Player Byes Total Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
E Noreiga 16 125/3 2 T & T Women v Aus Women Tring 30 Jun 1973 Women's ODI # 4
F Khalili 13 108/6 2 India Women v Aus Women Wellington 26 Jan 1982 Women's ODI # 49
M Frost 13 270/5 1 Denmk Women v Eng Wn Nottingham 19 Jul 1990 Women's ODI # 133
Y Geddes-Hall 12 195/7 1 Jamaica Wmn v Aus Women York 11 Jul 1973 Women's ODI # 11
SJ McGlashan 12 160 2 NZ Women v Ire. Women Dublin 24 Jul 2004 Women's ODI # 489
C Miller 11 192/7 1 Int XI Women v India Women Napier 17 Jan 1982 Women's ODI # 40
A Jain 11 194/6 1 India Women v Eng Wn Patna 1 Dec 1995 Women's ODI # 207
E Noreiga 10 197 1 T & T Women v NZ Women St Albans 23 Jun 1973 Women's ODI # 3
EM Ryan 10 147/7 1 NZ Women v Aus Women Rangiora 6 Feb 1982 Women's ODI # 60
N Jogalekar 10 174/7 1 India Women v NZ Women Delhi 19 Feb 1985 Women's ODI # 78
J Jensen 10 225/5 1 Denmk Women v Eng Wn Haarlem 20 Jul 1991 Women's ODI # 149
SL Illingworth 10 181 2 NZ Women v Aus Women Wellington 22 Jan 1994 Women's ODI # 190
PJ te Beest 10 90/7 2 Neth Women v Denmk Women Nykobing Mors 21 Jul 1999 Women's ODI # 306
CM Beggs 10 119 2 Ire. Women v Pak Women Dublin 27 Jul 2000 Women's ODI # 327
AM Galvin 10 124/6 2 Scot Women v Neth Women Reading 12 Aug 2001 Women's ODI # 381
Rabiya Shah 10 180/9 1 Pak Women v SA Women Dhaka 24 Nov 2011 Women's ODI # 803

Only the designated keeper for the match is listed

Records include the following recent matches:
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Feb 29, 2016 [Women ODI # 982]
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Feb 27, 2016 [Women ODI # 981]
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 1st ODI, Feb 24, 2016 [Women ODI # 980]
New Zealand Women v Australia Women at Mount Maunganui, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Feb 24, 2016 [Women ODI # 979]

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By the time Adam Voges got out in the Wellington Test, he scored a record 614 runs between dismissals, going past Sachin Tendulkar's record of 497 runs between dismissals in 2004. The first-class record is with KC Ibrahim who had scored 709 runs (scores of 218*, 36*, 234*, 77*, 144) in 1947.

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