Susan Benade is a member of South Africa Women team. She bats right handedly and bowls right arm medium fast.
Benade played her first ODI on 30th March 2005 at Pretoria (Harlequins) and the opponent team was England Women. She was allocated the No. 2 batting spot where she faced 22 deliveries and scored 4 runs. While fielding, she took 1 catch. This match was won by England Women by 8 wickets with 61 deliveries to spare. On 12th March 2009, Benade contested against New Zealand Women at Bowral (Bradman Oval). She bowled 6 overs, none of which were maiden, conceded 37 runs and failed to take any wicket. The No. 6 batting slot was offered to her but she was out for no score after facing 7 deliveries. New Zealand Women won this match by 199 runs.
Susan Benade participated in 19 ODIs in which she batted in 19 innings. She accrued 291 runs while remaining not out twice. Her highest score was 58, batting average was 17.11 and batting strike rate was 64.38. She clobbered 2 sixers, 33 boundaries and 1 half century and took 7 catches. In the 472 deliveries that she bowled, she made 10 dismissals while conceding 308 runs. Her batting strike rate was 47.2 and batting average was 30.80.