Player Span Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 5 HW % Wkts
ME Maclagan (EngWn) 1934-1951 14 3432 935 60 7/10 15.58 3 2 3.33
Sharmeen Khan (PkWmn) 1998-2000 2 211 129 5 3/23 25.80 0 1 20.00
G Banerji (IndWn) 1984-1991 12 329 137 8 6/9 17.12 1 1 12.50
MI Taylor (EngWn) 1934-1937 7 627 161 9 3/6 17.88 0 1 11.11
JE Partridge (EngWn) 1934-1935 4 637 275 12 6/96 22.91 1 1 8.33
D Weyers (SAWmn) 1972-1972 3 660 204 5 3/33 40.80 0 1 20.00
JG Lamason (NZWmn) 1948-1954 4 739 264 8 4/51 33.00 0 1 12.50
ER Vigor (EngWn) 1963-1966 5 1204 266 13 3/24 20.46 0 1 7.69
DI Macfarlane (EngWn) 1957-1963 7 1616 428 14 4/82 30.57 0 1 7.14
LA Larsen (AusWn) 1984-1992 15 2124 487 26 4/33 18.73 0 1 3.84
GE McConway (EngWn) 1984-1987 14 3826 1019 40 7/34 25.47 2 1 2.50

Records include the following recent matches:
India Women v South Africa Women at Mysore, Only Test, Nov 16-19, 2014 [Women Test # 137]
England Women v India Women at Wormsley, Only Test, Aug 13-16, 2014 [Women Test # 136]
Australia Women v England Women at Perth, Only Test, Jan 10-13, 2014 [Women Test # 135]

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