List of five-wicket hauls in women's One Day International cricket

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Anisa Mohammed in November 2014.
Anisa Mohammed is the only player to take five five-wicket hauls in women's ODIs.[1]

A women's One Day International (ODI) is an international cricket match between two teams, each having ODI status, as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC).[2] In a women's ODI match, the two teams play a single innings, each of which is restricted to a maximum of 50 overs.[3] The first women's ODI matches were played as part of the 1973 Women's Cricket World Cup held in England,[4] two years after the first men's One Day International was contested between Australia and England in January 1971.[5]

A five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[6][7] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[8] The first two five-wicket hauls in women's ODIs was taken on 23 June 1973, as part of the Women's World Cup.[9] Australia's Tina Macpherson and New Zealand's Glenys Page both achieved the feat as part of their team's victories over Young England and Trinidad and Tobago respectively.[10][11] Macpherson and Page are two of only five players to take a five-wicket haul during their ODI debut. The others being India's Purnima Choudhary, Laura Harper of England and Felicity Leydon-Davis from New Zealand.[12]

The most recent five-wicket haul was taken by Holly Huddleston of New Zealand against Sri Lanka at the Bristol County Ground in Bristol during the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup.[13][14] Suthershini Sivanantham has taken the most economical five-wicket haul with an economy rate of just 0.21.[15] Bowling for Sri Lanka, she took five wickets for just two runs against Pakistan at Moors Sports Club Ground in Colombo in January 2002.[16] The least economical five-wicket haul was taken by Pakistan's Qanita Jalil with an economy rate of 6.20.[17] Despite taking 5/62 off her 10 overs at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur during the 2006 Women's Asia Cup, the match was lost to India – one of only eight occurrences that did not result in a victory to the team taking the five-wicket haul.[18] There have been two occasions where two five-wicket hauls have been taken in the same match.[19] The first was during the 2005 Women's Cricket World Cup in South Africa. India's Neetu David took figures of 5/32 in the first innings with Louise Milliken of New Zealand taking 5/25 to lead her side to victory.[20] The other was during the 2007 Women's European Cricket Championship in Deventer where Annemarie Tanke of the Netherlands finished with 5/40. In reply, Ciara Metcalfe returned career best figures of 5/18 to help steer Ireland to victory.[21][22]

Anisa Mohammed of the West Indies tops the list as the only bowler to have achieved the feat five times. She is followed by Katherine Brunt of England and Australian Cathryn Fitzpatrick with four five-wicket hauls and South Africa's Suné Luus and New Zealand's Holly Huddleston with three.[1] Fitzpatrick is also the oldest player to achieve the milestone, taking her final five-wicket haul seven days short of her 38th birthday.[23] Four bowlers have taken a seven-wicket haul in a women's ODI, with Pakistan's Sajjida Shah returning the best figures in the format with seven wickets for just four runs.[24][25] Playing in the 2003 IWCC Trophy against Japan in their debut ODI match,[26] Shah is also youngest the bowler, aged just 15 years and 168 days, to take five wickets in an innings.[27] The other three to take seven wickets are Jo Chamberlain of England who took 7/8 against Denmark during the 1991 European Women's Cricket Championship;[28] Anisa Mohammed who took 7/14 in a player of the match performance to help the West Indies win the final of the 2011 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament against Pakistan[29] and Australia's Shelley Nitschke who finished with 7/24 in the second ODI against England during the 2005 Women's Ashes series.[30] A further eight players have taken a six-wicket haul.[31]

As of 24 June 2017, from a total of 1,057 matches,[32] a total of 95 five-wicket hauls have been taken by 67 different players in women's ODIs.[33] Players from every the team that currently hold ODI status – with the exception of Bangladesh – have taken five-wicket hauls.[a] Of the teams that have previously held ODI status only the Netherlands have had a player take five wickets in an innings.[b] No players from teams that no longer play ODIs have achieved the feat.[c] England lead the list with 20 five-wicket hauls, followed by Australia and New Zealand both with 17.[35] Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln, New Zealand leads the list of where the most five-wicket hauls have been taken with nine, well ahead of the Caribbean grounds of Arnos Vale Stadium and Warner Park with three each.[36]

Key

Key
Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was player of the match
Date Day on which the match was held
Inn Innings in which the five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled
Runs Number of runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Econ Runs conceded per over
Batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken
Result Result for the team for which the five-wicket haul was taken

Five-wicket hauls

Women's One Day International cricket five-wicket hauls[d]
No. Bowler Date Ground Team Opposition Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Macpherson, TinaTina Macpherson[e] 23 June 1973 Dean Park Cricket Ground, Bournemouth, England  Australia England Young England 1 12 14 5 1.16 Won[10]
2 Page, GlenysGlenys Page[e] 23 June 1973 Clarence Park, St Albans, England  New Zealand  Trinidad and Tobago 2 6.2 20 6 3.15 Won[11]
3 Lord, JackieJackie Lord[e] 14 January 1982 Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand  New Zealand  India 2 8 10 6 1.25 Won[37]
4 Fullston, LynLyn Fullston[e] (1/2) 28 January 1982 Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand 2 12 27 5 2.25 Won[38]
5 Owens, JennyJenny Owens[e] 1 July 1987 College Park, Dublin, Ireland  Australia  Ireland 2 10.2 29 5 2.80 Won[39]
6 Fullston, LynLyn Fullston[e] (2/2) 14 December 1988 Carey Baptist Grammar School Oval No. 2, Melbourne, Australia  Australia  Netherlands 2 12 28 5 2.33 Won[40]
7 Chamberlain, JoJo Chamberlaindagger (1/2) 21 July 1989 Nykøbing Mors Cricket Club Ground, Nykøbing Mors, Denmark  England  Ireland 2 10.4 18 5 1.68 Won[41]
8 Gunn, KarenKaren Gunn[e] 10 February 1990 Hutt Recreation Ground, Lower Hutt, New Zealand  New Zealand  Australia 1 9 22 5 2.44 Won[42]
9 Bray, SusanSusan Bray[e] 18 July 1990 Leicester Ivanhoe Cricket Club Ground, Kirby Muxloe, England  Ireland  Denmark 2 11 27 5 2.45 Won[43]
10 Smith, GillianGillian Smith[e] (1/2) 19 July 1990 John Player Ground, Nottingham, England  England  Denmark 2 5.3 15 5 2.72 Won[44]
11 Chamberlain, JoJo Chamberlain[e] (2/2) 19 July 1991 Sportpark Koninklijke HFC, Haarlem, Netherlands  England  Denmark 1 9 8 7 0.88 Won[28]
12 Broadbent, JoanneJoanne Broadbent[e] 13 January 1993 Oakes Oval, Lismore, Australia  Australia  New Zealand 2 6.2 10 5 1.57 Won[45]
13 Turner, JenniferJennifer Turner[e] 25 July 1993 Lindfield Cricket Club Ground, Sussex, England  New Zealand  Netherlands 1 11.2 5 5 0.44 Won[46]
14 Smith, GillianGillian Smith[e] (2/2) 26 July 1993 Woodbridge Road, Guildford, England  England  Australia 2 12 30 5 2.50 Won[47]
15 Singh, Cherry-AnnCherry-Ann Singh[e] 29 July 1993 Dorking Cricket Club Ground, Dorking, England  West Indies  Ireland 2 12 36 5 3.00 Won[48]
16 Oudolf, CheraldineCheraldine Oudolf[e] 30 November 1997 Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka  Netherlands  Sri Lanka 1 8 20 5 2.50 Won[49]
17 Choudhary, PurnimaPurnima Choudharydagger 13 December 1997 Nahar Singh Stadium, Faridabad, India  India  West Indies 2 8 21 5 2.62 Won[50]
18 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick (1/4) 21 July 1998 Lord's, London, England  Australia  England 2 10 47 5 4.70 Won[51]
19 Pullar, RachelRachel Pullar[e] (1/2) 17 February 1999 Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand  New Zealand  South Africa 1 7 7 5 1.00 Won[52]
20 Connor, ClareClare Connordagger 9 July 1999 County Cricket Ground, Northampton, England  England  India 1 10 49 5 4.90 Lost[53]
21 Harper, LauraLaura Harperdagger 19 July 1999 Nykøbing Mors Cricket Club Ground, Nykøbing Mors, Denmark  England  Netherlands 1 8.4 12 5 1.38 Won[54]
22 Mason, CharmaineCharmaine Mason (1/2) 30 January 2000 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia  Australia  England 2 9.4 30 5 3.10 Won[55]
23 Mason, CharmaineCharmaine Mason (2/2) 3 February 2000 Newcastle Number 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia  Australia  England 2 6 9 5 1.50 Won[56]
24 Collyer, SarahSarah Collyer 30 November 2000 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  England  Netherlands 2 10 32 5 3.20 Won[57]
25 Khan, ShaizaShaiza Khandagger (1/2) 11 April 2001 National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan  Pakistan  Netherlands 1 10 35 5 3.50 Won[58]
26 Khan, ShaizaShaiza Khan (2/2) 14 April 2001 National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan  Pakistan  Netherlands 1 10 38 5 3.80 Won[59]
27 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] (2/4) 14 July 2001 College Park, Dublin, Ireland  Australia  Ireland 1 10 14 5 1.40 Won[60]
28 Sivanantham, SuthershiniSuthershini Sivanantham[e] 22 January 2002 Moors Sports Club Ground, Colombo, Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 2 9.3 2 5 0.21 Won[16]
29 Pullar, RachelRachel Pullar[e] (2/2) 11 July 2002 Grainville Cricket Ground, Saint Saviour, Jersey  New Zealand  India 2 7 10 5 1.42 Won[61]
30 Al Khadeer, NooshinNooshin Al Khadeer[e] 27 January 2003 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  India  England 1 6.5 14 5 2.04 Won[62]
31 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] (3/4) 6 February 2003 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand 1 9.1 27 5 2.94 Won[63]
32 Dolawatta, SandamaliSandamali Dolawatta[e] 22 March 2003 Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  Sri Lanka  West Indies 1 8 16 5 2.00 Won[64]
33 Shah, SajjidaSajjida Shah[e] 21 July 2003 Sportpark Drieburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands  Pakistan  Japan 2 8 4 7 0.50 Won[25]
34 David, NeetuNeetu Daviddagger (1/2) 29 February 2004 Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur, India  India  West Indies 1 9.4 20 5 2.06 Won[65]
35 Birch, RosalieRosalie Birchdagger 1 March 2004 Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, South Africa  England  South Africa 2 9.5 50 5 5.08 Won[66]
36 Mumtaz, UroojUrooj Mumtazdagger (1/2) 23 March 2004 Asghar Ali Shah Cricket Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan  Pakistan  West Indies 1 10 33 5 3.30 Lost[67]
37 Maben, MamathaMamatha Maben[e] 25 April 2004 Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka  India  Sri Lanka 1 6.2 10 6 1.57 Won[68]
38 Green, AmandaAmanda Green 24 July 2004 Anglesea Road, Dublin, Ireland  New Zealand  Ireland 2 9.3 15 5 1.57 Won[69]
39 Guha, IsaIsa Guha (1/2) 15 August 2004 County Ground, Derby, England  England  New Zealand 2 10 22 5 2.20 Won[70]
40 David, NeetuNeetu David (2/2) 30 March 2005 Technikon Oval, Pretoria, South Africa  India  New Zealand 1 10 32 5 3.20 Lost[20]
41 Milliken, LouiseLouise Millikendagger 30 March 2005 Technikon Oval, Pretoria, South Africa  New Zealand  India 2 10 25 5 2.50 Won[20]
42 Nitschke, ShelleyShelley Nitschkedagger 19 August 2005 Chester Road North Ground, Kidderminster, England  Australia  England 2 7.4 24 7 3.13 Won[71]
43 Goswami, JhulanJhulan Goswamidagger (1/2) 7 December 2005 Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium, Silchar, India  India  England 1 10 16 5 1.60 Won[72]
44 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] (4/4) 25 February 2006 St Peter's College, Adelaide, Australia  Australia  India 1 8.3 29 5 3.41 Won[73]
45 Jalil, QanitaQanita Jalil 13 December 2006 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India  Pakistan  India 1 10 62 5 6.20 Lost[74]
46 Mumtaz, UroojUrooj Mumtaz[e] (2/2) 22 January 2007 Harlequins, Pretoria, South Africa  Pakistan  South Africa 1 6.5 40 5 5.85 Lost[75]
47 Tanke, AnnemarieAnnemarie Tanke[e] 17 August 2007 Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, Netherlands  Netherlands  Ireland 1 9.5 40 5 4.06 Lost[21]
48 Metcalfe, CiaraCiara Metcalfe[e] 17 August 2007 Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, Netherlands  Ireland  Netherlands 2 8.5 18 5 2.03 Won[21]
49 McNeill, BethBeth McNeill[e] 24 February 2008 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  New Zealand  England 2 10 32 6 3.20 Won[76]
50 Smith, AliciaAlicia Smithdagger 24 February 2008 Stellenbosch University Ground, Stellenbosch, South Africa  South Africa  Pakistan 1 8 7 5 0.87 Won[77]
51 Sampson, EmmaEmma Sampson[e] 15 March 2008 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand 2 10 30 5 3.00 Won[78]
52 Guha, IsaIsa Guha[e] (2/2) 12 July 2008 Haslegrave Ground, Loughborough, England  England  West Indies 1 8 14 5 1.75 Won[79]
53 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt (1/4) 8 August 2008 Lord's, London, England  England  South Africa 2 10 25 5 2.50 Won[80]
54 Marsh, LauraLaura Marshdagger 12 March 2009 North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia  England  Pakistan 1 10 15 5 1.50 Won[81]
55 Richardson, EimearEimear Richardsondagger 5 August 2009 The Vineyard, Dublin, Ireland  Ireland  Netherlands 1 9.4 13 5 1.34 Won[82]
56 Perry, EllyseEllyse Perry[e] (1/2) 17 February 2010 Junction Oval, Melbourne, Australia  Australia  New Zealand 1 9.3 31 5 3.26 Won[83]
57 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt[e] (2/4) 21 February 2010 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India  England  India 2 10 22 5 2.20 Won[84]
58 Sthalekar, LisaLisa Sthalekar[e] 7 March 2010 Queens Park, Invercargill, New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand 1 8 35 5 4.37 Won[85]
59 Gunn, JennyJenny Gunndagger (1/2) 15 July 2010 County Cricket Ground, Derby, England  England  New Zealand 1 10 31 5 3.10 Won[86]
60 Mir, SanaSana Mir 9 October 2010 North West University No 2 Ground, Potchefstroom, South Africa  Pakistan  Netherlands 2 9 32 5 3.55 Won[87]
61 Goswami, JhulanJhulan Goswami (2/2) 5 July 2011 John Walker's Ground, London, England  India  New Zealand 1 10 31 6 3.10 Lost[88]
62 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Bruntdagger (3/4) 7 July 2011 Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Buckinghamshire, England  England  Australia 2 10 18 5 1.80 Won[89]
63 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger (1/5) 28 August 2011 Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  West Indies  Pakistan 1 10 5 5 0.50 Won[90]
64 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger (2/5) 30 August 2011 Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  West Indies  Pakistan 2 10 7 5 0.70 Won[91]
65 Loubser, SunetteSunette Loubserdagger 14 November 2011 Fatullah Osmani Stadium, Fatullah, Bangladesh  South Africa  Sri Lanka 2 10 27 5 2.70 Won[92]
66 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger (3/5) 17 November 2011 Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No 2 Ground, Dhaka, Bangladesh  West Indies  Pakistan 1 10 26 5 2.60 Won[93]
67 Ismail, ShabnimShabnim Ismaildagger 18 November 2011 Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No 2 Ground, Dhaka, Bangladesh  South Africa  Netherlands 2 8.3 10 6 1.17 Won[94]
68 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger (4/5) 26 November 2011 Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh  West Indies  Pakistan 2 8.3 14 7 1.64 Won[95]
69 Perry, EllyseEllyse Perry[e] (2/2) 14 March 2012 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India  Australia  India 2 8.1 19 5 2.32 Won[96]
70 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammed (5/5) 25 April 2012 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados  West Indies  Sri Lanka 2 9.3 34 5 3.57 Won[97]
71 van Niekerk, DaneDane van Niekerk[e] (1/2) 7 January 2013 Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis  South Africa  West Indies 2 7 28 5 4.00 Won[98]
72 Candy, RachelRachel Candydagger 3 February 2013 Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, India  New Zealand  Pakistan 1 10 19 5 1.90 Won[99]
73 Shrubsole, AnyaAnya Shrubsoledagger (1/2) 10 February 2013 Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, India  England  South Africa 1 10 17 5 1.70 Won[100]
74 Gunn, JennyJenny Gunndagger (2/2) 1 July 2013 Louth Cricket Club Ground, Louth, England  England  Pakistan 2 10 22 5 2.20 Won[101]
75 Yousuf, SadiaSadia Yousuf[e] 19 July 2013 Claremont Road Cricket Ground, Dublin, Ireland  Pakistan  Ireland 2 9 35 5 3.88 Won[102]
76 van Niekerk, DaneDane van Niekerkdagger (2/2) 15 January 2014 West End Park International Cricket Stadium, Doha, Qatar  South Africa  Pakistan 1 6.4 17 5 2.55 Won[103]
77 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddleston[e] (1/3) 24 February 2014 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  New Zealand  West Indies 2 10 36 5 3.60 Won[104]
78 Leydon-Davis, FelicityFelicity Leydon-Davis[e] 26 February 2014 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  New Zealand  West Indies 2 8.2 18 5 2.16 Won[105]
79 Smartt, TremayneTremayne Smarttdagger 12 September 2014 Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis  West Indies  New Zealand 1 10 24 5 2.40 Won[106]
80 Selman, ShakeraShakera Selmandagger 17 September 2014 Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis  West Indies  New Zealand 1 10 15 5 1.50 Won[107]
81 Cross, KathrynKathryn Crossdagger 26 February 2015 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  England  New Zealand 1 10 24 5 2.40 Won[108]
82 Luus, SunéSuné Luusdagger (1/4) 15 March 2015 Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates  South Africa  Pakistan 1 8.4 20 5 2.30 Won[109]
83 Nielsen, MornaMorna Nielsendagger (1/2) 10 November 2015 Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand  New Zealand  Sri Lanka 1 10 21 5 2.10 Won[110]
84 Sharma, DeeptiDeepti Sharmadagger 19 February 2016 JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, India  India  Sri Lanka 1 9.2 20 6 2.14 Won[111]
85 Jonassen, JessJess Jonassen 22 February 2016 Bay Oval, Tauranga, New Zealand  Australia  New Zealand 1 9 50 5 5.55 Won[112]
86 Dottin, DeandraDeandra Dottindagger 24 February 2016 Buffalo Park, East London, South Africa  West Indies  South Africa 2 8.5 34 5 3.84 Won[113]
87 Knight, HeatherHeather Knightdagger 21 June 2016[f] Grace Road, Leicester, England  England  Pakistan 1 8.4 26 5 3.00 Won[115]
88 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt (4/4) 27 June 2016 County Ground, Taunton, England  England  Pakistan 2 9.5 30 5 3.05 Won[116]
89 Luus, SunéSuné Luus[e] (2/4) 5 August 2016 Anglesea Road, Dublin, Ireland  South Africa  Ireland 2 10 36 6 3.60 Won[117]
90 Luus, SunéSuné Luus[e] (3/4) 9 August 2016 Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Malahide, Ireland  South Africa  Ireland 2 10 32 5 3.20 Won[118]
91 Nielsen, MornaMorna Nielsen (2/2) 11 October 2016 De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley, South Africa  New Zealand  South Africa 2 10 39 5 3.90 Lost[119]
92 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddlestondagger (2/3) 13 October 2016 De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley, South Africa  New Zealand  South Africa 1 10 25 5 2.50 Won[120]
93 Newton, ThamsynThamsyn Newtondagger 19 November 2016 Saxton Oval, Nelson, New Zealand  New Zealand  Pakistan 1 8 31 5 3.87 Won[121]
94 Bisht, EktaEkta Bishtdagger (1/2) 19 February 2017 Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka  India  Pakistan 1 10 8 5 0.80 Won[122]
95 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddlestondagger (3/3) 24 June 2017 Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England  New Zealand  Sri Lanka 1 10 35 5 3.50 Won[123]
96 Bisht, EktaEkta Bishtdagger (2/2) 2 July 2017 County Ground, Derby, England  India  Pakistan 2 10 18 5 1.80 Won[124]
97 Luus, SunéSuné Luus (4/4) 15 July 2017 County Ground, Taunton, England  South Africa  Australia 1 10 67 5 6.70 Lost[125]
98 Gayakwad, RajeshwariRajeshwari Gayakwad 15 July 2017 County Ground, Derby, England  India  New Zealand 2 7.3 15 5 2.00 Won[126]
99 Shrubsole, AnyaAnya Shrubsoledagger (2/2) 23 July 2017 Lord's, London, England  England  India 2 9.4 46 6 4.75 Won[127]

Notes

  1. ^ The teams are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.[34]
  2. ^ The teams are Denmark, Japan, the Netherlands and Scotland.
  3. ^ The teams are Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Young England and the International XI.
  4. ^ To sort the table by any statistic, click on the Table sort icon icon in the column title.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao No player of the match was awarded.
  6. ^ Rain prevented any play taking place on 20 June, so the match was moved to the reserve day of 21 June.[114]

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