Records / Women's Twenty20 Internationals / Team records / Smallest margin of victory (by runs)

Smallest victories
Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
Aus Women 1 run 109 v NZ Women Darwin 19 Jul 2007 WT20I # 5
SL Women 1 run 109 v Pak Women Basseterre 6 May 2010 WT20I # 64
WI Women 1 run 58 v Pak Women St Andrew's 6 Sep 2011 WT20I # 118
Pak Women 1 run 99 v India Women Galle 1 Oct 2012 WT20I # 176
Pak Women 1 run 117 v Eng Women Loughborough 5 Jul 2013 WT20I # 201
Aus Women 2 runs 143 v India Women Sydney 28 Oct 2008 WT20I # 20
WI Women 2 runs 98 v SA Women Paarl 28 Oct 2009 WT20I # 47
NZ Women 2 runs 118 v Aus Women Hobart 21 Feb 2010 WT20I # 51
WI Women 2 runs 123 v Eng Women Basseterre 7 May 2010 WT20I # 67
WI Women 3 runs 124 v SA Women Taunton 11 Jun 2009 WT20I # 28
Aus Women 3 runs 107 v NZ Women Bridgetown 16 May 2010 WT20I # 76
WI Women 3 runs 108 v India Women Ahmedabad 23 Jan 2011 WT20I # 99
Aus Women 3 runs 167 v NZ Women Invercargill 20 Feb 2011 WT20I # 103
India Women 3 runs 96 v WI Women North Sound 19 Feb 2012 WT20I # 133
SA Women 3 runs 110 v Bdesh Wmn Potchefstroom 15 Sep 2013 WT20I # 213
Bdesh Wmn 3 runs 116 v SL Women Sylhet 1 Apr 2014 WT20I # 265
NZ Women 4 runs 116 v Aus Women Brisbane 1 Jun 2009 WT20I # 25
NZ Women 4 runs 148 v Eng Women Southampton 1 Jul 2010 WT20I # 78
Aus Women 4 runs 143 v Eng Women Colombo (RPS) 7 Oct 2012 WT20I # 182
Pak Women 5 runs 112 v Ire. Women Potchefstroom (Uni 2) 16 Oct 2010 WT20I # 84
SL Women 5 runs 48 v WI Women Galle 28 Sep 2012 WT20I # 171
Bdesh Wmn 5 runs 63 v SL Women Guangzhou 28 Oct 2012 WT20I # 183
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, 3rd T20I, Jan 17, 2015 [Women T20I # 297]
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, 2nd T20I, Jan 16, 2015 [Women T20I # 296]
Pakistan Women v Sri Lanka Women at Sharjah, 1st T20I, Jan 15, 2015 [Women T20I # 295]

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