|SC Taylor||43||36||33||4||0||Eng Women||v NZ Women||Hove||5 Aug 2004||Women T20I # 1|
|KL Rolton||96*||60||53||16||1||Aus Women||v Eng Women||Taunton||2 Sep 2005||Women T20I # 2|
|DJS Dottin||112*||40||45||7||9||WI Women||v SA Women||Basseterre||5 May 2010||Women T20I # 62|
|SA Fritz||116*||81||71||12||2||SA Women||v Neth Women||Potchefstroom (Uni)||14 Oct 2010||Women T20I # 83|
|MM Lanning||126||67||65||18||4||Aus Women||v Ire. Women||Sylhet||27 Mar 2014||Women T20I # 255|
leading scores are calculated for each date upon which a match ends
Records include the following recent matches:
Pakistan Women v Bangladesh Women at Karachi, 2nd T20I, Oct 1, 2015 [Women T20I # 317]
Pakistan Women v Bangladesh Women at Karachi, 1st T20I, Sep 30, 2015 [Women T20I # 316]
England Women v Australia Women at Cardiff, 3rd T20I, Aug 31, 2015 [Women T20I # 315]
Did you know?
Don Bradman has scored 5028 Test runs against England, the most for any batsman against a single opposition. No other batsman has scored even 4000 runs against one team, with England's Jack Hobbs coming in at second spot with 3636 runs against Australia.
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