No ducks in career
Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
DA Annetts (AusWn) 1985-1993 43 39 12 1126 100* 41.70 1 8 0
KJ Martin (NZWmn) 2003-2012 39 37 3 603 79 17.73 0 1 0
SJ Metcalfe (EngWn) 1985-1998 36 28 6 534 51* 24.27 0 1 0
CJ Watmough (EngWn) 1973-1985 28 25 5 593 54* 29.65 0 4 0
SC Selman (WiWmn) 2008-2014 53 24 13 127 22 11.54 0 0 0
Zehmarad Afzal (PkWmn) 2000-2004 23 23 0 332 34 14.43 0 0 0
DL Thomas (EngWn/IntWn) 1973-1982 24 22 4 821 134 45.61 1 3 0
S Goatman (EngWn/YEWmn) 1973-1982 21 21 2 498 83 26.21 0 3 0
S Agarwal (IndWn) 1984-1995 21 21 3 567 72 31.50 0 4 0
J Powell (EngWn) 1984-1990 24 21 7 463 98* 33.07 0 2 0
R Heyhoe-Flint (EngWn) 1973-1982 23 20 9 643 114 58.45 1 4 0
PF McKelvey (IntWn/NZWmn) 1973-1982 21 20 5 320 54 21.33 0 1 0
PD Kinsella (NZWmn) 1988-1995 20 20 3 443 57 26.05 0 2 0
AM Dodd (NZWmn) 2002-2006 31 20 11 155 20* 17.22 0 0 0
LA Fullston (AusWn) 1982-1988 41 19 11 134 27 16.75 0 0 0
J Kennare (AusWn) 1982-1987 19 19 2 789 122 46.41 2 3 0
S Rangaswamy (IndWn) 1982-1986 19 19 0 287 50 15.10 0 1 0
SE Reamsbottom (IreWn) 1987-1993 19 19 0 395 60 20.78 0 1 0
Tasqeen Qadeer (PkWmn) 2005-2008 19 19 1 288 45 16.00 0 0 0
K Read (AusWn) 1982-1986 20 18 2 336 56 21.00 0 1 0
AM O'Leary (NZWmn) 1999-2002 19 18 3 497 91* 33.13 0 3 0
KT Perkins (NZWmn) 2012-2014 21 17 5 425 51 35.41 0 1 0
BL Bevege (NZWmn) 1973-1982 16 16 1 488 101 32.53 1 3 0
ER Williams (WiWmn) 1997-2005 21 16 4 120 28 10.00 0 0 0
Fargana Hoque (BDWmn) 2011-2014 16 16 0 277 63 17.31 0 2 0
SJ Kitson (EngWn) 1988-1993 23 15 4 105 29 9.54 0 0 0
FL Mackay (NZWmn) 2011-2014 19 15 1 238 39* 17.00 0 0 0
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Bangladesh Women v Pakistan Women at Cox's Bazar, 2nd ODI, Mar 6, 2014 [Women ODI # 912]
Bangladesh Women v Pakistan Women at Cox's Bazar, 1st ODI, Mar 4, 2014 [Women ODI # 911]
New Zealand Women v West Indies Women at Lincoln, 3rd ODI, Feb 26, 2014 [Women ODI # 910]

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