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Andrews was a part of the legendary Bohemians amateur team of the late 1920s and early 30s. He won full international caps for Irish Free State making his debut against the Netherlands alongside fellow Bohemian players Fred Horlacher, Bill McGuire and Plev Ellis 
Andrews was educated at Synge Street C.B.S. where he played Gaelic games and was a tremendous athlete, winning five All-Ireland schools championship titles in athletics.. He made the Dublin junior gaelic football team in the late 1920s but had to give up the sport because of the ban on "foreign games". Paddy so began a wonderful career in football by signing for Drumcondra.
He spent 2 years at Drums before signing for UCD where he also studied. During his time at the college, Paddy showed his all-round sporting ability by winning titles in discus and shot put and playing both cricket and tennis.
Andrews signed for Bohs after UCD where he went on to win every major title except a Leinster Senior Cup winners medal. in 1936, Paddy became the 40th man to be appointed Bohemian F.C. captain, an honour he truly deserved. He remained close to the club throughout his life as a full member of the club.
Paddy died in 1981.
- League of Ireland: 2
- Bohemians - 1933/34, 1935/36
- League of Ireland Shield: 1
- Bohemians - 1934