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Most stumpings in a series
Player Mat Inns Dis Ct St Max Dis Inns Dis/Inn
Amin-ur-Rehman 6 6 11 2 9 3 (1ct 2st) 1.833
(Karachi Zebras) - ABN-AMRO Twenty-20 Cup (in Pakistan), 2005/06
Sultan Ahmed 8 8 13 4 9 3 (1ct 2st) 1.625
(Oman) - ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier (in United Arab Emirates), 2011/12
JN Batty 10 10 17 8 9 3 (0ct 3st) 1.700
(Surrey) - Twenty20 Cup (in England), 2006
JS Foster 18 18 13 4 9 2 (1ct 1st) 0.722
(Essex) - Friends Provident t20 (in England), 2010
P Dharmani 10 10 18 10 8 4 (3ct 1st) 1.800
(Punjab) - Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament (in India), 2006/07
AC Gilchrist 16 16 18 10 8 3 (1ct 2st) 1.125
(Deccan Chargers) - Indian Premier League (in South Africa), 2009
GD Cross 17 17 18 10 8 3 (2ct 1st) 1.058
(Lancashire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
Anamul Haque 7 6 11 4 7 4 (1ct 3st) 1.833
(Prime Bank Cricket Club) - Victory Day T20 Cup (in Bangladesh), 2013/14
I Massalage 6 6 14 7 7 3 (2ct 1st) 2.333
(Panadura Sports Club) - CSN Premier Clubs T20 Tournament (in Sri Lanka), 2011/12
Kamran Akmal 7 7 8 1 7 4 (0ct 4st) 1.142
(Pakistan) - ICC World Twenty20 (in England), 2009
RR Deb 8 8 14 7 7 3 (2ct 1st) 1.750
(Railways) - Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament (in India), 2006/07
BJM Scott 13 13 14 7 7 5 (3ct 2st) 1.076
(Worcestershire) - Friends Life t20 (in England), 2011
RV Uthappa 16 15 8 1 7 2 (1ct 1st) 0.533
(Kolkata Knight Riders) - Pepsi Indian Premier League (in India/United Arab Emirates), 2014

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

Records includes the following recent matches:
Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars at Perth, Big Bash League 2nd semi final, Jan 25, 2015 [Twenty20]
Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers at Adelaide, Big Bash League 1st semi final, Jan 24, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder at Sydney, Big Bash League, Jan 22, 2015 [Twenty20]

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