Andrew Mitchell

[hurler] Andrew Mitchell (born 1980 in Clonkill, County Westmeath, Ireland) is an Irish sportsperson. He plays hurling with his local club Clonkill and has been a member of the Westmeath senior inter-county team since 2000. ==Teams== ...
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Andrew Mitchell

[American football] Andrew Mitchell (born June 12, 1985 in Choctaw, Oklahoma) is an American football offensive tackle who is currently a free agent. He played college at Oklahoma State University. He was signed by the Cincinnati Bengals on April 30, 2010 He has also been a member of the Seattle Seahawks and Jacksonville Jaguars. Mitchell i...
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Andrew Mitchell

[diplomat] Sir Andrew Mitchell (1708–1771) was a British diplomat noted for his service as envoy to the court of Frederick the Great during the Seven Years` War. ==Early Career and Interests== Mitchell was the son of a minister who opted for a career in the law. His profession and intellectual interests took him frequently abroad, and in ...
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Andrew Mitchell

[footballer, born 1879] Andrew Mitchell (1879—after 1899) was a Scottish footballer. An outside left, he first played for Albion Rovers before transferring to Woolwich Arsenal in 1898. He made his debut against Luton Town on 3 September 1898 and scored the winning goal in a 1-0 win. He played ten league games in 1898–99, but soon fell o...
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Andrew Mitchell

[full back] Andrew Mitchell (before 1875—after 1894) was a Scottish footballer who played at full back. He played for Airdrieonians, Newton Heath and Burton Swifts in the late 19th century. ...
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Andrew Mitchell

[Royal Navy officer] ==Career== Mitchell entered service in 1771 as a midshipman on HMS Deal Castle. He was promoted to lieutenant in 1776, while serving in the West Indies and again promoted to Post-captain, skipping the rank of commander, after distinguishing himself in action in 1778. He distinguished himself again while serving with the...
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Andrew Mitchell

[disambiguation] Andrew Mitchell is a British Conservative politician. Andrew Mitchell may also refer to: ==Noblemen and public officials== ==Sportspeople== ==Other== ...
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Andrew Mitchell

[footballer, born 1992] Andrew Mitchell (born 6 April 1992) is a Northern Irish professional association footballer who plays for Southport. He started his playing career at Greenisland F.C at the age of 8. He then joined Manchester City featuring in the academy u16 and 18 age groups and the reserve team. At the age of 18 he then moved to R...
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