Lee made her debut in 2013 in Bangladesh, quickly cementing her place as an opener for the side with her heavy hitting batting style.
She first played cricket at the age of seven with her father and brother.
In the 2014 ICC Women’s World T20, she and Dané van Niekerk made a record-breaking opening partnership of 164 runs myself and Dane Van Niekerk has a record breaking opening partnership of 164 runs.
Her favourite shot is the cover drive.
Lee is a third year student at the University of the North West, majoring in Education.
Outside of cricket, she enjoys spending time with animals and volunteers at animal shelters.
Smriti Mandhana smashed a thrilling 135 runs from 129 deliveries, while Poonam Yadav took a remarkable 4/24 to help India claim an emphatic, 178-run triumph over the Momentum Proteas in the second Women’s One-Day International at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley on Wednesday
A half-century and four wickets by captain, Dané van Niekerk and a 65-ball 92 by Lizelle Lee laid the foundation for a resounding, 115-run victory for the Momentum Proteas over India, breaking their unbeaten streak when the sides met for the 18th match in the ICC Women’s World Cup in Leicester on Sunday
Tammy Beaumont and Sarah Taylor shared England’s highest-run partnership in a One-Day International (ODI) when they put together 275 for the second wicket against the Momentum Proteas at the County Ground in Bristol on Wednesday
Lizelle Lee hit 84 runs and took four wickets, leading North West to a close, 16-run victory over Gauteng in the final of the Cricket South Africa (CSA) National Women’s Week in Bloemfontein on Monday.