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List of women's One Day International cricket records

This is a list of Women's One-Day International cricket records, that is, record team and individual performances in Women's One Day International matches.

Key

Team notation

  • (300/3) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets and the innings was closed, either due to a successful run chase or if no overs remained (or are able) to be bowled. * (300) indicates that a team scored 300 runs and was all out, either by losing all ten wickets or by having one or more batters unable to bat and losing the remaining wickets.

Batting notation

  • (100) indicates that a batter scored 100 runs and was out.
  • (100*) indicates that a batter scored 100 runs and was not out.

Bowling notation

  • (5/100) indicates that a bowler has captured five wickets while giving away 100 runs.

Current players

  • Current international cricket players have their names in bold text

World Cup records

Records set at a World Cup have a light blue background

Team records

Team wins, losses and ties

Most wins

Teams are sorted by most wins, then fewest matches, then by alphabetical order.

Ranking Team Span Matches Won Lost Tied NR %Win
1  Australia 1973–2024 370 294 67 2 7 81.26
2  England 1973–2024 392 231 146 2 13 61.21
3  New Zealand 1973–2024 382 187 184 3 8 50.40
4  India 1978–2024 309 167 136 2 4 55.08
5  South Africa 1997–2024 244 126 102 5 11 55.15
6  West Indies 1979–2024 221 96 113 3 9 45.99
7  Sri Lanka 1997–2024 187 64 115 0 8 35.75
8  Pakistan 1997–2024 209 59 143 3 4 29.51
9  Ireland 1987–2024 173 49 116 1 7 29.81
10  Netherlands 1984–2023 110 20 89 0 1 18.34
11  Bangladesh 2011–2024 66 17 42 2 5 29.50
12  Thailand 2022–2023 9 8 1 0 0 88.88
13  Denmark 1989–1999 33 6 27 0 0 18.18
14  Scotland 2001–2024 13 4 9 0 0 30.76
15  Zimbabwe 2021–2024 17 4 12 1 0 26.47
16  International XI 1973–1982 18 3 14 0 1 17.64
17  Trinidad and Tobago 1973–1973 6 2 4 0 0 33.33
18  Jamaica 1973–1973 5 1 4 0 0 20.00
19  Papua New Guinea 2024–2024 5 1 4 0 0 20.00
20 Young England 1973–1973 6 1 5 0 0 16.66
21  United States 2024–2024 2 0 2 0 0 0.00
22  Japan 2003–2003 5 0 5 0 0 0.00
The win percentage excludes no results and counts ties (irrespective of a tiebreaker) as half a win.

Last updated: 21 June 2024.[1]

Most consecutive wins

Wins Team First win Last win
26  Australia  India at Reliance Stadium, Vadodara on 12 March 2018  India at Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay on 24 September 2021
17  South Africa at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on 12 December 1997  South Africa at Allan Border Field, Brisbane on 7 February 1999
16  New Zealand at Basin Reserve, Wellington on 25 February 1999  South Africa at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln on 18 December 2000
 India  Australia at Bellerive Oval, Hobart on 7 February 2016  Ireland at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom on 15 May 2017
15  Australia  England at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide on 3 February 2022  Pakistan at North Sydney Oval, Sydney on 21 January 2023


Last updated: 29 July 2023.[2]

Most consecutive defeats

Losses Team First loss Last loss
22  Netherlands  Ireland at Miskin Manor Cricket Club Ground, Glamorgan on 19 August 2005  Ireland at Colts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo on 26 April 2011
20  Denmark at Mikkelberg-Kunst-und-Cricket Center, Hattstedt on 26 July 1998  Pakistan at National Stadium, Karachi on 14 April 2001
19  Sri Lanka  West Indies at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 18 May 2015  India at P Sara Oval, Colombo on 7 February 2017
15  Pakistan  New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch on 28 January 1997  Ireland at College Park, Dublin on 1 August 2000
 West Indies at Karachi Gymkhana, Karachi on 29 March 2004  South Africa at Sinovich Park, Pretoria on 26 January 2007
Last updated: 9 October 2019.[3]

Tied matches

# Date First innings Second innings Venue Ref
1 10 January 1982  New Zealand 147/9 (60 overs)  England 147/8 (60 overs) Cornwall Park, Auckland [4]
2 2 February 1982  England 167/8 (60 overs)  Australia 167/10 (60 overs) Christ's College, Christchurch [5]
3 17 December 1997  New Zealand 176/9 (50 overs)  India 176/10 (49.1 overs) Nehru Stadium, Indore [6]
4 23 October 2009  South Africa 180/6 (50 overs)  West Indies 180/8 (50 overs) Newlands, Cape Town [7]
5 27 November 2016  Australia 242/10 (49.5 overs)  South Africa 242/10 (50 overs) Coffs Harbour International Stadium, Coffs Harbour [8]
6 12 May 2019  South Africa 265/6 (50 overs)  Pakistan 265/9 (50 overs) Willowmoore Park, Benoni [9]
7 19 September 2021  West Indies 192/5 (50 overs)  South Africa 192/7 (50 overs) Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound [10]
8 31 January 2022  South Africa 160 (40.4 overs)  West Indies 160 (37.4 overs) The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg [11]
9 22 July 2023  Bangladesh 225/4 (50 overs)  India 225 (49.3 overs) Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur [12]
10 7 November 2023  Bangladesh 169/9 (50 overs)  Pakistan 169 (49.5 overs) Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur [13]
11 18 December 2023  New Zealand 251/8 (50 overs)  Pakistan 251/9 (50 overs) Hagley Oval, Christchurch [14]
12 21 January 2024  Zimbabwe 227/9 (50 overs)  Ireland 202/9 (43 overs) Harare Sports Club, Harare [15]
indicates that the team won a Super Over.

Last updated 8 February 2024.[16]

Team scoring records

Highest innings totals

Score Batting team Opposition Venue Date Ref.
491/4 (50 overs)  New Zealand  Ireland YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin 8 June 2018 [17]
455/5 (50 overs)  Pakistan Hagley Oval, Christchurch 29 January 1997 [18]
440/3 (50 overs)  Ireland Castle Avenue, Dublin 13 June 2018 [19]
418 (49.5 overs) The Vineyard, Dublin 10 June 2018 [20]
412/3 (50 overs)  Australia  Pakistan Middle Income Group Club Ground, Bandra, Mumbai 16 December 1997 [21]
Last updated: 29 July 2023.[22]

Highest aggregate runs in a single match

Runs Teams Venue Date Ref.
678/14  England (373/5) v  South Africa (305/9) County Ground, Bristol 5 July 2017 [23]
646/9  India (325/3) v  South Africa (321/6) M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 19 June 2024 [24]
641/15  Australia (356/5) v  England (258/10) Hagley Oval, Christchurch 3 April 2022 [25]
635/14  New Zealand (491/4) v  Ireland (144/10) (35.3 overs) YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin 8 June 2018 [17]
633/17  England (371/7) v  South Africa (262/10) (45.4 overs) Grace Road, Leicester 18 July 2022 [26]
Updated: 19 June 2024.[27]

Greatest win margin (by runs)

Margin Teams Venue Date Ref.
408 runs  New Zealand (455/5) beat  Pakistan (47) (23 overs) Hagley Oval, Christchurch 29 January 1997 [18]
374 runs  Australia (397/4) beat  Pakistan (23) (24.1 overs) Wesley Cricket Ground, Melbourne 7 February 1997 [28]
363 runs  Australia (412/3) beat  Denmark (49) (25.5 overs) Middle Income Group Club Ground, Bandra, Mumbai 16 December 1997 [21]
347 runs  New Zealand (491/4) beat  Ireland (144) (35.3 overs) YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin 8 June 2018 [17]
306 runs  New Zealand (418) beat  Ireland (112) (35.3 overs) The Vineyard, Dublin 10 June 2018 [20]
Last updated: 29 July 2023.[29]

Highest successful chases

Score Batting team Opposition Venue Date Ref.
305/4 (44.3 overs)  Sri Lanka  South Africa JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom 17 April 2024 [30]
289/6 (46.4 overs)  Australia  New Zealand North Sydney Oval, Sydney 14 December 2012 [31]
285/4 (46.3 overs)  India Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 28 December 2023 [32]
280/7 (49.1 overs)  New Zealand John Davies Oval, Queenstown 18 February 2022 [33]
280/4 (49.3 overs)  Australia  India Eden Park, Auckland 19 March 2022 [34]
Updated: 17 April 2024[35]

Lowest innings totals

Score Batting team Opposition Venue Date Ref.
22 (23.4 overs)  Netherlands  West Indies Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer 9 July 2008 [36]
23 (24.1 overs)  Pakistan  Australia Wesley College, Melbourne 7 February 1997 [28]
24 (21.3 overs)  Scotland  England Bradfield College, Reading 10 August 2001 [37]
26 (19.1 overs)  India  New Zealand Grainville Cricket Ground, Saint Saviour 11 July 2002 [38]
27 (13.4 overs)  Pakistan  Australia Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad 14 December 1997 [39]
Updated: 1 August 2019[40]

Batting records

Run records

Mithali Raj is the leading run-scorer in ODIs.
Most career runs
Runs Batter Innings Average 100s 50s Period
7,805 India Mithali Raj 211 50.68 7 64 1999–2022
5,992 England Charlotte Edwards 180 38.16 9 46 1997–2016
5,673 New Zealand Suzie Bates 154 41.10 13 34 2006–2024
5,641 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor 151 43.72 7 41 2008–2024
4,844 Australia Belinda Clark 114 47.49 5 30 1991–2005
Last updated: 1 April 2024[41]
Most runs against each opponent
Opposition Player Runs Innings Period Ref.
 Australia New Zealand Debbie Hockley 1,664 51 1982–2000 [70]
 Bangladesh South Africa Lizelle Lee 712 14 2013–2018 [71]
 England India Mithali Raj 2,005 54 1999–2022 [72]
 India England Charlotte Edwards 1,102 39 1999–2014 [73]
 Ireland South Africa Laura Wolvaardt 520 9 2016–2022 [74]
 Netherlands Thailand Natthakan Chantam 396 6 2022–2023 [75]
 New Zealand Australia Belinda Clark 2,272 53 1991–2005 [76]
 Pakistan Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor 1,270 27 2009–2024 [77]
 South Africa England Charlotte Edwards 1,318 31 1997–2016 [78]
 Scotland Netherlands Pauline te Beest 181 2 2001–2003 [79]
 Sri Lanka India Mithali Raj 1,103 22 2004–2018 [80]
 Thailand Netherlands Babette de Leede 164 6 2022–2023 [81]
 West Indies New Zealand Suzie Bates 736 20 2009–2022 [82]
 Zimbabwe Ireland Gaby Lewis 378 7 2021–2024 [83]
Last Updated: 8 February 2024.

50s and 100s

Averages

Highest average in each batting position
Batting Position Batter Average Innings Runs Period Ref.
Opener New Zealand Debbie Hockley 54.54 54 2,400 1987–2000 [88]
Number 3 Australia Meg Lanning 61.66 70 3,453 2012–2023 [89]
Number 4 Australia Ellyse Perry 59.87 52 1,976 2008–2023 [90]
Number 5 South Africa Marizanne Kapp 37.96 44 1,177 2010–2024 [91]
Number 6 India Deepti Sharma 40.00 25 560 2015–2024 [92]
Number 7 South Africa Chloe Tryon 29.90 27 628 2013–2024 [93]
Number 8 New Zealand Nicola Browne 33.92 21 441 2003–2013 [94]
Number 9 India Jhulan Goswami 19.35 32 329 2002–2022 [95]
Number 10 Cricket West Indies Anisa Mohammed 15.20 31 228 2003–2022 [96]
Number 11 Cricket West Indies Shamilia Connell 11.85 22 83 2014–2023 [97]
Qualification: 20 innings.

Last updated: 8 February 2024.

Boundaries

Other batting records

Bowling records

Jhulan Goswami is the leading wicket-taker in ODIs.

Wickets

Most career wickets
Wickets Bowler Innings Average Strike rate Period
255 India Jhulan Goswami 203 22.04 39.23 2002–2022
191 South Africa Shabnim Ismail 126 19.55 32.30 2007–2022
180 Australia Cathryn Fitzpatrick 109 16.79 33.42 1993–2007
Cricket West Indies Anisa Mohammed 134 20.75 34.73 2003–2022
170 England Katherine Sciver-Brunt 139 24.00 40.27 2004–2022
Last updated: 15 February 2023.[102]
Best bowling in a match
Figures Bowler Opposition Venue Date Ref.
7/4 (8.0 overs) Pakistan Sajjida Shah  Japan Sportpark Drieburg, Amsterdam 21 July 2003 [103]
7/8 (9.0 overs) England Jo Chamberlain  Denmark Sportpark Koninklijke, Haarlem 19 July 1991 [104]
7/14 (8.3 overs) Cricket West Indies Anisa Mohammed  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka 26 November 2011 [105]
7/22 (10.0 overs) Australia Ellyse Perry  England St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury 7 July 2019 [106]
7/24 (7.4 overs) Australia Shelley Nitschke Chester Road North Ground, Kidderminster 19 August 2005 [107]
Last updated: 29 July 2023.[108]
Most wickets in a calendar year
Wickets Bowler Innings Year
37 Cricket West Indies Anisa Mohammed 13 2011
South Africa Shabnim Ismail 16 2022
South Africa Suné Luus 22 2016
36 Australia Charmaine Mason 15 2000
34 England Sophie Ecclestone 20 2022
Updated: 15 February 2023.[109]

Wicket hauls and hat-tricks

Averages

Other bowling records

Most maiden overs
Maidens Bowler Overs Innings Period
265 India Jhulan Goswami 1,667.3 203 2002–2022
205 England Clare Taylor 856.4 104 1988–2005
189 India Neetu David 815.2 97 1995–2008
188 Australia Cathryn Fitzpatrick 1,002.5 109 1993–2007
157 England Katherine Sciver-Brunt 1,141.1 139 2005–2022
Last updated: 9 September 2023.[115]

Fielding and wicketkeeping records

Fielding

Most catches by a fielder
Catches Fielder Innings Ct/Inn Period
80 New Zealand Suzie Bates 155 0.516 2006–2023
69 India Jhulan Goswami 203 0.339 2002–2022
68 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor 153 0.444 2008–2023
64 India Mithali Raj 231 0.277 1999–2022
57 New Zealand Amy Satterthwaite 143 0.398 2007–2022
The list excludes catches made as wicket-keeper.

Last updated: 8 February 2024.[116]

Wicketkeeping

Most dismissals
Dismissals Wicket-keeper Innings Catches Stumpings Dis/Inn Period
182 South Africa Trisha Chetty 131 131 51 1.389 2007–2022
136 England Sarah Taylor 116 85 51 1.172 2006–2019
133 New Zealand Rebecca Rolls 101 89 44 1.316 1997–2007
114 England Jane Smit 106 69 45 1.075 1993–2007
102 Cricket West Indies Merissa Aguilleira 103 76 26 0.990 2008–2018
Innings refers to when the player was the designated keeper. All figures exclude catches not made as a wicketkeeper.

Last updated: 22 July 2023.[117]

Most stumpings in an innings
Stumpings Wicket-keeper Opponent Date Ref.
5 India Venkatacher Kalpana  Denmark 29 July 1993 [120]
5 India Karu Jain  New Zealand 13 March 2006 [121]
4 India Anju Jain  West Indies 26 February 2004 [122]
4 Pakistan Batool Fatima  West Indies 23 March 2004 [123]
4 Ireland Jean Carroll  Netherlands 24 February 2008 [124]
4 Pakistan Najiha Alvi  Bangladesh 7 November 2023 [13]
Last updated: 8 February 2024.[125]

Partnership records

Overall

Total partnership runs
Runs Batters Batting team Innings Highest Average 100s 50s Period
3,339 Belinda Clark & Lisa Keightley  Australia 67 219 52.17 10 16 1995–2005
2,530 Deandra Dottin & Stafanie Taylor  West Indies 60 151* 47.73 6 12 2008–2022
2,513 Lizelle Lee & Laura Wolvaardt  South Africa 55 169 46.53 7 15 2016–2022
2,425 Suzie Bates & Amy Satterthwaite  New Zealand 53 174* 49.48 9 11 2007–2022
2,188 Charlotte Edwards & Sarah Taylor  England 58 177 39.07 5 10 2000–2011
An asterisk (*) signifies an unbroken partnership (i.e. neither of the batter was dismissed before either the end of the allotted overs or the required score being reached). Last updated: 13 February 2023[126]

Partnership by any wicket

Runs Wicket First player Second player Team Opposition Date Ref.
320 1st Deepti Sharma Punam Raut  India  Ireland 15 May 2017 [52]
295 2nd Amelia Kerr Leigh Kasperek  New Zealand  Ireland 13 June 2018 [19]
275 2nd Tammy Beaumont Sarah Taylor  England  South Africa 5 May 2017 [23]
268 1st Sarah Taylor Caroline Atkins  England  South Africa 8 August 2008 [127]
262 2nd Haidee Tiffen Suzie Bates  New Zealand  Pakistan 19 March 2009 [128]
Last updated: 27 July 2023.[129]

Partnership by wicket

Wicket Runs First Player Second Player Team Opposition Date Refs.
1st 320 Deepti Sharma (188) Punam Raut (109*)  India  Ireland 15 May 2017 [52][130]
2nd 295 Amelia Kerr (232*) Leigh Kasperek (113)  New Zealand  Ireland 13 June 2018 [19][131]
3rd 244 Karen Rolton (151) Lisa Sthalekar (100*)  Australia  Ireland 31 July 2005 [132][133]
4th 224* Johmari Logtenberg (153*) Mignon du Preez (81*)  South Africa  Netherlands 5 August 2007 [134][135]
5th 188* Claire Taylor (137*) Jane Smit (63*)  England  Sri Lanka 12 December 2000 [136][137]
6th 142 Suné Luus (52) Chloe Tryon (92)  South Africa  Ireland 5 August 2016 [138][139]
7th 130* Amy Jones (92*) Charlie Dean (42*)  England  New Zealand 1 April 2024 [140][141]
8th 88 Nilakshi de Silva (45) Oshadi Ranasinghe (51*)  Sri Lanka  England 16 March 2019 [64][142]
9th 77 Ashleigh Gardner (35) Kim Garth (42*)  Australia  South Africa 7 February 2024 [66][143]
10th 77 Alex Blackwell (90) Kristen Beams (11*)  Australia  India 20 July 2017 [59][144]

Updated: 1 April 2024.[145]

Other records

All-round

List of players to make 1000 runs, 50 wickets and 50 catches
Player Matches Runs Wickets Catches Period
England Charlotte Edwards 191 5,992 54 52 1997–2016
India Jhulan Goswami 204 1,228 255 69 2002–2022
New Zealand Suzie Bates 160 5,673 78 80 2006–2024
New Zealand Amy Satterthwaite 145 4,639 50 57 2007–2022
Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor 157 5,641 155 68 2008–2024
South Africa Dane van Niekerk 107 2,175 138 56 2009–2021
Last updated: 8 February 2024.[146]

Appearances

Mithali Raj, the player to play in more ODI matches than any other and with the most matches as captain.
Most matches played
Rank Matches Name Runs Wkts Period
1 232 India Mithali Raj 7,805 8 1999–2022
2 204 India Jhulan Goswami 1,228 255 2002–2022
3 191 England Charlotte Edwards 5,992 54 1997–2016
4 160 New Zealand Suzie Bates 5,673 78 2006–2024
5 157 Cricket West Indies Stafanie Taylor 5,641 155 2008–2024
Last updated: 8 February 2024.[147]
Most consecutive career matches
Matches Player Period
109 India Mithali Raj 2004–2013
101 South Africa Mignon du Preez 2009–2018
91* England Tammy Beaumont 2016–2024
87 India Harmanpreet Kaur 2010–2019
72 New Zealand Catherine Campbell 1993–2000

[*] indicates a streak in progress. Last updated: 29 May 2024.[148]

Age

Captaincy

Most matches as captain
Matches Player Won Lost Tied NR Won% Period
155 India Mithali Raj 89 63 0 3 58.55 2004–2022
117 England Charlotte Edwards 72 38 0 7 65.45 2005–2016
101 Australia Belinda Clark 83 17 0 1 83.00 1994–2005
85 England Heather Knight 57 25 0 3 69.51 2016–2024
78 Australia Meg Lanning 69 8 1 0 88.46 2014–2023
Last updated: 29 May 2024.[159]

Player awards

See also

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