Full name Barbara Lynette Bevege
Born November 25, 1942
Died April 29, 1999 (aged 56 years 155 days)
Major teams New Zealand Women, Wellington Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|Test debut||New Zealand Women v Australia Women at Wellington, Mar 21-24, 1975 scorecard|
|Last Test||Australia Women v New Zealand Women at Melbourne, Jan 26-29, 1979 scorecard|
|ODI debut||New Zealand Women v Trinidad & Tobago Women at St Albans, Jun 23, 1973 scorecard|
|Last ODI||New Zealand Women v Australia Women at Rangiora, Feb 6, 1982 scorecard|
BEVEGE, BARBARA, who died after a long illness on April 29, 1999, aged 56, was the first woman to score both a Test century and a one-day international century for New Zealand. She played only five Tests, but made 100 not out against India in Dunedin in 1976-77; the one-day century came against the International XI in the 1982 World Cup, when she put on 180 with Lesley Murdoch.
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