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Laura Wolvaardt returns to Adelaide Strikers for WBBL

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Before that tour she played the Hundred for Northern Supercharges making 181 runs at 36.20 and a strike-rate of 116.77.Wolvaardt is the first overseas player Strikers have confirmed for the upcoming season which is due to start on October 14"We are thrilled that Laura will be back in Adelaide this season, she is someone that adds immeasurable quality to our team both on and off the field," Strikers' general manager Kate Harkness said. "Laura is one of the most talented cricketers in the world, and to have so much experience at such a young age is an incredible achievement."There are now five South Africa players inked in for the WBBL with Nadine de Klerk and Anneke Bosch at Brisbane Heat, Mignon du Preez at Hobart Hurricanes and Marizanne Kapp at Perth Scorchers.Laura WolvaardtAdelaide StrikersWBBL

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