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80

Core Stats for the RPI Score

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  • 80 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 84 Goal Success

    Goal Success

    Measures successful conversions and penalty kicks
  • 86 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 92 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick

Fly Half Rankings

World

#20 / 180 -2

TOP 14

#7 / 43 -1

Position

Fly Half

Height

1.91m

Weight

106kg

DOB

14 May 1987

Bio

Francois Steyn, a versatile back, is famed for his kicking ability, particularly the distance he can achieve, whether aiming at the posts or for touch. The Racing Metro and former Natal Sharks man made his international debut on the wing in 2006, in a losing cause at Lansdowne Road as the Springboks went down 32-15 to Ireland in an Autumn Test. Since, Steyn has gone on to taste World Cup glory in 2007, kicking three points in his side's 15-6 victory over England in the Paris final. His appearance in the Webb Ellis final made him the youngest player ever to life a World Cup.

Form

12 Months

Core Stats for the RPI Score

Hover for definitions

  • 80 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 84 Goal Success

    Goal Success

    Measures successful conversions and penalty kicks
  • 86 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 92 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick

Position

Fly Half

Height

1.91m

Weight

106kg

DOB

14 May 1987

Bio

Francois Steyn, a versatile back, is famed for his kicking ability, particularly the distance he can achieve, whether aiming at the posts or for touch. The Racing Metro and former Natal Sharks man made his international debut on the wing in 2006, in a losing cause at Lansdowne Road as the Springboks went down 32-15 to Ireland in an Autumn Test. Since, Steyn has gone on to taste World Cup glory in 2007, kicking three points in his side's 15-6 victory over England in the Paris final. His appearance in the Webb Ellis final made him the youngest player ever to life a World Cup.
 
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