Lizelle Lee


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In May 2018, Lee became the third South African woman to score 2,000 runs in WODIs.


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South Africa

South Africa


Ace South African batswoman Lizelle Lee had shown early signs of her big hitting ability early on in her domestic career, once smashing an unbeaten 169 off 84 balls in a provincial T20 game.

She was only 21 when she made her international debut in a T20I against Bangladesh in September 2013, followed by her ODI debut in the same series.

Picked for the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20, Lee started excellently, posting 67 not out against Pakistan, soon followed by 43 against Ireland.

Lee's 104 off just 58 balls in the finals of the 2018 Kia Super League is also a memorable highlight of her career - a knock which sealed the title for Surrey Stars.

Lee lights up Ballarat with lusty knock

Lizelle Lee laid the foundation for the Stars' successful chase in the Melbourne Derby, hitting 62 from 46 balls

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'That's a clear no ball': Stars stunned by bizarre dismissal

Melbourne Stars batter Lizelle Lee - and her Perth Scorchers opponents - were shocked when this ball from Samantha Betts was not called a no-ball and Lee was given out caught


Lee smacks speedy half-century

Lizelle Lee turned it on for the Stars at Karen Rolton Oval, striking 52 from 41 deliveries

Protea swaps Stars for Renegades for WBBL|06

Renegades recruit South African opener and lock in World Cup winner Sophie Molineux for two more years

Quiet Lee lets her bat do the talking

Fresh off her second WBBL century, Lizelle Lee is part of the exciting cohort of South Africans bringing their bold brand of cricket Down Under

Stars, 'Gades unveil big-name signings

Both Melbourne clubs confirm international signings on a busy day of WBBL|03 contract news