Keith Andrews
Full names: Keith Steven
Date of birth: 3 May 1962
Place of birth: Molteno
School: Selborne College
Springbok no: 574
Debut test province: Western Province
Physical: 1.8m, 101.6kg
Current age: 62

Test summary: Tests: 9 Tries: 0
First Test: 14 Nov 1992 Age:30 Tight-head Prop against England at Twickenham, London
Last Test: 6 Aug 1994 Age:32 Tight-head Prop against New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland
Test history:
14 Nov 199230Tight-head PropEnglandLose: 16-33 Twickenham, LondonWP
26 Jun 199331Tight-head PropFranceDraw: 20-20 Kingspark, DurbanWP
03 Jul 199331Tight-head PropFranceLose: 17-18 Ellispark, JohannesburgWP
31 Jul 199331ReserveAustraliaWin: 19-12 Sydney Football Stadium (Aussie stadium), SydneyWP
14 Aug 199331Tight-head PropAustraliaLose: 20-28 Ballymore, BrisbaneWP
21 Aug 199331Tight-head PropAustraliaLose: 12-19 Sydney Football Stadium (Aussie stadium), SydneyWP
06 Nov 199331ReserveArgentinaWin: 29-26 Ferrocarril-Oeste Stadium, Buenos AiresWP
13 Nov 199331Tight-head PropArgentinaWin: 52-23 Ferrocarril-Oeste Stadium, Buenos AiresWP
06 Aug 199432Tight-head PropNew ZealandDraw: 18-18 Eden Park, AucklandWP

Keith Andrews : Hamilton SP RFC History

Full name: Keith Steven Andrews

Born: Molteno, 3 May 1962

Clubs: UCT, Villagers, Stade Aurillacois, Defence, Hamiltons

Province: Western Province

International career: 1992-94: 9 tests

Born in the foothills of the Drakensberg, Keith Andrews, like his cousin Mark, was educated at Selborne College in East London. He was essentially a Varsity (UCT) player, ending his career with them in 1998. In between he played for other clubs as well. His sojourn at Hamiltons was short. He was a flank at school, but switched to prop under Basil Bey at Varsity.