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Most catches in a series
Player Mat Inns Ct Max Ct/Inn
KA Pollard 8 8 14 3 1.750
(Barbados Tridents) - Caribbean Premier League (in West Indies), 2013
AJ Finch 10 10 14 4 1.400
(Yorkshire) - NatWest t20 Blast (in England), 2014
DA Miller 16 16 14 3 0.875
(Kings XI Punjab) - Pepsi Indian Premier League (in India/United Arab Emirates), 2014
DJ Bravo 18 18 14 3 0.777
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
MK Pandey 9 9 13 2 1.444
(Karnataka) - Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (in India), 2012/13
GS Ballance 12 12 13 3 1.083
(Yorkshire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2012
AB de Villiers 15 15 13 3 0.866
(Delhi Daredevils) - Indian Premier League (in South Africa), 2009
F du Plessis 15 15 13 2 0.866
(Chennai Super Kings) - Pepsi Indian Premier League (in India/United Arab Emirates), 2014
SJ Croft 17 17 13 2 0.764
(Lancashire) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
RG Sharma 17 17 13 3 0.764
(Mumbai Indians) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2012
DL Maddy 11 11 12 2 1.090
(Leicestershire) - Twenty20 Cup (in England), 2006
DKH Mitchell 13 13 12 4 0.923
(Worcestershire) - NatWest t20 Blast (in England), 2014
J du Toit 14 14 12 3 0.857
(Leicestershire) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
SK Raina 16 16 12 3 0.750
(Chennai Super Kings) - Pepsi Indian Premier League (in India/United Arab Emirates), 2014
A Symonds 16 16 12 2 0.750
(Deccan Chargers) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2009/10
AB McDonald 18 17 12 3 0.705
(Leicestershire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
KA Pollard 18 18 12 2 0.666
(Mumbai Indians) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
WR Smith 10 10 11 2 1.100
(Durham) - Twenty20 Cup (in England), 2009
DA Miller 12 12 11 2 0.916
(Dolphins) - Ram Slam T20 Challenge (in South Africa), 2013/14
DI Stevens 12 12 11 2 0.916
(Dhaka Gladiators) - Bangladesh Premier League, 2012/13
JG Cameron 13 13 11 3 0.846
(Worcestershire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
SJ Mullaney 13 13 11 2 0.846
(Nottinghamshire) - NatWest t20 Blast (in England), 2014
HH Gibbs 14 14 11 2 0.785
(Deccan Chargers) - Indian Premier League (in South Africa), 2009
GM Smith 15 14 11 2 0.785
(Derbyshire) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
M Vijay 15 15 11 2 0.733
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2009/10
JM Vince 17 15 11 3 0.733
(Hampshire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
AM Rahane 16 16 11 2 0.687
(Rajasthan Royals) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2012
AG Botha 17 17 11 3 0.647
(Warwickshire) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
SK Raina 19 18 11 2 0.611
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2012
JM Vince 6 6 10 5 1.666
(Hampshire) - Caribbean T20 (in West Indies), 2010/11
GH Dockrell 8 8 10 3 1.250
(Ireland) - ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier (in United Arab Emirates), 2013/14
PG Fulton 9 9 10 4 1.111
(Canterbury) - HRV Cup (in New Zealand), 2010/11
AK Kitchen 10 10 10 3 1.000
(Auckland) - HRV Cup (in New Zealand), 2011/12
CJL Rogers 10 10 10 3 1.000
(Derbyshire) - Twenty20 Cup (in England), 2009
MK Tiwary 10 10 10 3 1.000
(Kolkata Knight Riders) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
NT Broom 11 11 10 3 0.909
(Otago) - HRV Cup (in New Zealand), 2012/13
BJ Hodge 11 11 10 3 0.909
(Barisal Burners) - Bangladesh Premier League, 2012/13
CS MacLeod 12 11 10 2 0.909
(Durham) - NatWest t20 Blast (in England), 2014
CL White 13 13 10 3 0.769
(Sunrisers Hyderabad) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
R Clarke 15 14 10 3 0.714
(Warwickshire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
JM Vince 14 14 10 2 0.714
(Hampshire) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
SPD Smith 15 15 10 2 0.666
(Pune Warriors) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2012
KA Pollard 16 16 10 2 0.625
(Mumbai Indians) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2011
SK Raina 16 16 10 2 0.625
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2007/08
SK Raina 16 16 10 3 0.625
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2009/10
TMJ Smith 16 16 10 2 0.625
(Middlesex) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
MK Tiwary 16 16 10 2 0.625
(Kolkata Knight Riders) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2012
JJ Cobb 18 17 10 3 0.588
(Leicestershire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
SJ Croft 17 17 10 2 0.588
(Lancashire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
MEK Hussey 17 17 10 2 0.588
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
AM Rahane 18 18 10 2 0.555
(Rajasthan Royals) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013
SK Raina 18 18 10 2 0.555
(Chennai Super Kings) - Indian Premier League (in India), 2013

All figures exclude catches made as a wicketkeeper, except for matches played which is the career figure

Records includes the following recent matches:
Titans v Dolphins at Benoni, Ram Slam T20 Challenge, Nov 26, 2014 [Twenty20]
Hong Kong v Nepal at Colombo (PSS), 4th T20I, Nov 24, 2014 [T20I # 410]
Cape Cobras v Lions at Cape Town, Ram Slam T20 Challenge, Nov 23, 2014 [Twenty20]
Titans v Warriors at Centurion, Ram Slam T20 Challenge, Nov 23, 2014 [Twenty20]
Otago v Northern Districts at Wellington, Georgie Pie Super Smash, Nov 23, 2014 [Twenty20]
Wellington v Central Districts at Wellington, Georgie Pie Super Smash, Nov 23, 2014 [Twenty20]

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Gordon Greenidge is the only opening batsman to have been dismissed in the 90s in both innings of a Test match. Incidentally, this has happened to him on two occasions, versus Pakistan in 1977 and against New Zealand in 1980.

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