Andrew Patmore joined Canterbury in 1987 as a centre.
In 1988, Andrew was a regular member of the Under 21 team and in 1989, Andrew moved to lock where his season was interrupted by injury.
In 1990, Andrew started the season late in reserve grade and received the opportunity to play first grade against St George when Andrew Farrar was injured.
In 1991, Andrew became a regular member of the first grade side but was relegated near the end of the season for Jarrod McCracken.
In 1992, Andrew started the season in reserve grade and was promoted to first grade for Jason McGrady to become a regular member of the team for the rest of the season.
In 1993, Andrew was a regular member of the reserve grade team but was used often as a first grade replacement. He played in the reserve grade Preliminary Final against Newcastle.
In 1994, Andrew joined Parramatta to play two first grade games that season.
In 1995, Andrew joined South Sydney to play two first grade games that season.
In 2003, Andrew returned to the club to coach the Under 19 team to win the Premiership. His teams made the finals in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
Andrew is the Premier League coach for 2007.