- South Africa national women's cricket team 2003 - present
Shandre Fritz is a member of South Africa Women team. She bats right handedly and bowls right arm medium.
Shandre Fritz played her first ODI against England Women at Chelmsford (County Ground) on 13th August 2003. In this match, Fritz bowled excellently and claimed 4 wickets for 36 runs in the 7 overs that she bowled. She was sent to bat at the No. 6 batting slot where she faced 37 deliveries and scored 16 runs. England Women won this match by 175 runs. On 14th March 2009, Fritz played an ODI at Sydney (North Sydney Oval No 2) and the opponent was Sri Lanka Women. However, she did not get any opportunity to bowl or bat in this encounter. South Africa Women won this match by 9 wickets with 129 deliveries remaining.
Shandre Fritz has appeared in 27 ODIs and has scored 296 runs in these at a batting strike rate of 51.74 and batting average of 15.57. Her highest score was 48 and she has struck 20 boundaries. As a fielder, she has taken 8 catches. 17 dismissals were made by her in the 675 balls bowled while conceding 476 runs. Her bowling average was 28 while bowling strike rate was 39.7.
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