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Nondumiso Shangase

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Nondumiso Shangase
Rayuwa
Haihuwa 5 ga Afirilu, 1996 (28 shekaru)
Sana'a
Sana'a cricketer (en) Fassara

Nondumiso Precious Shangase (an haife shi a ranar 5 ga Afrilu 1996) ɗan wasan ƙwallon ƙafa ne na Afirka ta hutu wanda ke taka leda a matsayin mai kunnawa na hannun dama.[1][2] A watan Afrilu na shekara ta 2019, an ambaci sunanta a cikin tawagar Afirka ta Kudu don jerin da suka yi da Pakistan.[3][4] Ta yi ta farko a gasar Twenty20 International (WT20I) ta Afirka ta Kudu a kan Pakistan a ranar 19 ga Mayu 2019. [5]

A watan Satumbar 2019, an sanya mata suna a cikin tawagar Terblanche XI don fitowar farko ta T20 Super League na mata a Afirka ta Kudu.[6][7] A cikin wannan watan, an sanya mata suna a cikin tawagar mata ta Afirka ta Kudu ta One Day International (WODI) don jerin su da Indiya.[8] Ta yi ta farko a WODI ga Afirka ta Kudu, a kan Indiya, a ranar 9 ga Oktoba 2019. [9] A watan Janairun 2020, an sanya mata suna a cikin tawagar Afirka ta Kudu don gasar cin kofin duniya ta mata ta T20 ta ICC ta 2020 a Ostiraliya.[10] A ranar 23 ga watan Yulin 2020, an sanya sunan Shangase a cikin tawagar mata 24 ta Afirka ta Kudu don fara horo a Pretoria, kafin yawon shakatawa zuwa Ingila.[11]

A watan Afrilu na shekara ta 2021, ta kasance daga cikin tawagar mata masu tasowa ta Afirka ta Kudu da ta zagaya Bangladesh.[12][13]

Bayanan da aka ambata[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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