Bernadine Bezuidenhout is a New Zealand international cricketer who has made a name for herself as a wicket-keeper batter. Born on 25 September 1998 in Johannesburg, Bernadine grew up playing cricket with her brothers, and her passion for the sport only grew stronger with time. She made her debut for the South African women’s cricket team in 2014 and decided to move to New Zealand in 2015. After 3 year cool off period she was drafted into the White Ferns side in 2018 where she made her debut on May 6th, 2018 in a T20I against Ireland.
With her excellent keeping skills and hard-hitting batting, Bernadine has played a significant role in several victories for the her domestic and national team.
Bernadine Bezuidenhout has been a consistent performer for her team, showcasing her skills in both batting and wicketkeeping. She has a remarkable ability to stay calm under pressure and make crucial contributions to the team's success. Her dedication and hard work are evident in her performances, making her a valuable asset to any team.
Off the field, Bernadine is known for her infectious personality and her dedication to promoting women's cricket in South Africa & New Zealand. She has become a role model for many young girls who aspire to follow in her footsteps, and she is passionate about inspiring the next generation of female cricketers. She also has a philanthropic arm called Epic sports project in which through sports & dance she inspires hope by helping young people develop a sense of value, belonging, and self-worth in low socio-economic communities
As Bernadine’s representatives, we are proud to be a part of her journey and to help her achieve her goals on and off the field. We believe that her skills, dedication, and leadership make her an excellent prospect for future opportunities and endorsements, and we are committed to supporting her in every way possible.