Andy Bulumakau, can play at centre or on the wing, and is a Scottish professional rugby player having moved to Scotland from Fiji with his parents and brother Junior.
Andrew previously played for Gloucester Rugby on a dual-registration contract and featured for Cinderford RFC, he made his name for the Cherry and White’s in sevens tournaments after winning the JP Morgan 7s title in 2013.
The 25-year-old was later released by the Premiership club and made his move to Doncaster Knights in 2014 where the 25-year-old marked his debut with a hat-trick in a pre-season victory over Swansea RFC.
Andrew claimed the Knights’ Try of the Season award consecutively in 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons.
15 Questions with Andy Bulumakau
Place of birth: Fiji
Where did You start play rugby: Fiji
Career highlight to date: Championship final against Bristol 2015/16 season
Why did you join Coventry: A lot of ambitions and help them back to the top where they belong
What are you most looking forward to at Coventry: Meeting everyone at Coventry and playing alongside with some world class players
Tell me something interesting about yourself: I was raised up in Scotland pretty much my whole life
If you weren’t playing rugby, what would you be doing: Getting a real job
Do you follow any other sports: Football (Manchester United fan)
Favourite music artist/band: Not really that picky as long there’s music playing I’m happy
Favourite all time player: Bryan Habana
Favourite movie: The Equalizer and waiting for part 2 to come out
Jonny Wilkinson or Dan Carter and why: Dan Carter because he has won more and he’s the all-time point scorer