Most five-wickets-in-an-innings
Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5
A Mohammed (WiWmn) 2003-2015 86 82 657.1 89 2117 122 7/14 17.35 3.22 32.3 6 5
CL Fitzpatrick (AusWn) 1993-2007 109 109 1002.5 188 3023 180 5/14 16.79 3.01 33.4 7 4
KH Brunt (EngWn) 2005-2015 79 77 652.4 100 2175 96 5/18 22.65 3.33 40.7 2 3
Urooj Mumtaz (PkWmn) 2004-2009 38 31 180.5 6 878 36 5/33 24.38 4.85 30.1 1 2
GA Smith (EngWn) 1986-1993 31 30 253.3 74 514 41 5/15 12.53 2.02 37.0 0 2
JM Chamberlain (EngWn) 1987-1995 39 39 321.2 68 805 49 7/8 16.42 2.50 39.3 2 2
Shaiza Khan (PkWmn) 1997-2004 40 40 346.0 24 1509 63 5/35 23.95 4.36 32.9 3 2
D van Niekerk (SAWmn) 2009-2015 50 47 377.2 45 1226 76 5/17 16.13 3.24 29.7 3 2
LA Fullston (AusWn) 1982-1988 41 39 394.2 78 968 73 5/27 13.26 2.45 32.4 4 2
CL Mason (AusWn) 1997-2001 46 46 394.2 81 1150 83 5/9 13.85 2.91 28.5 4 2
RJ Pullar (NZWmn) 1997-2005 51 51 432.0 82 1220 74 5/7 16.48 2.82 35.0 2 2
EA Perry (AusWn) 2007-2014 64 63 497.4 46 2137 89 5/19 24.01 4.29 33.5 0 2
IT Guha (EngWn) 2001-2011 83 81 627.5 85 2345 101 5/14 23.21 3.73 37.2 2 2
N David (IndWn) 1995-2008 97 97 815.2 189 2305 141 5/20 16.34 2.82 34.6 4 2
JL Gunn (EngWn) 2004-2015 125 117 847.0 89 3181 115 5/22 27.66 3.75 44.1 3 2
J Goswami (IndWn) 2002-2015 140 139 1120.1 202 3555 169 6/31 21.03 3.17 39.7 4 2
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 | 10 years | 25 years
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
India Women v New Zealand Women at Bangalore, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Jul 1, 2015 [Women ODI # 950 - Live]
    » New Zealand Women 164/7 (44.2 ov, LM Kasperek 17*, AM Peterson 23*, RS Gayakwad 2/33) - Match over
India Women v New Zealand Women at Bangalore, ICC Women's Championship 1st ODI, Jun 28, 2015 [Women ODI # 949]
Sri Lanka Women v West Indies Women at Colombo (RPS), ICC Women's Championship 4th ODI, May 20, 2015 [Women ODI # 948]

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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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