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Brenda Glynis Williams (born 6 December 1949, Johannesburg, South
Africa) is a former South African cricketer. She scored South
Africa's second century in Women's Test cricket, with 100 against
New Zealand in the third Test played during the 1971/72 season. A
right-handed bat and right-arm off break bowler, she played two
Test matches for South Africa. Test cricket is the longest form of
the sport of cricket. Test matches are played between national
representative teams with "Test status," as determined by the
International Cricket Council (ICC), with four innings played
between two teams of 11 players over a period of up to a maximum
five days. It is generally considered the ultimate test of playing
ability and endurance in the sport. The origin of the name test
stems from the fact that the long, grueling match is a "test" of
the relative strength of the two sides.
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