Andy van der Watt
Full names: Andrew Edward
Date of birth: 10 Oct 1946
Place of birth: Krugersdorp
School: Maritzburg College
Springbok no: 432
Debut test province: Western Province
Current age: 76

Test summary: Tests: 3 Tries: 0
First Test: 6 Dec 1969 Age:23 Reserve against Scotland at Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Last Test: 10 Jan 1970 Age:23 Left Wing against Ireland at Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), Dublin
Test history:
06 Dec 196923ReserveScotlandLose: 3-6 Murrayfield, EdinburghWP
20 Dec 196923Left WingEnglandLose: 8-11 Twickenham, LondonWP
10 Jan 197023Left WingIrelandDraw: 8-8 Aviva Stadium (Lansdowne Road), DublinWP

Andy van der Watt - First Craven week player

Born in Krugersdorp Andy van der Watt went to Maritzburg College in the days of the great Skonk Nicholson, played for Natal Schools at the first Craven Week, and then, after the Air Force Gymnasium, to Stellenbosch University in the days of the great Danie Craven. Small wonder that when he was a schoolmaster at Hilton he coached the rugby with great zest. He was the Hilton coach when Gary Teichmann, Bob Skinstad and Wayne Fyvie were at the famous school.

Van der Watt played provincial rugby for Western Province, Border and Natal. He became a Springboks on the 1969-70 tour playing in 17 of the 24 matches, including the Tests against England and Ireland.