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debutant

(ˈdɛbjʊˌtɑːnt; -ˌtænt)
n
a person who is making a first appearance in a particular capacity, such as a sportsperson playing in a first game for a team

deb•u•tant

or déb•u•tant

(ˈdɛb yʊˌtɑnt)

n.
a person who makes a debut.
[1815–25; < French débutant, present participle of débuter. See debut, -ant]
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Debutant Liam Dawson's three-wicket haul set England on the way at Southampton before Buttler, opening for England for the first time in white ball cricket, smacked four sixes and three fours to send the tourists home without a victory in all formats.
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Debutant Paul Benson looked to have scored inside three minutes only for Harrad to get a final touch when offside, while there was a good save to deny another newcomer, Michael Hector.
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Dragons' try machine Brooke Foster added to his seasons total seven minutes into the second half after a line break from debutant Tom Lowe opened up the field.