Lloyd Burnard | Fight, hunger, passion: Proteas women are SA cricket's finest ambassadors

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Lloyd Burnard
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There is still a long way to go in the competition, and things can change in an instant, but the efforts of the Proteas women at the Cricket World Cup in New Zealand should be applauded, writes Lloyd Burnard.

Played four, won four: Bangladesh, Pakistan, England, and New Zealand have all fallen to Sune Luus and her green and yellow army. 

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