Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 stumped % Wkts
Sadia Yousuf (PkWmn) 2010-2014 35 718 623 40 4/9 15.57 0 13 32.50
SF Daley (WiWmn) 2009-2014 64 1291 1042 70 5/15 14.88 1 12 17.14
Nida Dar (PkWmn) 2010-2014 47 781 678 36 3/12 18.83 0 11 30.55
P Roy (IndWn) 2009-2011 15 269 262 21 5/16 12.47 1 10 47.61
LA Marsh (EngWn) 2007-2012 55 1231 1073 51 3/17 21.03 0 9 17.64
A Mohammed (WiWmn) 2008-2014 67 1352 1177 80 5/10 14.71 2 9 11.25
D van Niekerk (SAWmn) 2009-2014 41 669 592 30 3/10 19.73 0 8 26.66
S Loubser (SAWmn) 2007-2014 42 790 802 29 3/22 27.65 0 8 27.58
S Nitschke (AusWn) 2005-2011 36 768 705 43 4/21 16.39 0 7 16.27
HASD Siriwardene (SLWmn) 2010-2014 40 828 754 43 4/21 17.53 0 7 16.27
SR Taylor (WiWmn) 2008-2014 55 973 868 54 3/10 16.07 0 7 12.96
Sana Mir (PkWmn) 2009-2014 52 1067 912 44 4/13 20.72 0 7 15.90
LC Sthalekar (AusWn) 2005-2013 54 1196 1161 60 4/18 19.35 0 7 11.66
Salma Khatun (BDWmn) 2012-2014 23 475 330 26 4/6 12.69 0 6 23.07
DN Wyatt (EngWn) 2010-2014 53 705 666 46 4/11 14.47 0 6 13.04
G Sultana (IndWn) 2008-2014 37 797 762 29 3/17 26.27 0 6 20.68
D Hazell (EngWn) 2009-2014 57 1296 1112 61 4/12 18.22 0 6 9.83
Khadija Tul Kubra (BDWmn) 2012-2014 15 272 276 14 3/14 19.71 0 5 35.71
EM Bermingham (NZWmn) 2010-2013 17 348 314 21 2/12 14.95 0 5 23.80
Bismah Maroof (PkWmn) 2009-2014 51 409 344 21 3/21 16.38 0 5 23.80
LR Doolan (NZWmn) 2008-2013 33 600 602 28 3/16 21.50 0 5 17.85
EA Osborne (AusWn) 2009-2014 44 882 858 40 4/19 21.45 0 5 12.50
JL Gunn (EngWn) 2004-2014 82 941 982 53 5/18 18.52 1 5 9.43
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 South Africa Women at Colombo (Colts), 1st T20I, Oct 23, 2014 [Women T20I # 287]
West Indies Women v New Zealand Women at Kingstown, 3rd T20I, Sep 27, 2014 [Women T20I # 286]
West Indies Women v New Zealand Women at Kingstown, 2nd T20I, Sep 25, 2014 [Women T20I # 285]

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