Records / Women's One-Day Internationals / Bowling records / Most wickets taken caught

Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 caught % Wkts
LC Sthalekar (AusWn) 2001-2013 125 5964 3646 146 5/35 24.97 1 94 64.38
A Mohammed (WiWmn) 2003-2014 82 3709 2027 115 7/14 17.62 5 73 63.47
CL Fitzpatrick (AusWn) 1993-2007 109 6017 3023 180 5/14 16.79 4 71 39.44
JL Gunn (EngWn) 2004-2014 120 4994 3106 115 5/22 27.00 2 65 56.52
AL Watkins (NZWmn) 2002-2011 103 4392 2856 92 4/2 31.04 0 64 69.56
HL Colvin (EngWn) 2006-2013 72 3577 2137 98 4/17 21.80 0 62 63.26
J Goswami (IndWn) 2002-2014 138 6601 3516 167 6/31 21.05 2 61 36.52
N David (IndWn) 1995-2008 97 4892 2305 141 5/20 16.34 2 60 42.55
CE Taylor (EngWn) 1988-2005 105 5140 2443 102 4/13 23.95 0 60 58.82
N Al Khadeer (IndWn) 2002-2012 78 4036 2402 100 5/14 24.02 1 57 57.00
S Nitschke (AusWn) 2004-2011 80 3632 2170 98 7/24 22.14 1 54 55.10
IT Guha (EngWn) 2001-2011 83 3767 2345 101 5/14 23.21 2 54 53.46
SR Taylor (WiWmn) 2008-2014 80 3516 1793 102 4/17 17.57 0 52 50.98
S Loubser (SAWmn) 2007-2014 60 2724 1392 80 5/27 17.40 1 49 61.25
KL Rolton (AusWn) 1995-2009 141 3267 1769 85 4/29 20.81 0 47 55.29
LA Marsh (EngWn) 2006-2013 69 3540 2287 83 5/15 27.55 1 46 55.42
KH Brunt (EngWn) 2005-2014 74 3640 2002 93 5/18 21.52 3 46 49.46
NJ Browne (NZWmn) 2002-2014 125 4571 3005 88 4/20 34.14 0 46 52.27
S Ismail (SAWmn) 2007-2014 50 2398 1396 75 6/10 18.61 1 45 60.00
SF Daley (WiWmn) 2008-2014 64 2827 1569 71 4/29 22.09 0 45 63.38
LA Fullston (AusWn) 1982-1988 41 2366 968 73 5/27 13.26 2 44 60.27
HASD Siriwardene (SLWmn) 2003-2015 83 3749 2300 96 4/11 23.95 0 44 45.83
EA Osborne (AusWn) 2009-2014 55 2411 1601 62 3/9 25.82 0 43 69.35
CR Seneviratna (SLWmn) 1997-2013 80 3291 1880 72 4/23 26.11 0 43 59.72
SP de Alwis (SLWmn) 2005-2011 49 2103 1256 58 4/21 21.65 0 42 72.41
A Sharma (IndWn) 2002-2014 116 4552 2830 87 4/16 32.52 0 42 48.27
CJ Connor (EngWn) 1995-2005 93 3580 2081 80 5/49 26.01 1 41 51.25
RJ Pullar (NZWmn) 1997-2005 51 2592 1220 74 5/7 16.48 2 40 54.05
D van Niekerk (SAWmn) 2009-2014 47 2102 1146 74 5/17 15.48 2 39 52.70
K Smithies (EngWn) 1986-2000 69 2681 1194 64 3/6 18.65 0 39 60.93
EA Perry (AusWn) 2007-2014 64 2986 2137 89 5/19 24.01 2 39 43.82
CA Campbell (NZWmn) 1988-2000 85 4518 2018 78 3/15 25.87 0 39 50.00
G Sultana (IndWn) 2008-2014 50 2308 1280 66 4/4 19.39 0 37 56.06
CA Hodges (EngWn) 1982-1993 47 2207 874 58 4/3 15.06 0 36 62.06
KM Brown (AusWn) 1985-1993 43 2484 869 52 4/4 16.71 0 36 69.23
LC Pearson (EngWn) 1998-2005 62 3026 1562 68 3/14 22.97 0 36 52.94
LE Milliken (NZWmn) 2002-2007 48 2220 1409 59 5/25 23.88 1 35 59.32
R Dhar (IndWn) 2003-2012 78 3015 1725 63 4/19 27.38 0 35 55.55
RA Birch (EngWn) 2003-2008 37 1342 830 46 5/50 18.04 1 34 73.91
SW Bates (NZWmn) 2006-2014 66 1751 1511 50 4/7 30.22 0 32 64.00
SC Selman (WiWmn) 2008-2014 59 1957 1098 43 5/15 25.53 1 32 74.41
CL Mason (AusWn) 1997-2001 46 2366 1150 83 5/9 13.85 2 32 38.55
HM Watson (NZWmn) 1999-2008 66 2487 1289 54 3/14 23.87 0 32 59.25
DM Marathe (IndWn) 1997-2005 59 2682 1250 60 4/1 20.83 0 32 53.33
KV Gunn (NZWmn) 1985-1993 45 2753 1113 53 5/22 21.00 1 32 60.37
OJ Magno (AusWn) 1995-2001 44 2005 942 51 4/10 18.47 0 31 60.78
SJ Andrews (AusWn) 2006-2010 39 1666 1142 54 4/50 21.14 0 30 55.55
CJ Metcalfe (IreWn) 1999-2011 42 1848 1254 50 5/18 25.08 1 30 60.00
J Hayes (AusWn) 2000-2006 59 3161 1575 65 4/31 24.23 0 30 46.15
Sana Mir (PkWmn) 2005-2015 73 3438 1984 85 5/32 23.34 1 30 35.29

Records include the following recent matches:
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Jan 13, 2015 [Women ODI # 936]
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Jan 11, 2015 [Women ODI # 935]
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, ICC Women's Championship 1st ODI, Jan 9, 2015 [Women ODI # 934]

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