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Resting and recuperating: ODI ace Lizelle Lee and Proteas set sights on World Cup

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Lizelle Lee. (Photo by Darren Stewart/Gallo Images)
Lizelle Lee. (Photo by Darren Stewart/Gallo Images)

When one keeps tabs on the consistent excellence produced by the Proteas women's team and Banyana Banyana, it should come as no surprise that their star players are winning big awards.

One is Lizelle Lee, whose absence will be sorely missed in the four ODIs against the West Indies, which starts at the Wanderers on Friday.

A batter of her quality would have enjoyed the pace and bounce that's generally on offer at the Illovo-based ground.

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