Steven Kitshoff (born rugby union rugby player. His playing position is loosehead prop. He represents the South Africa national team and the Stormers in Super Rugby, having previously played for Bordeaux in the French Top 14 and Western Province in the Currie Cup.10 February 1992) is a South African
|Date of birth||10 February 1992|
|Place of birth||Somerset West, South Africa|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||120 kg (18 st 13 lb; 265 lb)|
|School||Paul Roos Gymnasium|
|Rugby union career|
Western Province and StormersEdit
Kitshoff first broke through during the 2011 season, making 5 substitute appearances for the Stormers and then 5 Currie Cup appearances for Western Province while still only a teenager. He became more of a regular during 2012, nailing down the number 1 jersey for both the Stormers and Western Province and also winning the Currie Cup title with Province in an impressive win over the Sharks in Durban. His 2013 Super Rugby campaign was solid and he carried that form into the Currie Cup later in the year where he was an ever-present as Province reached a second consecutive Currie Cup final this time going down at home to the Sharks. 2014 was a year of frustration as he succumbed to a season-ending injury towards the back-end of the Super Rugby season and this ruled him out of Western Province's successful Currie Cup campaign in which they lifted the title for the second time in three years with a narrow win over the Golden Lions at Newlands.
Test Match RecordEdit
- As of 3 November 2019
Pld = Games Played, W = Games Won, D = Games Drawn, L = Games Lost, Tri = Tries Scored, Pts = Points Scored
Super Rugby statisticsEdit
- As of 21 June 2015
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- "Steven Kitshoff ook op pad na Frankryk" (in Afrikaans). Netwerk24. 9 February 2015. Retrieved 8 February 2015.
- "Squad of 31 ushers in new era of Springbok rugby". South African Rugby Union. 28 May 2016. Archived from the original on 31 May 2016. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
- "South Africa World Cup squad: Siya Kolisi wins fitness battle, Eben Etzebeth backed, Aphiwe Dyantyi dropped". Independent. 26 August 2019. Retrieved 3 November 2019.
- "England 12-32 South Africa: Springboks win World Cup for record-equalling third time". BBC. 2 November 2019. Retrieved 3 November 2019.