Records / Women's Twenty20 Internationals / Wicketkeeping records / Most stumpings in career

Most stumpings in career
Player Span Mat Inns Dis Ct St Max Dis Inns Dis/Inn
SJ Taylor (ENGWN) 2006-2016 81 79 68 22 46 4 (2ct 2st) 0.860
Batool Fatima (PAKWN) 2009-2014 45 44 50 11 39 5 (1ct 4st) 1.136
RH Priest (NZWN) 2007-2016 64 63 64 34 30 4 (4ct 0st) 1.015
MR Aguilleira (WIWN) 2009-2016 79 68 50 25 25 3 (0ct 3st) 0.735
AJ Healy (AUSWN) 2010-2016 68 53 38 15 23 4 (2ct 2st) 0.716
T Chetty (SAWN) 2007-2016 66 66 57 34 23 4 (2ct 2st) 0.863
S Naik (INDWN) 2006-2012 31 31 31 10 21 4 (2ct 2st) 1.000
Nuzhat Tasnia (BDWN) 2012-2014 18 18 18 3 15 3 (2ct 1st) 1.000
JM Fields (AUSWN) 2006-2013 37 37 40 25 15 4 (3ct 1st) 1.081
S Verma (INDWN) 2013-2016 15 15 17 3 14 4 (0ct 4st) 1.133
MADD Surangika (SLWN) 2009-2016 48 38 23 9 14 2 (2ct 0st) 0.605
PM Weerakkody (SLWN) 2012-2016 21 15 17 7 10 3 (0ct 3st) 1.133
KJ Martin (NZWN) 2008-2016 47 21 15 6 9 3 (0ct 3st) 0.714
KV Jain (INDWN) 2014-2014 9 9 12 4 8 4 (0ct 4st) 1.333
SA Campbelle (WIWN) 2009-2016 78 10 10 2 8 4 (0ct 4st) 1.000
Rabiya Shah (PAKWN) 2010-2015 15 13 8 0 8 2 (0ct 2st) 0.615
MV Waldron (IREWN) 2010-2016 32 32 22 14 8 3 (3ct 0st) 0.687
SLJ Lobatto (INDWN) 2011-2011 3 3 7 0 7 3 (0ct 3st) 2.333
Kycia A Knight (WIWN) 2011-2016 33 9 11 4 7 5 (1ct 4st) 1.222
Nigar Sultana (BDWN) 2015-2016 7 7 8 2 6 3 (1ct 2st) 1.142
RS Vandort (SLWN) 2013-2014 8 8 10 5 5 2 (2ct 0st) 1.250
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

Innings refers to when the player was the designated keeper.
All figures exclude catches not made as a wicketkeeper.

Records includes the following current or recent matches:
Australia Women v West Indies Women at Kolkata, Women's World T20 final, Apr 3, 2016 [Women T20I # 362]
New Zealand Women v West Indies Women at Mumbai, Women's World T20 2nd semi final, Mar 31, 2016 [Women T20I # 361]
Australia Women v England Women at Delhi, Women's World T20 1st semi final, Mar 30, 2016 [Women T20I # 360]

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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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