Records / Women's Test matches / Batting records / Most ducks in career

Most ducks
Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
LC Pearson (EngWn) 1996-2004 12 14 6 33 18* 4.12 0 0 6
LM Keightley (AusWn) 1995-2005 9 14 0 378 90 27.00 0 3 5
OM Marshall (EngWn) 1954-1966 13 21 4 378 81 22.23 0 3 5
J Lord (NZWmn) 1966-1979 15 22 3 258 39* 13.57 0 0 5
LK Newton (EngWn) 1999-2006 13 22 1 448 103 21.33 1 2 5
NJ Shaw (EngWn) 2001-2009 5 7 0 48 27 6.85 0 0 4
S Chakraborty (IndWn) 1976-1984 11 11 5 35 26 5.83 0 0 4
JC Price (AusWn) 1996-2005 10 11 5 114 80* 19.00 0 1 4
S Bayley (WiWmn) 1976-1979 11 13 2 85 35 7.72 0 0 4
AJ Blackwell (AusWn) 2003-2014 10 19 1 384 74 21.33 0 4 4
J Kennare (AusWn) 1979-1985 12 19 0 702 131 36.94 3 2 4
E Barker (EngWn) 1957-1969 15 21 4 426 100 25.05 1 3 4
P Blackler (NZWmn) 1948-1966 12 21 0 371 68 17.66 0 1 4
CJ Watmough (EngWn) 1968-1985 13 24 2 397 70 18.04 0 1 4
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
India Women v South Africa Women at Mysore, Only Test, Nov 16-19, 2014 [Women Test # 137]
England Women v India Women at Wormsley, Only Test, Aug 13-16, 2014 [Women Test # 136]
Australia Women v England Women at Perth, Only Test, Jan 10-13, 2014 [Women Test # 135]

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