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March 31, 2005
Tamara Reeves, the South African wicketkeeper, fractured her finger while keeping wickets against West Indies on Thursday. Her injury has opened the doors for the debutant, Susan Benade, a right-handed batsman and also a medium-pacer. Benade made her debut against England and managed to score just 4 runs.
South Africa have had a horrible run in the tournament. They have lost three of the five matches in the tournament with one no result, and carry eight points so far. South Africa face Sri Lanka tomorrow.
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