older brother of Paddy Andrews, a young player who is currently playing at underage level for Dublin.

References

External links

* [http://www.stbrigidsgaa.com/ St Brigids official club website]

See also

*Dublin GAA
*Dublin GAA Honours
*Dublin Senior Club Football Championship


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