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 WODIs.[1]

A women's One Day International (WODI) is an international cricket match between two teams, each having WODI status, as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC).[2] In a WODI match, the two teams play a single innings, each of which is restricted to a maximum of 50 overs.[3][a] The first WODI matches were played as part of the 1973 Women's Cricket World Cup held in England,[5] two years after the first men's One Day International was contested between Australia and England in January 1971.[6] A five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[7][8] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[9] The first two five-wicket hauls in WODIs were taken on 23 June 1973, as part of the Women's World Cup.[10] Australia's Tina Macpherson and New Zealand's Glenys Page both achieved the feat as part of their teams' victories over Young England and Trinidad and Tobago respectively.[11][12] Macpherson and Page are two of only five players to take a five-wicket haul during their WODI debut, the others being India's Purnima Choudhary, Laura Harper of England and Felicity Leydon-Davis from New Zealand.[13]

The most recent five-wicket haul was taken by Anya Shrubsole of England against India at Lord's in London during the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup Final.[14][15] Suthershini Sivanantham has taken the most economical five-wicket haul with an economy rate of just 0.21.[16] Bowling for Sri Lanka, she took five wickets for just two runs against Pakistan at Moors Sports Club Ground in Colombo in January 2002.[17] The least economical five-wicket haul was taken by South Africa's Suné Luus with an economy rate of 6.70.[18] Despite Luus taking figures of 5 wickets for 67 runs (5/67) off her 10 overs at the County Ground in Taunton during the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup, South Africa lost the match to Australia – one of only nine occurrences that did not result in a victory to the team taking the five-wicket haul.[19][20] There have been two occasions where two five-wicket hauls have been taken in the same match.[21] 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.[22] 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.[23][24]

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, Australian Cathryn Fitzpatrick and South Africa's Suné Luus with four five-wicket hauls and New Zealand's Holly Huddleston with three.[1] Fitzpatrick is also the oldest player to achieve to take a fifer, taking her final five-wicket haul seven days short of her 38th birthday.[25] Four bowlers have taken a seven-wicket haul in a WODI, with Pakistan's Sajjida Shah returning the best figures in the format with seven wickets for just four runs.[26][27] Playing in the 2003 IWCC Trophy against Japan in their debut WODI match,[28] Shah is also the youngest bowler, aged just 15 years and 168 days, to take five wickets in an innings.[29] 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;[30] 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[31] and Australia's Shelley Nitschke who finished with 7/24 in the second WODI against England during the 2005 Women's Ashes series.[32] A further nine players have taken a six-wicket haul.[33]

As of November 2017, from a total of 1,094 matches,[34] a total of 99 five-wicket hauls have been taken by 68 different players in WODIs.[35] Players from every team which currently holds WODI status – with the exception of Bangladesh – have taken five-wicket hauls.[b] Of the teams that are still active but no longer hold WODI status only the Netherlands have had a player take five wickets in an innings.[c] No players from teams that previously competed in WODIs but are no longer active have achieved the feat.[d] England lead the list with 21 five-wicket hauls, followed by Australia and New Zealand both with 17.[37] Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln, New Zealand, leads the list of where the most five-wicket hauls have been taken with nine, ahead of the Derby County Cricket Ground with four.[38]

Key

Katherine Brunt in March 2009.
Katherine Brunt has taken four WODI five-wicket hauls.[1]
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[10]
No. Bowler Wkts Runs Overs Econ Inn Team Opposition Venue Date Batsmen Result Ref
1 Macpherson, TinaTina Macpherson[e] 5 14 12 1.16 1  Australia England Young England Dean Park Cricket Ground, Bournemouth, England 23 June 1973 Won [11]
2 Page, GlenysGlenys Page[e] 6 20 6.2 3.15 2  New Zealand  Trinidad and Tobago Clarence Park, St Albans, England 23 June 1973 Won [12]
3 Lord, JackieJackie Lord[e] 6 10 8 1.25 2  New Zealand  India Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand 14 January 1982 Won [39]
4 Fullston, LynLyn Fullston[e] 5 27 12 2.25 2  Australia  New Zealand Basin Reserve, Wellington, New Zealand 28 January 1982 Won [40]
5 Owens, JennyJenny Owens[e] 5 29 10.2 2.80 2  Australia  Ireland College Park, Dublin, Ireland 1 July 1987 Won [41]
6 Fullston, LynLyn Fullston[e] 5 28 12 2.33 2  Australia  Netherlands Carey Baptist Grammar School Oval No. 2, Melbourne, Australia 14 December 1988 Won [42]
7 Chamberlain, JoJo Chamberlaindagger 5 18 10.4 1.68 2  England  Ireland Nykøbing Mors Cricket Club Ground, Nykøbing Mors, Denmark 21 July 1989 Won [43]
8 Gunn, KarenKaren Gunn[e] 5 22 9 2.44 1  New Zealand  Australia Hutt Recreation Ground, Lower Hutt, New Zealand 10 February 1990 Won [44]
9 Bray, SusanSusan Bray[e] 5 27 11 2.45 2  Ireland  Denmark Leicester Ivanhoe Cricket Club Ground, Kirby Muxloe, England 18 July 1990 Won [45]
10 Smith, GillianGillian Smith[e] 5 15 5.3 2.72 2  England  Denmark John Player Ground, Nottingham, England 19 July 1990 Won [46]
11 Chamberlain, JoJo Chamberlain[e] 7 8 9 0.88 1  England  Denmark Sportpark Koninklijke HFC, Haarlem, Netherlands 19 July 1991 Won [30]
12 Broadbent, JoanneJoanne Broadbent[e] 5 10 6.2 1.57 2  Australia  New Zealand Oakes Oval, Lismore, Australia 13 January 1993 Won [47]
13 Turner, JenniferJennifer Turner[e] 5 5 11.2 0.44 1  New Zealand  Netherlands Lindfield Cricket Club Ground, Sussex, England 25 July 1993 Won [48]
14 Smith, GillianGillian Smith[e] 5 30 12 2.50 2  England  Australia Woodbridge Road, Guildford, England 26 July 1993 Won [49]
15 Singh, Cherry-AnnCherry-Ann Singh[e] 5 36 12 3.00 2  West Indies  Ireland Dorking Cricket Club Ground, Dorking, England 29 July 1993 Won [50]
16 Oudolf, CheraldineCheraldine Oudolf[e] 5 20 8 2.50 1  Netherlands  Sri Lanka Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 30 November 1997 Won [51]
17 Choudhary, PurnimaPurnima Choudharydagger 5 21 8 2.62 2  India  West Indies Nahar Singh Stadium, Faridabad, India 13 December 1997 Won [52]
18 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick 5 47 10 4.70 2  Australia  England Lord's, London, England 21 July 1998 Won [53]
19 Pullar, RachelRachel Pullar[e] 5 7 7 1.00 1  New Zealand  South Africa Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand 17 February 1999 Won [54]
20 Connor, ClareClare Connordagger 5 49 10 4.90 1  England  India County Cricket Ground, Northampton, England 9 July 1999 Lost [55]
21 Harper, LauraLaura Harperdagger 5 12 8.4 1.38 1  England  Netherlands Nykøbing Mors Cricket Club Ground, Nykøbing Mors, Denmark 19 July 1999 Won [56]
22 Mason, CharmaineCharmaine Mason 5 30 9.4 3.10 2  Australia  England Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia 30 January 2000 Won [57]
23 Mason, CharmaineCharmaine Mason 5 9 6 1.50 2  Australia  England Newcastle Number 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle, Australia 3 February 2000 Won [58]
24 Collyer, SarahSarah Collyer 5 32 10 3.20 2  England  Netherlands Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 30 November 2000 Won [59]
25 Khan, ShaizaShaiza Khandagger 5 35 10 3.50 1  Pakistan  Netherlands National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan 11 April 2001 Won [60]
26 Khan, ShaizaShaiza Khan 5 38 10 3.80 1  Pakistan  Netherlands National Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan 14 April 2001 Won [61]
27 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] 5 14 10 1.40 1  Australia  Ireland College Park, Dublin, Ireland 14 July 2001 Won [62]
28 Sivanantham, SuthershiniSuthershini Sivanantham[e] 5 2 9.3 0.21 2  Sri Lanka  Pakistan Moors Sports Club Ground, Colombo, Sri Lanka 22 January 2002 Won [17]
29 Pullar, RachelRachel Pullar[e] 5 10 7 1.42 2  New Zealand  India Grainville Cricket Ground, Saint Saviour, Jersey 11 July 2002 Won [63]
30 Al Khadeer, NooshinNooshin Al Khadeer[e] 5 14 6.5 2.04 1  India  England Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 27 January 2003 Won [64]
31 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] 5 27 9.1 2.94 1  Australia  New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 6 February 2003 Won [65]
32 Dolawatta, SandamaliSandamali Dolawatta[e] 5 16 8 2.00 1  Sri Lanka  West Indies Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 22 March 2003 Won [66]
33 Shah, SajjidaSajjida Shah[e] 7 4 8 0.50 2  Pakistan  Japan Sportpark Drieburg, Amsterdam, Netherlands 21 July 2003 Won [27]
34 David, NeetuNeetu Daviddagger 5 20 9.4 2.06 1  India  West Indies Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur, India 29 February 2004 Won [67]
35 Birch, RosalieRosalie Birchdagger 5 50 9.5 5.08 2  England  South Africa Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, South Africa 1 March 2004 Won [68]
36 Mumtaz, UroojUrooj Mumtazdagger 5 33 10 3.30 1  Pakistan  West Indies Asghar Ali Shah Cricket Stadium, Karachi, Pakistan 23 March 2004 Lost [69]
37 Maben, MamathaMamatha Maben[e] 6 10 6.2 1.57 1  India  Sri Lanka Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka 25 April 2004 Won [70]
38 Green, AmandaAmanda Green 5 15 9.3 1.57 2  New Zealand  Ireland Anglesea Road, Dublin, Ireland 24 July 2004 Won [71]
39 Guha, IsaIsa Guha 5 22 10 2.20 2  England  New Zealand County Ground, Derby, England 15 August 2004 Won [72]
40 David, NeetuNeetu David 5 32 10 3.20 1  India  New Zealand Technikon Oval, Pretoria, South Africa 30 March 2005 Lost [22]
41 Milliken, LouiseLouise Millikendagger 5 25 10 2.50 2  New Zealand  India Technikon Oval, Pretoria, South Africa 30 March 2005 Won [22]
42 Nitschke, ShelleyShelley Nitschkedagger 7 24 7.4 3.13 2  Australia  England Chester Road North Ground, Kidderminster, England 19 August 2005 Won [73]
43 Goswami, JhulanJhulan Goswamidagger 5 16 10 1.60 1  India  England Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium, Silchar, India 7 December 2005 Won [74]
44 Fitzpatrick, CathrynCathryn Fitzpatrick[e] 5 29 8.3 3.41 1  Australia  India St Peter's College, Adelaide, Australia 25 February 2006 Won [75]
45 Jalil, QanitaQanita Jalil 5 62 10 6.20 1  Pakistan  India Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India 13 December 2006 Lost [76]
46 Mumtaz, UroojUrooj Mumtaz[e] 5 40 6.5 5.85 1  Pakistan  South Africa Harlequins, Pretoria, South Africa 22 January 2007 Lost [77]
47 Tanke, AnnemarieAnnemarie Tanke[e] 5 40 9.5 4.06 1  Netherlands  Ireland Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, Netherlands 17 August 2007 Lost [23]
48 Metcalfe, CiaraCiara Metcalfe[e] 5 18 8.5 2.03 2  Ireland  Netherlands Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer, Netherlands 17 August 2007 Won [23]
49 McNeill, BethBeth McNeill[e] 6 32 10 3.20 2  New Zealand  England Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 24 February 2008 Won [78]
50 Smith, AliciaAlicia Smithdagger 5 7 8 0.87 1  South Africa  Pakistan Stellenbosch University Ground No. 1, Stellenbosch, South Africa 24 February 2008 Won [79]
51 Sampson, EmmaEmma Sampson[e] 5 30 10 3.00 2  Australia  New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 15 March 2008 Won [80]
52 Guha, IsaIsa Guha[e] 5 14 8 1.75 1  England  West Indies Haslegrave Ground, Loughborough, England 12 July 2008 Won [81]
53 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt 5 25 10 2.50 2  England  South Africa Lord's, London, England 8 August 2008 Won [82]
54 Marsh, LauraLaura Marshdagger 5 15 10 1.50 1  England  Pakistan North Sydney Oval, Sydney, Australia 12 March 2009 Won [83]
55 Richardson, EimearEimear Richardsondagger 5 13 9.4 1.34 1  Ireland  Netherlands The Vineyard, Dublin, Ireland 5 August 2009 Won [84]
56 Perry, EllyseEllyse Perry[e] 5 31 9.3 3.26 1  Australia  New Zealand Junction Oval, Melbourne, Australia 17 February 2010 Won [85]
57 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt[e] 5 22 10 2.20 2  England  India M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India 21 February 2010 Won [86]
58 Sthalekar, LisaLisa Sthalekar[e] 5 35 8 4.37 1  Australia  New Zealand Queens Park, Invercargill, New Zealand 7 March 2010 Won [87]
59 Gunn, JennyJenny Gunndagger 5 31 10 3.10 1  England  New Zealand County Cricket Ground, Derby, England 15 July 2010 Won [88]
60 Mir, SanaSana Mir 5 32 9 3.55 2  Pakistan  Netherlands North West University No 2 Ground, Potchefstroom, South Africa 9 October 2010 Won [89]
61 Goswami, JhulanJhulan Goswami 6 31 10 3.10 1  India  New Zealand John Walker's Ground, London, England 5 July 2011 Lost [90]
62 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Bruntdagger 5 18 10 1.80 2  England  Australia Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Buckinghamshire, England 7 July 2011 Won [91]
63 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger 5 5 10 0.50 1  West Indies  Pakistan Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 28 August 2011 Won [92]
64 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger 5 7 10 0.70 2  West Indies  Pakistan Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 30 August 2011 Won [93]
65 Loubser, SunetteSunette Loubserdagger 5 27 10 2.70 2  South Africa  Sri Lanka Fatullah Osmani Stadium, Fatullah, Bangladesh 14 November 2011 Won [94]
66 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger 5 26 10 2.60 1  West Indies  Pakistan Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No 2 Ground, Dhaka, Bangladesh 17 November 2011 Won [95]
67 Ismail, ShabnimShabnim Ismaildagger 6 10 8.3 1.17 2  South Africa  Netherlands Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan No 2 Ground, Dhaka, Bangladesh 18 November 2011 Won [96]
68 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammeddagger 7 14 8.3 1.64 2  West Indies  Pakistan Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 26 November 2011 Won [97]
69 Perry, EllyseEllyse Perry[e] 5 19 8.1 2.32 2  Australia  India Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India 14 March 2012 Won [98]
70 Mohammed, AnisaAnisa Mohammed 5 34 9.3 3.57 2  West Indies  Sri Lanka Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 25 April 2012 Won [99]
71 van Niekerk, DaneDane van Niekerk[e] 5 28 7 4.00 2  South Africa  West Indies Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis 7 January 2013 Won [100]
72 Candy, RachelRachel Candydagger 5 19 10 1.90 1  New Zealand  Pakistan Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, India 3 February 2013 Won [101]
73 Shrubsole, AnyaAnya Shrubsoledagger 5 17 10 1.70 1  England  South Africa Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, India 10 February 2013 Won [102]
74 Gunn, JennyJenny Gunndagger 5 22 10 2.20 2  England  Pakistan Louth Cricket Club Ground, Louth, England 1 July 2013 Won [103]
75 Yousuf, SadiaSadia Yousuf[e] 5 35 9 3.88 2  Pakistan  Ireland Claremont Road Cricket Ground, Dublin, Ireland 19 July 2013 Won [104]
76 van Niekerk, DaneDane van Niekerkdagger 5 17 6.4 2.55 1  South Africa  Pakistan West End Park International Cricket Stadium, Doha, Qatar 15 January 2014 Won [105]
77 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddleston[e] 5 36 10 3.60 2  New Zealand  West Indies Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 24 February 2014 Won [106]
78 Leydon-Davis, FelicityFelicity Leydon-Davis[e] 5 18 8.2 2.16 2  New Zealand  West Indies Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 26 February 2014 Won [107]
79 Smartt, TremayneTremayne Smarttdagger 5 24 10 2.40 1  West Indies  New Zealand Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis 12 September 2014 Won [108]
80 Selman, ShakeraShakera Selmandagger 5 15 10 1.50 1  West Indies  New Zealand Warner Park Stadium, Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis 17 September 2014 Won [109]
81 Cross, KathrynKathryn Crossdagger 5 24 10 2.40 1  England  New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 26 February 2015 Won [110]
82 Luus, SunéSuné Luusdagger 5 20 8.4 2.30 1  South Africa  Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 15 March 2015 Won [111]
83 Nielsen, MornaMorna Nielsendagger 5 21 10 2.10 1  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, New Zealand 10 November 2015 Won [112]
84 Sharma, DeeptiDeepti Sharmadagger 6 20 9.2 2.14 1  India  Sri Lanka JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, India 19 February 2016 Won [113]
85 Jonassen, JessJess Jonassen 5 50 9 5.55 1  Australia  New Zealand Bay Oval, Tauranga, New Zealand 22 February 2016 Won [114]
86 Dottin, DeandraDeandra Dottindagger 5 34 8.5 3.84 2  West Indies  South Africa Buffalo Park, East London, South Africa 24 February 2016 Won [115]
87 Knight, HeatherHeather Knightdagger 5 26 8.4 3.00 1  England  Pakistan Grace Road, Leicester, England 21 June 2016[f] Won [117]
88 Brunt, KatherineKatherine Brunt 5 30 9.5 3.05 2  England  Pakistan County Ground, Taunton, England 27 June 2016 Won [118]
89 Luus, SunéSuné Luus[e] 6 36 10 3.60 2  South Africa  Ireland Anglesea Road, Dublin, Ireland 5 August 2016 Won [119]
90 Luus, SunéSuné Luus[e] 5 32 10 3.20 2  South Africa  Ireland Malahide Cricket Club Ground, Malahide, Ireland 9 August 2016 Won [120]
91 Nielsen, MornaMorna Nielsen 5 39 10 3.90 2  New Zealand  South Africa De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley, South Africa 11 October 2016 Lost [121]
92 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddlestondagger 5 25 10 2.50 1  New Zealand  South Africa De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley, South Africa 13 October 2016 Won [122]
93 Newton, ThamsynThamsyn Newtondagger 5 31 8 3.87 1  New Zealand  Pakistan Saxton Oval, Nelson, New Zealand 19 November 2016 Won [123]
94 Bisht, EktaEkta Bishtdagger 5 8 10 0.80 1  India  Pakistan Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka 19 February 2017 Won [124]
95 Huddleston, HollyHolly Huddlestondagger 5 35 10 3.50 1  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England 24 June 2017 Won [125]
96 Bisht, EktaEkta Bishtdagger 5 18 10 1.80 2  India  Pakistan County Ground, Derby, England 2 July 2017 Won [126]
97 Luus, SunéSuné Luus 5 67 10 6.70 1  South Africa  Australia County Ground, Taunton, England 15 July 2017 Lost [127]
98 Gayakwad, RajeshwariRajeshwari Gayakwad 5 15 7.3 2.00 2  India  New Zealand County Ground, Derby, England 15 July 2017 Won [128]
99 Shrubsole, AnyaAnya Shrubsoledagger 6 46 9.4 4.75 2  England  India Lord's, London, England 23 July 2017 Won [129]

Notes

  1. ^ For the first 25 years of ODI cricket the number of overs bowled in each innings varied between 35 and 60 overs.[4]
  2. ^ The teams are Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the West Indies.[36]
  3. ^ The teams are Denmark, Japan, the Netherlands and Scotland.
  4. ^ The teams are Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Young England and the International XI.
  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.[116]

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