|Position||Centre, Wing, Lock, Fullback, Five Eighth|
|DOB||17th May 1962|
|Debut||1981: Round 16 vs Eastern Suburbs|
|Other Clubs||Western Suburbs, Illawarra|
Andrew Farrar joined Canterbury in 1980 as a centre.
Andrew was a regular member of the Under 23s and after being promoted the reserve grade in 1981, received the opportunity to play first grade against Easts (Roosters) as a replacement.
In 1982, Andrew started the season in reserve grade and by the end of the season had become a regular member of the first grade team.
In 1983, Andrew played in the Preliminary Final against Parramatta and in 1984, played for NSW before playing in the Premiership winning team against Parramatta. He played seven games for NSW between 1984 and 1990 and played for Australia in the World Cup final in 1988.
In 1985, Andrew played in the Premiership winning team against St George. Andrew's field goal was the deciding point in the game.
In 1986, Andrew played in the Grand Final against Parramatta, playing on the wing.
In 1987, Andrew continued to play a key role before playing in the 1988 Premiership winning team as a centre against Balmain.
In 1989 and 1990, Andrew provided good service to the club but in 1991, Andrew joined Western Suburbs to play 43 games from 1991 to 1992.
After playing a season with Wigan, Andrew returned to play 22 games for Illawarra in 1994.
In 1997, Andrew became coach of Illawarra for two seasons before the amalgamation with St George.
In 2000, Andrew became coach of St George Illawarra from 2000 to 2003.
In 2004, Andrew was nominated for the Berries to Bulldogs 70 Year Team of Champions and served on the Football Club board.