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)
South Africa Womens Sevens HSBC Cape Town Sevens (Women) 2019
Matches: 4
Points: 0 (0t, 0c, 0p, 0dg)

Latest News

Team announcement

Blitzboks change three as Kok hits 50

Werner Kok will play in his 50th HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series tournament for the Springbok Sevens team next weekend in Los Angeles, where Ryan Oosthuizen, Kurt-Lee Arendse and Mfundo Ndhlovu will return to action in the green and gold.

News

In-form Botha eyes Springbok recall

After hitting hot form in the Guinness PRO14 this season, former Springbok flanker Arno Botha has set his sights on a possible recall to the national team ahead the July tests.

Inspiration

#Tackling Cancer: The Weekly Tackle Impact – Round 3

Every week, every player in a South African Vodacom Super Rugby team puts all his effort into defending his tryline on the field. And that’s because in a season of heroes, he’s tackling for more than just points on a scoreboard.

News

SA Rugby, FlySafair renew sponsorship for another four years

FlySafair will continue to provide the Springboks and SA Rugby with safe and comfortable flights in and around South Africa after it was announced on Tuesday that their sponsorship as domestic airline partner has been renewed for another four years.