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    Lizelle Lee

    • Role: Batter
    • Batting: Right Hand Batter
    • Bowling: Right arm,medium fast
    • Date of Birth: April 02, 1992
    • Place of Birth: South Africa




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.


Format M IN NO R HS AVG SR 100S 50S CT ST
Tests 1 2 0 6 4 3.00 22.22 0 0 0 0
ODIs 42 41 1 1240 102 31.00 81.79 1 9 23 4
T20Is 37 37 6 729 69* 23.51 94.18 0 4 8 0
Format Mat Balls runs wkts bbm avg econ sr 4w 5w
Tests 1 0 0 0 - - - - 0 0
ODIs 42 72 71 1 1/21 71.00 5.91 72.0 0 0
T20Is 37 30 30 0 - - 6.00 - 0 0

Proteas women make it two out of two

The Momentum Proteas women held their nerve to secure a 17-run victory over Bangladesh in their second One-Day International at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox’s Bazar on Saturday

Batters spearhead opening win for Proteas women

Half-centuries by the top three batters, led by Lizelle Lee set up victory by 86 runs for the Momentum Proteas in their first of five One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against Bangladesh at the Sheik Kamal International Cricket Stadium in Cox's Bazar on Thursday.

Southern Stars clinch women’s ODI series in spite of Lee maiden ODI ton

Australia women claimed an unassailable 3-0 lead in the Women’s One-Day International (ODI) series after beating the Momentum Proteas by a convincing nine wickets in a rain affected, third of the five-match series in Sydney

England women clinch T20 series

England’s Sarah Taylor once again played a starring role in her side’s four-wicket victory over the Momentum Proteas to clinch the three-match women’s T20 series 2-1 at the Bidvest Wanderers on Sunday.

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