Andrew Trimble, born October 20, 1984, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, is an Irish rugby union footballer, playing the position of outside centre or on the wing for Ulster and represents Ireland at international level.

Trimble made his debut, replacing the injured Brian O’Driscoll, for the Ireland national rugby union team during the 2005 IRB Autumn Internationals, against Australia.

Building on his earlier success, Trimble made the 22-man squad for Ireland’s 2006 Six Nations Championship opener against Italy. He came on as a second half replacement to score his third try against France, the following week.

Trimble has scored test tries for Ireland at the 2011 Rugby World Cup, and the 2012 Six Nations Championship.

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