Christelene Steinhobel

Age

29

TOURNAMENTS

2

Points

0

Height

1.67m

Weight

66kg

Biography

Steinhobel missed the Commonwealth Games in 2018 due to an injury but recovered in time for the Rugby World Cup Sevens in the same year. The former Loughborough University (Leicestershire) student has performed consistently well for the team in the last number of seasons, with her strong running, upper-body strength and ability to link with her teammates across the field being among her main assets.

Date of Birth 20 September 1990

Player Stats

Tries

0

Conversions

0

Drop Goals

0

Penalties

0

Yellow Cards

00

RedCards

00

Career

Springbok Women Sevens Centrale Sevens Tournament 2019
Matches: 5
Points: 0 (0t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)
Springbok Women Sevens Nancy Sevens 2019
Matches: 6
Points: 0 (0t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)

Latest News

Match report

Toyota Cheetahs are building a winning culture

Toyota Cheetahs captain Ruan Pienaar praised his side after they broke their duck against Munster in the Guinness PRO14 over the weekend in Bloemfontein, while Isuzu Southern Kings’ coach Robbi Kempson lamented their poor start as they went down against Ulster in PE.

News

Springbok Women's Sevens champions of Africa

The Springbok Women's Sevens confirmed their status as the best team in Africa when they won the Rugby Africa Women's Sevens in Monastir, Tunisia on Sunday.

Interview

Growing Stronger, Together – De Allende

The Springboks are evolving as an attacking force believes centre Damian de Allende, who relished the chance to train in ‘Cape Town-style’ rain on Saturday.

Match report

Isuzu Southern Kings go down fighting against Ulster

The Isuzu Southern Kings fought hard but fell short 42-17 against Ulster in their Guinness PRO14 clash at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday, bringing their home spell in the opening rounds of the competition to a disappointing end.

Tournament news

Clean sheet for Imbokodo at Rugby Africa Women's Sevens

The Imbokodo laid down a marker for the Rugby Africa Women's Sevens crown on Saturday as they defeated Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia to finish top of pool B in Tunisia.