Most wides in an innings
Team Score Overs Ext b lb w nb Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
Pak Women 123/0 18.2 27 1 7 18 1 v Ire. Women Solihull 8 Jul 2013 WT20I # 203
NZ Women 117 18.1 21 0 3 16 2 v Eng Women Bath 13 Aug 2007 WT20I # 9
Bdesh Wmn 105/6 20.0 18 2 0 16 0 v SA Women Dhaka 12 Sep 2012 WT20I # 161
Pak Women 97/4 20.0 18 0 1 16 1 v Ire. Women Doha 19 Jan 2014 WT20I # 225
Pak Women 87/7 17.5 16 0 1 15 0 v Ire. Women Dublin 28 May 2009 WT20I # 23
NZ Women 180/5 20.0 20 0 4 15 1 v WI Women Gros Islet 14 May 2010 WT20I # 75
Ire. Women 116/1 13.3 16 0 1 14 1 v Neth Women Dublin 6 Aug 2009 WT20I # 44
SL Women 89 17.4 19 1 4 14 0 v NZ Women Galle 30 Sep 2012 WT20I # 175
Ire. Women 78/7 20.0 16 0 1 14 1 v Pak Women Dublin 29 May 2009 WT20I # 24
SL Women 111 19.2 18 1 2 13 2 v WI Women Colombo (RPS) 5 Mar 2013 WT20I # 194
Neth Women 115/6 20.0 14 0 0 13 1 v Ire. Women Dublin 6 Aug 2009 WT20I # 44
SA Women 205/1 20.0 17 0 3 13 1 v Neth Women Potchefstroom (Uni) 14 Oct 2010 WT20I # 83
WI Women 118/3 18.0 15 0 2 12 1 v NZ Women Galle 26 Sep 2012 WT20I # 167
India Women 140/4 20.0 13 0 1 12 0 v Aus Women Sydney 28 Oct 2008 WT20I # 20
Pak Women 107 20.0 18 6 0 12 0 v SL Women Basseterre 6 May 2010 WT20I # 64
Ire. Women 106/7 20.0 17 3 2 12 0 v Pak Women Potchefstroom (Uni 2) 16 Oct 2010 WT20I # 84
Neth Women 89/8 20.0 14 0 0 12 2 v Ire. Women Utrecht 15 Aug 2011 WT20I # 115
SL Women 85/9 20.0 12 0 0 12 0 v Eng Women Sylhet 30 Mar 2014 WT20I # 262
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Pakistan Women v South Africa Women at Sharjah, 3rd T20I, Mar 22, 2015 [Women T20I # 303]
Pakistan Women v South Africa Women at Sharjah, 2nd T20I, Mar 20, 2015 [Women T20I # 302]
Pakistan Women v South Africa Women at Sharjah, 1st T20I, Mar 19, 2015 [Women T20I # 301]

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