Cri-zelda Brits

Born Nov 20, 1983
Nationality South Africa South Africa
Team History
Gauteng women 2009 - present
South Africa National Cricket Team South Africa 2002 - 2013
North West women 2007
Kent Women Cricket team Kent Women 2004
Northerns women 2002
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Cri-zelda Brits is a right handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler who has played for teams like Africa Women XI and South Africa Women.

Brits debuted in ODIs on 7th March 2002 at Johannesburg (Lenasia Stadium) during a match between South Africa Women and India Women. In this match, she was allocated the No. 9 batting spot, but she did not get an opportunity to bat. She bowled 2 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, conceded 2 runs and could not take any wicket. Due to rain, this match was abandoned and there was no result. During the World Cup 2009, Brits played against Sri Lanka Women at Sydney (North Sydney Oval No. 2) on 14th March 2009. In the Sri Lanka Women innings, Brits took 1 catch. She was the No. 3 batsman and she faced 76 deliveries to scored 31 runs with the inclusion of 4 fours. South Africa Women won this match by 9 wickets with 129 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Cri-zelda Brits has participated in 42 ODIs and in these has accrued 947 runs with 107 not out as her highest score. Her batting strike rate was 60.31 and batting average was 29.59. She smashed 77 boundaries, 6 half centuries and 1 century and took 11 catches. In the 811 deliveries that she bowled, 576 runs were scored and 22 dismissals were made.

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