Records / Women's One-Day Internationals / Bowling records / Most four-wickets-in-an-innings in a career

Most four-wickets-in-an-innings (and over)
Player Span Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 4 5 4+
A Mohammed (WIWN) 2003-2016 93 715.3 93 2335 130 7/14 17.96 3.26 33.0 6 5 11
CL Fitzpatrick (AUSWN) 1993-2007 109 1002.5 188 3023 180 5/14 16.79 3.01 33.4 7 4 11
LA Fullston (AUSWN) 1982-1988 41 394.2 78 968 73 5/27 13.26 2.45 32.4 4 2 6
CL Mason (AUSWN) 1997-2001 46 394.2 81 1150 83 5/9 13.85 2.91 28.5 4 2 6
HASD Siriwardene (SLWN) 2003-2016 93 703.0 52 2639 106 4/11 24.89 3.75 39.7 6 0 6
KH Brunt (ENGWN) 2005-2016 87 725.3 109 2440 108 5/18 22.59 3.36 40.3 2 4 6
N David (INDWN) 1995-2008 97 815.2 189 2305 141 5/20 16.34 2.82 34.6 4 2 6
J Goswami (INDWN) 2002-2016 148 1198.1 212 3812 175 6/31 21.78 3.18 41.0 4 2 6
RA Birch (ENGWN) 2003-2008 37 223.4 17 830 46 5/50 18.04 3.71 29.1 4 1 5
A Shrubsole (ENGWN) 2008-2016 37 296.5 30 1231 48 5/17 25.64 4.14 37.1 4 1 5
Shaiza Khan (PAKWN) 1997-2004 40 346.0 24 1509 63 5/35 23.95 4.36 32.9 3 2 5
D van Niekerk (SAWN) 2009-2016 56 416.2 47 1396 81 5/17 17.23 3.35 30.8 3 2 5
SR Taylor (WIWN) 2008-2016 90 653.0 93 2035 108 4/17 18.84 3.11 36.2 5 0 5
N Al Khadeer (INDWN) 2002-2012 78 672.4 84 2402 100 5/14 24.02 3.57 40.3 4 1 5
AL Watkins (NZWN) 2002-2011 103 732.0 67 2856 92 4/2 31.04 3.90 47.7 5 0 5
JL Gunn (ENGWN) 2004-2016 129 881.2 90 3337 120 5/22 27.80 3.78 44.0 3 2 5
S Luus (SAWN) 2012-2016 24 132.1 4 510 36 6/36 14.16 3.85 22.0 1 3 4
LJ Harper (ENGWN) 1999-2005 25 181.1 34 538 33 5/12 16.30 2.96 32.9 3 1 4
JM Chamberlain (ENGWN) 1987-1995 39 321.2 68 805 49 7/8 16.42 2.50 39.3 2 2 4
CJ Metcalfe (IREWN) 1999-2016 48 353.5 35 1404 59 5/18 23.79 3.96 35.9 3 1 4
CA Hodges (ENGWN) 1982-1993 47 367.5 93 874 58 4/3 15.06 2.37 38.0 4 0 4
RJ Pullar (NZWN) 1997-2005 51 432.0 82 1220 74 5/7 16.48 2.82 35.0 2 2 4
DM Marathe (INDWN) 1997-2005 59 447.0 88 1250 60 4/1 20.83 2.79 44.7 4 0 4
S Ismail (SAWN) 2007-2016 59 479.4 74 1696 88 6/10 19.27 3.53 32.7 3 1 4
IT Guha (ENGWN) 2001-2011 83 627.5 85 2345 101 5/14 23.21 3.73 37.2 2 2 4
Sana Mir (PAKWN) 2005-2016 85 678.5 73 2424 93 5/32 26.06 3.57 43.7 3 1 4
Anam Amin (PAKWN) 2014-2016 13 113.0 22 331 25 4/7 13.24 2.92 27.1 3 0 3
Urooj Mumtaz (PAKWN) 2004-2009 38 180.5 6 878 36 5/33 24.38 4.85 30.1 1 2 3
TA McGregor (AUSWN) 1999-2002 26 224.0 59 631 36 4/8 17.52 2.81 37.3 3 0 3
JL Jonassen (AUSWN) 2012-2016 35 238.0 16 978 47 5/50 20.80 4.10 30.3 2 1 3
WRP Fernando (SLWN) 1997-2009 37 271.5 73 620 43 4/3 14.41 2.28 37.9 3 0 3
Sadia Yousuf (PAKWN) 2008-2016 43 332.0 33 1123 58 5/35 19.36 3.38 34.3 2 1 3
OJ Magno (AUSWN) 1995-2001 44 334.1 57 942 51 4/10 18.47 2.81 39.3 3 0 3
SP de Alwis (SLWN) 2005-2011 49 350.3 33 1256 58 4/21 21.65 3.58 36.2 3 0 3
G Sultana (INDWN) 2008-2014 50 384.4 62 1280 66 4/4 19.39 3.32 34.9 3 0 3
KM Keenan (NZWN) 1995-2000 54 450.1 70 1248 70 4/5 17.82 2.77 38.5 3 0 3
S Loubser (SAWN) 2007-2014 60 454.0 65 1392 80 5/27 17.40 3.06 34.0 2 1 3
EA Perry (AUSWN) 2007-2016 77 593.4 52 2547 105 5/19 24.25 4.29 33.9 1 2 3
HL Colvin (ENGWN) 2006-2013 72 596.1 57 2137 98 4/17 21.80 3.58 36.5 3 0 3
S Nitschke (AUSWN) 2004-2011 80 605.2 56 2170 98 7/24 22.14 3.58 37.0 2 1 3
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:
Sri Lanka Women v Australia Women at Colombo (RPS), ICC Women's Championship 4th ODI, Sep 25, 2016 [Women ODI # 995]
Sri Lanka Women v Australia Women at Colombo (RPS), ICC Women's Championship 3rd ODI, Sep 23, 2016 [Women ODI # 994]
Sri Lanka Women v Australia Women at Dambulla, ICC Women's Championship 2nd ODI, Sep 20, 2016 [Women ODI # 993]

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