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Laura Wolvaardt

Team flagSA25 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
#3 Batter in ODI
#4 Batter in T20I
Career & Stats

Laura Wolvaardt Recent Form


SAW vs SLW, ODI184 (147) *
SAW vs SLW, ODI110 (141) *
SAW vs SLW, ODI41 (57)
SAW vs SLW, T20I56 (47)
SAW vs SLW, T20I102 (63)
GGW vs DCW, 7 (11)
GGW vs UPW, 43 (30)
GGW vs MIW, 13 (14)
GGW vs RCBW, 76 (45)
GGW vs DCW, 0 (3)

Laura Wolvaardt Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
SA Women vs ENG Women at Benoni - February 07, 2016
T20I Debut
Ire Women vs SA Women at Dublin - August 01, 2016
Test Debut
England Women v South Africa Women The Cooper Associates County Ground Taunton, 27-6-2022
100B Debut
Northern Superchargers Women v Welsh Fire Women Headingley, Leeds, 24-7-2021

Teams played for

South Africa Women Brisbane Heat Women

About Laura Wolvaardt

NameLaura Wolvaardt
Birth26 Apr 1999
Birth PlaceMilnerton, Western Cape, South Africa
NationalitySouth African

Wolvaardt is a right-handed batswoman who plays for South Africa women’s cricket team and for the Western Province in domestic competitions.... continue reading

Player Bio

Wolvaardt is a right-handed batswoman who plays for South Africa women’s cricket team and for the Western Province in domestic competitions.

Wollvaardt has been a regular feature for the Western Province U-19 team, and it was in the summer of 2013 that she impressed the selectors with her batting and as a result was invited to play for a South Africa Women’s U-19 invitational team. 

She was later named the Cricket South Africa U-19 player of the year, and three years later she made her international debut in an ODI match against England in the opening game of the series.

In her very second game, the Western Cape-based cricketer scored her maiden half-century and shared a 114-run partnership alongside Trisha Chetty.

In the same year, she became the youngest centurion, male or female, for South Africa in international cricket. She slammed a terrific 105 against Ireland and as a result, the Proteas won the game by 67 runs.

The following year, the talented batswoman was named the ‘Women’s Newcomer of the Year’ at Cricket South Africa’s annual award ceremony. 

The Milnerton-born was roped in by Brisbane Heat for the 2017/18 WBBL season, and three years later she went on to represent the Adelaide Strikers in the 2020 Women’s Big Bash League season.

The South African batsman was fast-tracked from a very young age by the selectors. She was nothing short of a teenage prodigy and despite being young, she has shown maturity and temperament that is required to survive at the international level. 

(As of Mar 2021)