Claire Terblanche

Team South Africa national women's cricket team South Africa national women's cricket team
Born Oct 20, 1984
Nationality South Africa South Africa
Team History
South Africa national women's cricket team South Africa national women's 2003 - present

Claire Terblanche is a representative of South Africa Women team. She bats right handedly and bowls right arm offbreak.

Claire Terblanche played her first ODI on 13th August 2003 at Chelmsford (County Ground) and the opponent team was England Women. She claimed 1 wicket while giving away 36 runs in the 4 overs that she bowled. The last batting position was allocated to her, but she was absent hurt. This match was won by England Women by 175 runs. Terblanche also participated in an ODI against Australia Women at Newcastle (No. 1 Sports Ground) on 10th March 2009. She was promoted to the No. 1 batting position in this match. In the 10 deliveries that she faced, 2 runs were scored by her. Australia Women won this match by 61 runs.

Career Highlights

Claire Terblanche appeared in 21 ODIs and amassed 289 runs in these. Her highest score was 61, batting average was 22.23 and batting strike rate was 51.51. She struck 15 fours and 1 half century and took 8 catches. In the 180 deliveries that she bowled, 119 runs were scored by the batsmen and only 3 dismissals took place. Her bowling average was 39.66, economy rate was 3.96 and bowling strike rate was 60.

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