Andrie Steyn is the youngest member of the Momentum Proteas and made her debut in September 2014 against Ireland in Solihull, England where the team beat Ireland 3-0 in their T20 series.
The specialist right-hand bat has represented the South Africa under-19 squad since the age of 15.
Her first appearance for the senior national squad was in the 2014 ICC Women’s World T20 in Bangladesh, where she played in the warm-up matches against the West Indies and the host country.
She is a regular player for the Northerns women’s provincial team and balances cricket and first team commitments for her school, Cornwall Hill College.
Dale Steyn is her favourite cricketer and in her spare time she enjoys the great outdoors and is a grade three drummer.
The ICC has confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 has approved Odine Kirsten as the replacement for Andrie Steyn in the South Africa squad for the tournament
Andrie Steyn scored a 123-ball 117 runs to set up a whopping, 120-run victory for the Momentum Proteas in their Round Seven, Cricket South Africa (CSA) Women’s Quadrangular series clash against Ireland in Potchefstroom on Friday
The Momentum Proteas women held their nerve to secure a 17-run victory over Bangladesh in their second One-Day International at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox’s Bazar on Saturday
Half-centuries by the top three batters, led by Lizelle Lee set up victory by 86 runs for the Momentum Proteas in their first of five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against Bangladesh at the Sheik Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox's Bazar on Thursday.