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Most runs in a calendar year
Player Year Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
JA Brittin (EngWn) 1984 5 8 1 531 144* 75.85 2 2 0
E Bakewell (EngWn) 1969 5 9 1 451 124 56.37 2 3 0
JA Brittin (EngWn) 1998 3 5 1 450 167 112.50 2 2 0
P Verco (AusWn) 1984 6 10 0 443 105 44.30 1 3 0
J Kennare (AusWn) 1984 6 10 0 437 131 43.70 2 2 2
SC Taylor (EngWn) 2003 4 6 1 397 177 79.40 2 0 0
S Rangaswamy (IndWn) 1976 6 10 1 381 78 42.33 0 4 0
S Agarwal (IndWn) 1986 3 6 1 359 190 71.80 2 0 1
R Heyhoe-Flint (EngWn) 1969 5 9 0 359 88 39.88 0 4 0
R Heyhoe-Flint (EngWn) 1966 3 6 1 356 113 71.20 1 2 0
DA Annetts (AusWn) 1987 3 4 0 352 193 88.00 1 2 0
R Heyhoe-Flint (EngWn) 1976 3 4 0 350 179 87.50 2 0 0
EA Snowball (EngWn) 1935 3 5 2 348 189 116.00 1 2 0
KE Flavell (NZWmn) 1996 4 4 0 340 204 85.00 1 1 0
BJ Haggett (AusWn) 1991 3 5 1 339 144 84.75 1 2 0
F Khalili (IndWn) 1976 6 11 2 332 84 36.88 0 3 1
JK Lumsden (AusWn) 1976 5 7 0 329 123 47.00 1 1 0
LP Browne (WiWmn) 1976 8 12 2 328 67 32.80 0 2 0
KL Rolton (AusWn) 1998 3 4 2 327 176* 163.50 1 2 0
BJ Clark (AusWn) 1991 3 6 2 322 104 80.50 1 2 0
J Broadbent (AusWn) 1998 3 3 1 319 200 159.50 1 2 0
CM Edwards (EngWn) 1998 3 6 1 319 87 63.80 0 3 0
CA Hodges (EngWn) 1986 3 6 1 318 121* 63.60 1 2 0
ME Maclagan (EngWn) 1937 3 5 1 315 115 78.75 1 1 0
E Bakewell (EngWn) 1979 3 6 3 309 112* 103.00 1 2 0
P Whittaker (WiWmn) 1976 8 12 1 307 61 27.90 0 2 0
HD Pritchard (AusWn) 1937 3 6 0 306 87 51.00 0 3 0
ME Hide (EngWn) 1949 4 8 1 300 124* 42.85 1 2 0

Performances in matches that overlap years are credited to the year in which they occurred

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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