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 153 140 40 4888 114* 48.88 5 36 5
BJ Clark (AusWn) 1991-2005 118 114 12 4844 229* 47.49 5 30 4
CM Edwards (EngWn) 1997-2014 180 169 22 5597 173* 38.07 9 43 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
EC Drumm (NZWmn) 1992-2006 101 94 13 2844 116 35.11 2 19 2
AJ Blackwell (AusWn) 2003-2014 113 100 21 2620 106* 33.16 2 18 2
DA Hockley (NZWmn) 1982-2000 118 115 18 4064 117 41.89 4 34 2

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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Rahul Dravid is the only batsman to score 300-plus runs in a bilateral ODI series on four separate occasions. He did this against New Zealand (1999), West Indies (2002), Pakistan (2005) and Sri Lanka (2005). Desmond Haynes and Tillakaratne Dilshan have done this thrice each.

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