Records / Women's One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Most runs in a career without a hundred

Most runs in a career without a hundred
Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
SJ McGlashan (NZWN) 2002-2016 134 125 16 2438 97* 22.36 0 11 14
DJS Dottin (WIWN) 2008-2016 90 85 9 2150 95 28.28 0 16 7
NJ Browne (NZWN) 2002-2014 125 102 28 2002 63 27.05 0 10 9
T Chetty (SAWN) 2007-2016 76 70 12 1835 90 31.63 0 12 5
Bismah Maroof (PAKWN) 2006-2016 79 77 8 1808 99 26.20 0 10 5
A Jain (INDWN) 1993-2005 65 65 7 1729 90 29.81 0 12 6
HASD Siriwardene (SLWN) 2003-2016 93 89 4 1613 68 18.97 0 7 6
EA Perry (AUSWN) 2007-2016 73 53 18 1487 90* 42.48 0 13 4
JL Gunn (ENGWN) 2004-2016 129 98 25 1460 73 20.00 0 5 9
MR Aguilleira (WIWN) 2008-2016 89 79 9 1412 71 20.17 0 6 8
MF Fahey (NZWN) 2003-2010 54 53 2 1403 91 27.50 0 14 6
HC Knight (ENGWN) 2010-2016 57 53 12 1330 79 32.43 0 10 6
LK Newton (ENGWN) 1997-2007 73 68 4 1324 79 20.68 0 9 9
JE Cameron (AUSWN) 2009-2015 50 43 9 1265 90* 37.20 0 9 3
CM Beggs (IREWN) 1995-2008 61 59 10 1217 78* 24.83 0 7 5
N Payne (NLWmn/NZWN) 1988-2003 65 64 7 1178 93 20.66 0 4 6
JM Fields (AUSWN) 2006-2013 67 50 9 1162 64* 28.34 0 5 3
ZJ Goss (AUSWN) 1987-2000 65 47 10 1099 96* 29.70 0 7 4
CJ Connor (ENGWN) 1995-2005 93 77 11 1087 85* 16.46 0 5 9
Sana Mir (PAKWN) 2005-2016 84 79 12 1078 52 16.08 0 2 7
CMA Shillington (IREWN) 1997-2014 79 69 6 1062 95* 16.85 0 6 10
M Jones (AUSWN) 1997-2005 61 54 6 1028 58 21.41 0 4 2
H Kala (INDWN) 1999-2008 78 59 10 1023 65 20.87 0 3 3
WHD Fernando (SLWN) 1997-2010 60 59 11 1015 78* 21.14 0 3 5
LE Kaushalya (SLWN) 2005-2016 75 72 7 1013 59 15.58 0 4 9
J Smit (ENGWN) 1993-2007 109 81 25 1003 91 17.91 0 4 7
J Broadbent (AUSWN) 1990-2000 60 43 8 993 85 28.37 0 6 2
CNIM Joyce (IREWN) 2001-2014 47 44 3 965 78* 23.53 0 3 6
R Dhar (INDWN) 2003-2012 78 60 11 961 92* 19.61 0 6 8
SA Fritz (SAWN) 2003-2014 59 51 6 959 68 21.31 0 5 5
SF Daley (WIWN) 2008-2014 64 57 11 941 63 20.45 0 3 4
A Sharma (INDWN) 2002-2014 116 73 18 926 51* 16.83 0 1 8
PG Raut (INDWN) 2009-2016 39 39 2 914 80 24.70 0 7 5
BJ Haggett (AUSWN) 1986-1993 37 34 4 913 80 30.43 0 6 1
J Goswami (INDWN) 2002-2016 148 89 23 901 57 13.65 0 1 16
CA Salomons (NLWmn) 1995-2011 51 48 4 894 89 20.31 0 5 6
LDVV Silva (SLWN) 2000-2010 42 42 0 884 78 21.04 0 6 2
J Clark (NZWN) 1985-1992 31 31 1 875 85 29.16 0 7 3
Sajjida Shah (PAKWN) 2000-2009 60 59 5 863 52 15.98 0 1 2
MADD Surangika (SLWN) 2006-2016 70 61 14 859 43* 18.27 0 0 6
CR Seneviratna (SLWN) 1997-2013 80 70 14 832 56 14.85 0 1 12
D Emerson (AUSWN) 1982-1987 21 21 1 820 84 41.00 0 8 3
D van Niekerk (SAWN) 2009-2016 56 44 15 810 55* 27.93 0 2 2
RL Haynes (AUSWN) 2009-2013 33 28 3 782 83 31.28 0 6 2
PRCS Kumarihami (SLWN) 2004-2015 59 57 1 776 58 13.85 0 2 8
SACA King (WIWN) 2008-2016 62 52 4 745 70 15.52 0 1 7
KL Pulford (NZWN) 1999-2010 46 40 0 743 95 18.57 0 3 4
Asmavia Iqbal (PAKWN) 2005-2016 80 70 20 742 44* 14.84 0 0 8
IMHC Joyce (IREWN) 1999-2014 67 54 5 740 67* 15.10 0 2 8
SJ Tsukigawa (NZWN) 2006-2009 42 39 6 730 78* 22.12 0 2 4
HW Rambaldo (NLWmn) 1998-2011 46 46 0 723 67 15.71 0 1 4
KE Flavell (NZWN) 1988-1996 38 33 9 719 54 29.95 0 2 1
KM Leng (ENGWN) 1995-2003 56 50 5 711 80 15.80 0 1 7
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:
England Women v Pakistan Women at Worcester, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Jun 22, 2016 [Women ODI # 984]
England Women v Pakistan Women at Leicester, ICC Women's Championship 1st ODI, Jun 20-21, 2016 [Women ODI # 983]
South Africa Women v West Indies Women at East London, ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Feb 29, 2016 [Women ODI # 982]

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