Records / Women's One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Most nineties in career

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 90s
M Raj (IndWn) 1999-2014 148 135 40 4791 114* 50.43 5 36 5
BJ Clark (AusWn) 1991-2005 118 114 12 4844 229* 47.49 5 30 4
CM Edwards (EngWn) 1997-2014 178 167 21 5432 173* 37.20 8 42 4
KL Rolton (AusWn) 1995-2009 141 132 32 4814 154* 48.14 8 33 3
WA Watson (EngWn) 1987-1993 23 22 6 768 107* 48.00 1 5 2
ZJ Goss (AusWn) 1987-2000 65 47 10 1099 96* 29.70 0 7 2
J Sharma (IndWn) 2002-2008 77 75 7 2091 138* 30.75 2 14 2
AJ Blackwell (AusWn) 2003-2014 106 94 19 2505 106* 33.40 2 18 2
EC Drumm (NZWmn) 1992-2006 101 94 13 2844 116 35.11 2 19 2
DA Hockley (NZWmn) 1982-2000 118 115 18 4064 117 41.89 4 34 2

Records include the following recent matches:
Bangladesh Women v Pakistan Women at Cox's Bazar, 2nd ODI, Mar 6, 2014 [Women ODI # 912]
Bangladesh Women v Pakistan Women at Cox's Bazar, 1st ODI, Mar 4, 2014 [Women ODI # 911]
New Zealand Women v West Indies Women at Lincoln, 3rd ODI, Feb 26, 2014 [Women ODI # 910]

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