Gürthro Steenkamp
Full names: Gurthro Garth
Date of birth: 12 Jun 1981
Place of birth: Paarl
School: Paarl Boys High
Springbok no: 764
Debut test province: Cheetahs
Physical: 1.89m, 120kg
Current age: 37

Test summary: Tests: 53 Tries: 6
First Test: 27 Nov 2004 Age:23 Loose-head Prop against Scotland at Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Last Test: 22 Nov 2014 Age:33 Reserve against Italy at Stadio Euganeo, Padua
Test history:
DateAgePositionOpponentResultScoreVenueProv
27 Nov 200423Loose-head PropScotlandWin: 45-10 Murrayfield, EdinburghCheetahs
04 Dec 200423Loose-head PropArgentinaWin: 39-7 Velez Sarsfield Stadium, Buenos AiresCheetahs
11 Jun 200523Loose-head PropUruguayWin: 134-31 tryBasil Kenyon Stadium, East LondonCheetahs
25 Jun 200524ReserveFranceWin: 27-13 Boet Erasmus, Port ElizabethCheetahs
23 Jul 200524Loose-head PropAustraliaWin: 33-20 Ellispark, JohannesburgCheetahs
30 Jul 200524Loose-head PropAustraliaWin: 22-16 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaCheetahs
06 Aug 200524ReserveNew ZealandWin: 22-16 Newlands, Cape TownCheetahs
20 Aug 200524ReserveAustraliaWin: 22-19 Subiaco Oval, PerthCheetahs
26 May 200725ReserveEnglandWin: 58-10 Free State Stadium, BloemfonteinBlue Bulls
02 Jun 200725Loose-head PropEnglandWin: 55-22 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaBlue Bulls
16 Jun 200726Loose-head PropAustraliaWin: 22-19 Newlands, Cape TownBlue Bulls
22 Sep 200726Loose-head PropTongaWin: 30-25 Stade Felix Bollaert, LensBlue Bulls
07 Oct 200726ReserveFijiWin: 37-20 Stade Velodrome, MarseillesBlue Bulls
07 Jun 200826Loose-head PropWalesWin: 43-17 Free State Stadium, BloemfonteinBlue Bulls
14 Jun 200827ReserveWalesWin: 37-21 Loftus Versfeld, PretoriaBlue Bulls
05 Jul 200827Loose-head PropNew ZealandLose: 8-19 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonBlue Bulls
12 Jul 200827Loose-head PropNew ZealandWin: 30-28 Carisbrook, DunedinBlue Bulls
19 Jul 200827Loose-head PropAustraliaLose: 9-16 Subiaco Oval, PerthBlue Bulls
08 Nov 200827ReserveWalesWin: 20-15 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffBlue Bulls
15 Nov 200827ReserveScotlandWin: 14-10 Murrayfield, EdinburghBlue Bulls
20 Jun 200928ReserveBritainWin: 26-21 Kingspark, DurbanBlue Bulls
04 Jul 200928ReserveBritainLose: 9-28 Ellispark, JohannesburgBlue Bulls
12 Jun 201028Loose-head PropFranceWin: 42-171 tryNewlands, Cape TownBlue Bulls
19 Jun 201029Loose-head PropItalyWin: 29-13 Puma Stadium, WitbankBlue Bulls
26 Jun 201029Loose-head PropItalyWin: 55-11 Basil Kenyon Stadium, East LondonBlue Bulls
10 Jul 201029Loose-head PropNew ZealandLose: 12-32 Eden Park, AucklandBlue Bulls
17 Jul 201029Loose-head PropNew ZealandLose: 17-31 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonBlue Bulls
24 Jul 201029Loose-head PropAustraliaLose: 13-301 trySuncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneBlue Bulls
21 Aug 201029Loose-head PropNew ZealandLose: 22-29 National Stadium, JohannesburgBlue Bulls
28 Aug 201029Loose-head PropAustraliaWin: 44-311 tryLoftus Versfeld, PretoriaBlue Bulls
04 Sep 201029Loose-head PropAustraliaLose: 39-411 tryFree State Stadium, BloemfonteinBlue Bulls
13 Aug 201130ReserveAustraliaLose: 9-14 Kingspark, DurbanBlue Bulls
20 Aug 201130Loose-head PropNew ZealandWin: 18-5 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port ElizabethBlue Bulls
11 Sep 201130ReserveWalesWin: 17-16 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonBlue Bulls
17 Sep 201130Loose-head PropFijiWin: 49-31 tryWestPac Stadium, WellingtonBlue Bulls
22 Sep 201130Loose-head PropNamibiaWin: 87-0 North Harbour Stadium, North Shore CityBlue Bulls
30 Sep 201130ReserveSamoaWin: 13-5 North Harbour Stadium, North Shore CityBlue Bulls
09 Oct 201130Loose-head PropAustraliaLose: 9-11 WestPac Stadium, WellingtonBlue Bulls
17 Nov 201231Loose-head PropScotlandWin: 21-10 Murrayfield, EdinburghToulouse
24 Nov 201231Loose-head PropEnglandWin: 16-15 Twickenham, LondonToulouse
17 Aug 201332ReserveArgentinaWin: 73-13 National Stadium, JohannesburgToulouse
24 Aug 201332ReserveArgentinaWin: 22-17 Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, MendozaToulouse
07 Sep 201332ReserveAustraliaWin: 38-12 Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park), BrisbaneToulouse
14 Sep 201332ReserveNew ZealandLose: 15-29 Eden Park, AucklandToulouse
28 Sep 201332ReserveAustraliaWin: 28-8 Newlands, Cape TownToulouse
05 Oct 201332ReserveNew ZealandLose: 27-38 Ellispark, JohannesburgToulouse
09 Nov 201332ReserveWalesWin: 24-15 Millenium Stadium (Cardiff Arms Park), CardiffToulouse
17 Nov 201332Loose-head PropScotlandWin: 28-0 Murrayfield, EdinburghToulouse
23 Nov 201332ReserveFranceWin: 19-10 Stade de France, ParisToulouse
14 Jun 201433Loose-head PropWalesWin: 38-16 Kingspark, DurbanToulouse
21 Jun 201433ReserveWalesWin: 31-30 Mbombela Stadium, NelspruitToulouse
23 Aug 201433Loose-head PropArgentinaWin: 33-31 Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, SaltaToulouse
22 Nov 201433ReserveItalyWin: 22-6 Stadio Euganeo, PaduaToulouse

Gürthro Steenkamp : Scrum.com

Gurthro Steenkamp is a South African prop and he represents the Bulls in Super 14 rugby.

He made his Test debut against Scotland at Murrayfield in 2004 and he played the game of his life in the following Tri-Nations. At Ellis Park Steenkamp was the man of the match against Australia in a 33-20 win.

Unfortunately Steenkamp broke his hand at the end of the Tri-Nations and he did not feature again for the Springboks for another two years. In 2007 he was selected in the World Cup squad and made two appearances as South Africa won the trophy.

He featured throughout the Tri-Nations and the autumn internationals the following year and went on to play against the British & Irish Lions in 2009.

He came on as a second-half replacement for Tendai Beast Mtawarira in the first match as the Springboks went 1-0 up in the series. Steenkamp did not play in the second Test victory, which clinched the series but he did play as a replacement in third Test defeat in Johannesburg.