Beverly Botha is a former Southern Transvaal and South Africa cricketer. She made three Test appearances for South Africa in 1972, scoring 139 runs.
Sheila Nefdt or Sheelagh Nefdt is a former South Africa Test cricketer. She captained South Africa in all four matches of their debut series in Women's Test cricket against England in 1960–61. She played provincial cricket for Western Province, and in 1953–54, she made the first recorded hattrick in South African women's cricket at Cape Town, actually taking a double hattrick. Western Province went on to win the Simon Trophy that season, as they had in the two previous to it.
Jean Fay Field (née McNaughton, born 10 April 1936, Johannesburg, South Africa) is a former Southern Transvaal and South Africa Test cricketer. A right-arm medium-fast bowler and tail-end right-handed batsman, McNaughton made three Test appearances for her country. She was the first South African woman to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match.
Joy Irwin is a former Natal and South Africa cricketer. She played in South Africa's first three Test matches, scoring 40 runs in her six innings.
Pamela Hollett is a former Southern Transvaal and South Africa cricketer. She played in South Africa's first four Test matches, all of which took place in South Africa against the touring England women, scoring 71 runs in her seven innings.
Dulcie Wood is a former South Africa and Southern Transvaal Test cricketer. She made appearances against England during the 1960/61 tour for both South African XI and Southern Transvaal before replacing Patricia Klesser as wicket-keeper for the fourth Test against England. After picking up ducks in both the tour matches, she batted at number ten in the Test match. She scored three runs before South Africa declared; the match ended a draw.
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