Worst career bowling average (without qualification)
Player Span Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
Imran Chandio 2014-2014 8 24.0 0 192 1 1/25 192.00 8.00 144.0 0 0
(Larkana Bulls)
Faizullah 2009-2014 7 20.0 2 171 1 1/23 171.00 8.55 120.0 0 0
(Dera Murad Jamali Ibexes, Quetta Bears)
CA Rose 2012-2014 5 15.0 0 170 1 1/25 170.00 11.33 90.0 0 0
(Cricket Australia XI, Melbourne Stars)
Y Gnaneswara Rao 2007-2013 23 19.0 0 162 1 1/18 162.00 8.52 114.0 0 0
(Andhra, Kochi Tuskers Kerala)
Ansar Javed 2009-2014 11 21.0 0 149 1 1/12 149.00 7.09 126.0 0 0
(Bahawalpur Stags, Multan Tigers, State Bank of Pakistan)
Ali Moazzam 2009-2011 5 15.0 0 144 1 1/17 144.00 9.60 90.0 0 0
(Multan Tigers)
Bhupinder Singh 2010-2014 14 37.0 0 285 2 1/10 142.50 7.70 111.0 0 0
(Auckland)
L van Wyk 2011-2015 14 17.1 0 138 1 1/21 138.00 8.03 103.0 0 0
(Boland, Free State)
Imran Arif 2010-2014 13 30.0 0 273 2 1/30 136.50 9.10 90.0 0 0
(AJK Jaguars, Worcestershire)
AK Kitchen 2009-2014 64 16.0 0 135 1 1/22 135.00 8.43 96.0 0 0
(Auckland)
ML Cummins 2013-2014 7 14.0 0 131 1 1/24 131.00 9.35 84.0 0 0
(Antigua Hawksbills, Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel)
REM Williams 2010-2013 5 14.0 0 129 1 1/32 129.00 9.21 84.0 0 0
(Leicestershire, Middlesex)
Asadu Seiga 2010-2012 5 11.0 0 128 1 1/34 128.00 11.63 66.0 0 0
(Uganda)
Asif Khan 2012-2012 5 16.0 0 127 1 1/40 127.00 7.93 96.0 0 0
(Hong Kong)
Mohammad Naeem 2010-2014 6 14.3 1 127 1 1/27 127.00 8.75 87.0 0 0
(Abbottabad Falcons, Abbottabad Rhinos)
Sachin Baby 2011-2014 26 14.0 0 125 1 1/3 125.00 8.92 84.0 0 0
(Kerala, Rajasthan Royals)
Asif Khan 2012-2012 5 17.0 1 123 1 1/24 123.00 7.23 102.0 0 0
(United States of America)
C Bosch 2014-2014 4 13.2 0 122 1 1/26 122.00 9.15 80.0 0 0
(Titans)
CK Kapugedera 2005-2014 76 9.5 0 122 1 1/20 122.00 12.40 59.0 0 0
(Chennai Super Kings, Colombo Cricket Club, Duronto Rajshahi, Kandurata, Nondescripts Cricket Club, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka A, Uthura Rudras, Uthura Yellows, Yaal Blazers)
DR Salpietro 2011-2012 4 14.0 0 120 1 1/28 120.00 8.57 84.0 0 0
(Adelaide Strikers, Victoria)
B Casson 2006-2008 5 13.0 0 115 1 1/20 115.00 8.84 78.0 0 0
(New South Wales, Western Australia)
S Rasmussen 2007-2007 5 12.0 0 115 1 1/15 115.00 9.58 72.0 0 0
(Wellington)
K Kantasingh 2010-2012 9 30.2 1 221 2 1/20 110.50 7.28 91.0 0 0
(Combined Campuses and Colleges)
HR Rathod 2013-2013 4 13.4 1 107 1 1/21 107.00 7.82 82.0 0 0
(Railways)
PA Petricola 2012-2013 17 13.0 0 106 1 1/17 106.00 8.15 78.0 0 0
(Italy)
Rizwan Akbar 2006-2013 5 14.0 0 103 1 1/32 103.00 7.35 84.0 0 0
(Pakistan Television, Rawalpindi Rams)
TG Johnston 2012-2012 3 11.0 0 102 1 1/24 102.00 9.27 66.0 0 0
(Canterbury)
AK Sahoo 2007-2013 17 43.0 1 304 3 1/7 101.33 7.06 86.0 0 0
(Odisha, Orissa)
KL Rukmal 2012-2012 3 10.0 0 101 1 1/42 101.00 10.10 60.0 0 0
(Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club)
MC Tucker 2012-2012 7 13.0 0 100 1 1/21 100.00 7.69 78.0 0 0
(Hong Kong)
A Myoli 2014-2014 6 11.0 0 99 1 1/34 99.00 9.00 66.0 0 0
(Griqualand West)
GA Roe 2004-2004 4 16.0 0 97 1 1/17 97.00 6.06 96.0 0 0
(Lions)
Shafqat Baba 2007-2009 4 14.0 0 97 1 1/39 97.00 6.92 84.0 0 0
(Jammu & Kashmir)
Awal Khan 2012-2012 6 14.0 0 94 1 1/11 94.00 6.71 84.0 0 0
(Oman)
Mohammad Zubair 2013-2013 4 15.0 0 93 1 1/20 93.00 6.20 90.0 0 0
(United Bank Limited)
Inam Khan 2009-2012 3 11.0 0 91 1 1/41 91.00 8.27 66.0 0 0
(Abbottabad Falcons, Abbottabad Rhinos)
CI Akello 2011-2011 4 11.0 1 90 1 1/20 90.00 8.18 66.0 0 0
(Kenya)
AG Pradeep 2007-2013 10 7.0 0 90 1 1/41 90.00 12.85 42.0 0 0
(Andhra)

Records includes the following recent matches:
Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers at Adelaide, Big Bash League 1st semi final, Jan 24, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder at Sydney, Big Bash League, Jan 22, 2015 [Twenty20]
Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers at Melbourne, Big Bash League, Jan 21, 2015 [Twenty20]

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