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Women's cricket

Cri-zelda Brits returns for South Africa

Cri-zelda Brits, the former South Africa women's captain, will return to the international stage for the tour to West Indies later this month

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South Africa Women news

Thomson, Hodgkinson back in SA squad

Kirstie Thomson and Alison Hodgkinson have been named in the South Africa Women's squad for the series against England in October

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ICC Women's Cricket Challenge round-up, 3rd day

West Indies make it three in three

A round-up of the action from the third day of the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge where West Indies, South Africa and Pakistan all recorded victories

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ICC Women's Cricket Challenge round-up

Taylor ton leads West Indies win

A round-up of the action from the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge where West Indies, South Africa and Pakistan all recorded victories

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ICC Women's World Twenty20 2009

New Zealand, India cement semi-final spot

New Zealand and India notched up wins to go through to the knockout stage of the ICC Women's World Twenty20

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South Africa v Sri Lanka, 7th place playoff, women's World Cup

South Africa crush Sri Lanka to take seventh spot

South Africa crushed Sri Lanka by nine wickets to take seventh place in a battle between the two winless teams in the tournament

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South Africa women

Fight to avoid the bottom

Cricinfo previews South Africa's prospects for the women's World Cup 2009

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Women's World Cup 2009

Coach feels SA will be 'surprise package' in World Cup

Noor Rhode, the South Africa women's coach, has plumped his team as the 'surprise package' of the World Cup since most of the top sides are not familiar with his bunch of players

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South Africa squad for World Cup 2009

Loubser replaces Brits as captain

Sunette Loubser has replaced Cri-Zelda Brits as South Africa women's captain for the World Cup. Denise Reid, the convenor of selectors, said Loubser was handed the reins to in order to give Brits a chance to "concentrate entirely on her own performance"