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Joe Ansbro

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Joe Ansbro
Player details
NameJoe Ansbro
Age28
ClubLondon Irish
PositionCentre
BornGlasgow, Scotland
Height1.83m

London Irish Squad List

Back :

  • Ross Samson
  • Darren Allinson
  • Conor Gaston
  • Tomas O'Leary
  • Topsy Ojo
  • Michael Worrincy
  • Tom Homer
  • Jonathon Joseph
  • Shane Geraghty
  • Steven Shingler
  • Joe Ansbro
  • Guy Armitage
  • Foster Horan

Forward :

  • Brian Blaney
  • James Buckland
  • James Sandford
  • Leo Halavatau
  • Alex Gray
  • Jon Fisher
  • Jebb Sinclair
  • Jamie Gibson
  • Anthony Watson
  • Alex Corbisiero
  • Jerry Yanuyanutawa
  • Halani Aulika
  • Max Lahiff
  • Chris Hala'ufia
  • Tom Guest
  • Ofisa Treviranus
  • Richard Palfram
  • George Skivington
  • Matt Garvey
  • Kieran Low
  • David Paice
  • Scott Lawson

Utility :

  • Penalty

Joe Ansbro NEWS

15th May 2013

Neck injury forces Scotland centre Joe Ansbro to hang up his boots

Former Scotland centre Joe Ansbro has been forced to retire having failed to overcome a neck injury.

18th August 2011

De Luca 'desperate' for spot

Edinburgh centre Nick De Luca does not want to be a 'super-sub' and intends to earn his place in Scotland's World Cup squad.

8th August 2011

Ansbro targets World Cup spot

Match-winner Joe Ansbro is refusing to take his place in Scotland's Rugby World Cup squad for granted.

8th February 2011

Duo impress Townsend

Gregor Townsend believes the performances of Joe Ansbro and Richie Gray against France can give Scotland hope for the future.

3rd February 2011

Exiles swoop for Ansbro

Scotland centre Joe Ansbro has agreed a three-year deal to move to London Irish at the end of the season.

19th November 2010

'Proudest moment' for Ansbro

Joe Ansbro says that making his Scotland debut against South Africa on Saturday will be the proudest moment of his rugby career.