Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 stumped % Wkts
Sadia Yousuf (PkWmn) 2010-2015 38 772 682 42 4/9 16.23 0 13 30.95
Nida Dar (PkWmn) 2010-2015 53 913 769 39 3/12 19.71 0 12 30.76
SF Daley (WiWmn) 2009-2014 68 1363 1113 72 5/15 15.45 1 12 16.66
A Mohammed (WiWmn) 2008-2015 74 1505 1331 90 5/10 14.78 2 11 12.22
P Roy (IndWn) 2009-2011 15 269 262 21 5/16 12.47 1 10 47.61
LA Marsh (EngWn) 2007-2015 58 1299 1139 56 3/17 20.33 0 10 17.85
S Loubser (SAWmn) 2007-2014 43 814 831 31 3/22 26.80 0 9 29.03
D van Niekerk (SAWmn) 2009-2015 47 795 688 39 4/17 17.64 0 8 20.51
SR Taylor (WiWmn) 2008-2015 62 1033 917 56 3/10 16.37 0 8 14.28
S Nitschke (AusWn) 2005-2011 36 768 705 43 4/21 16.39 0 7 16.27
HASD Siriwardene (SLWmn) 2010-2015 45 942 849 44 4/21 19.29 0 7 15.90
LC Sthalekar (AusWn) 2005-2013 54 1196 1161 60 4/18 19.35 0 7 11.66
Sana Mir (PkWmn) 2009-2015 58 1199 1015 50 4/13 20.30 0 7 14.00
HM Samuddika (SLWmn) 2012-2015 18 372 370 17 3/11 21.76 0 6 35.29
Salma Khatun (BDWmn) 2012-2014 23 475 330 26 4/6 12.69 0 6 23.07
Bismah Maroof (PkWmn) 2009-2015 57 490 408 25 3/21 16.32 0 6 24.00
DN Wyatt (EngWn) 2010-2015 56 711 671 46 4/11 14.58 0 6 13.04
G Sultana (IndWn) 2008-2014 37 797 762 29 3/17 26.27 0 6 20.68
D Hazell (EngWn) 2009-2015 60 1368 1170 65 4/12 18.00 0 6 9.23
Khadija Tul Kubra (BDWmn) 2012-2014 15 272 276 14 3/14 19.71 0 5 35.71
EM Bermingham (NZWmn) 2010-2015 20 414 363 23 2/12 15.78 0 5 21.73
LR Doolan (NZWmn) 2008-2013 33 600 602 28 3/16 21.50 0 5 17.85
EA Osborne (AusWn) 2009-2014 48 960 934 40 4/19 23.35 0 5 12.50
JL Gunn (EngWn) 2004-2015 83 965 1010 55 5/18 18.36 1 5 9.09
HL Colvin (EngWn) 2007-2013 50 1121 971 63 4/9 15.41 0 5 7.93

Records include the following recent matches:
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 3rd T20I, May 26, 2015 [Women T20I # 306]
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 2nd T20I, May 25, 2015 [Women T20I # 305]
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), 1st T20I, May 23, 2015 [Women T20I # 304]

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When England's Wilfred Rhodes and Bert Strudwick shared a 10th-wicket stand of 14 against Australia at The Oval in 1926, they became the oldest pair (collective age) to bat together in Test history. Rhodes was 48 years old at the time while Strudwick was 46, making their collective age 94 years.

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