Rugby union star with 200 Premiership appearances joins Worcester-based IFA

12-year rugby career

Hannah Godfrey
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Former Worcester Warriors scrum half Jonny Arr has joined wealth manager and IFA firm Financial Advice Centre.

Arr (pictured) started playing at Worcester RFC Mini Juniors aged 7. He then played for the team throughout his education and into his senior career. During his 12-year career with the Warriors he won international honours as part of the England Under-20 team that achieved the Grand Slam in the Six Nations of 2008. After 217 senior appearances with the club's senior team over 12 years, Arr finished his full-time rugby career with the Worcester Warriors in April 2019. He then moved to Birmingham Moseley RFC, where he will continue to play semi-professional rugby. Over the last 12 month...

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