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August 6, 2013
The Irish Police is searching for a Zimbabwe cricketer, Sharyce Saili, who went missing after the ICC Women's World Twenty20 qualifiers, which concluded in Dublin last week.
Saili, who has played 26 matches for Zimbabwe since 2008, was last seen in the team's hotel shortly after their Shield final against Thailand on July 31. Saili, a right-arm fast bowler, was booked to fly home last Friday morning, but was reported missing.
The Garda Siochana - the Irish Police force - says it has found no trace of the cricketer.
Zimbabwe finished sixth of the eight teams in the qualifiers after losing to Thailand. It was soon after that game that Saili was last seen in Croke Park Hotel, where all the teams and officials were staying.
Saili, who is a salesperson in her hometown Harare, finished second on the wicket-takers list, taking seven wickets in five matches, including a career-best 3 for 15 against Japan.
Saili has not updated her Facebook page since her disappearance. On the day she was last seen, she posted the following message: 'A strong woman is one who is able to smile this morning like she wasn't crying last night.'
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