List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at Lord's

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Bowlers have taken 181 five-wicket hauls in Tests and nine fifers in One Day International matches played at Lord's

Lord's, also known as Lord's Cricket Ground, is a cricket venue in St John's Wood, London. Named after its founder, Thomas Lord, it is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and is the home of Middlesex County Cricket Club, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the European Cricket Council (ECC) and, until August 2005, the International Cricket Council (ICC). Lord's is widely referred to as the "Home of Cricket"[1] and is home to the world's oldest sporting museum.[2] As of September 2017, Lord's has hosted 135 Test matches, the first of which was played in 1884 between England and Australia.[3] It has also hosted 60 One Day Internationals, the first of which was played in 1972, again between England and Australia[4] as well as eight Twenty20 Internationals, the first of which was played between England and the Netherlands in 2009.[5] In women's cricket, Lord's has hosted 15 Women's One Day Internationals – the first of which was played between England and Australia in 1976[6] – and one Women's Twenty20 International, played between England and New Zealand in 2009.[7]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[8][9] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement,[10] and those players who take a five-wicket haul in a Test at Lord's earn a place on the Lord's honours boards. The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at Lord's was Ted Peate in 1884 who finished with bowling figures of 6 wickets for 85 runs.[11] Overall, as of September 2019, 129 bowlers have taken 183 Test match five-wicket hauls at the ground.[12]

As of June 2019, 10 bowlers have taken 11 five-wicket hauls during ODIs at the Lord's, the first of which was when Australia's Gary Gilmour took 5 wickets for 48 runs against the West Indies in the 1975 Cricket World Cup Final, albeit in a losing cause.[13] No five-wicket hauls have been taken in T20I cricket: as of September 2017, Shahid Afridi's 4 wickets for 11 runs in Pakistan's 2009 ICC World Twenty20 against the Netherlands are the best figures in that format.[14] In women's cricket, three bowlers have taken wicket hauls in Women's ODIs, the first being Cathryn Fitzpatrick who took 5 wickets for 47 runs against England in 1998.[15]

Key[edit]

Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Section-sign One of two five-wicket hauls by the bowler in the match
Date Day the Test started or ODI was held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled 4 indicates four balls were bowled each over
Runs Number of runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Result Result of the match

Tests[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Result
1 Ted Peate 21 July 1884  England Australia 1 404 85 6  England won[16]
2 Joey Palmer 21 July 1884 Australia  England 2 754 111 6  England won[16]
3 George Ulyett 21 July 1884  England Australia 3 39.14 36 7  England won[16]
4 Johnny Briggs double-dagger Section-sign (1/2) 19 July 1886  England Australia 2 344 29 5  England won[17]
5 Johnny Briggs double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 19 July 1886  England Australia 3 38.14 45 6  England won[17]
6 Charles Turner double-daggerSection-sign (1/3) 16 July 1888 Australia  England 2 254 27 5 Australia won[18]
7 Charles Turner double-daggerSection-sign (2/3) 16 July 1888 Australia  England 4 244 36 5 Australia won[18]
8 J. J. Ferris 16 July 1888 Australia  England 4 234 26 5 Australia won[18]
9 Jack Lyons 21 July 1890 Australia  England 2 20.15 30 5  England won[19]
10 Charles Turner (3/3) 17 July 1893 Australia  England 1 365 67 6 Drawn[20]
11 Bill Lockwood 17 July 1893  England Australia 2 455 101 6 Drawn[20]
12 George Giffen 17 July 1893 Australia  England 3 26.45 43 5 Drawn[20]
13 Tom Richardson double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 22 June 1896  England Australia 1 11.35 39 6  England won [21]
14 Tom Richardson double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 22 June 1896  England Australia 3 475 134 5  England won [21]
15 J. T. Hearne 22 June 1896  England Australia 3 365 76 5  England won[21]
16 Ernie Jones double-dagger 15 June 1899 Australia  England 1 36.15 88 7 Australia won[22]
17 Bert Vogler 1 July 1907 South Africa  England 1 47.2 128 7 Drawn[23]
18 Ted Arnold 1 July 1907  England South Africa 2 22 37 5 Drawn[23]
19 Albert Relf 14 June 1909  England  Australia 2 45 85 5  Australia won[24]
20 Warwick Armstrong 14 June 1909  Australia  England 3 24.5 35 6  Australia won[24]
21 Frank Foster 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 1 13.1 16 5  England won[25]
22 Sydney Barnes double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 1 13 25 5  England won[25]
23 Sid Pegler 10 June 1912  South Africa  England 2 31 65 7  England won[25]
24 Sydney Barnes double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 10 June 1912  England  South Africa 3 34 85 6  England won[25]
25 Sandy Bell 29 June 1929  South Africa  England 1 30.4 99 6 Drawn[26]
26 Clarrie Grimmett 27 June 1930  Australia  England 3 53 167 6  Australia won[27]
27 Ian Peebles 27 June 1931  England  New Zealand 1 26 77 5 Drawn[28]
28 Mohammad Nissar 25 June 1932  India  England 1 26 93 5  England won[29]
29 Walter Robins 24 June 1933  England  West Indies 2 11.5 32 6  England won[30]
30 Hedley Verity double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 22 June 1934  England  Australia 2 36 61 7  England won[31]
31 Hedley Verity double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 22 June 1934  England  Australia 3 22.3 43 8  England won[31]
32 Xen Balaskas 29 June 1935  South Africa  England 2 32 49 5  South Africawon [32]
33 Gubby Allen double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 27 June 1936  England  India 1 17 35 5  England won[33]
34 Amar Singh 27 June 1936  India  England 2 25.1 35 6  England won[33]
35 Gubby Allen double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 27 June 1936  England  India 3 18 43 5  England won[33]
36 Bill Copson 24 June 1939  England  West Indies 1 24 85 5  England won[34]
37 Alec Bedser double-dagger (1/2) 22 June 1946  England  India 1 29.1 49 7  England won[35]
38 Lala Amarnath 22 June 1946  India  England 2 57 118 5  England won[35]
39 Lindsay Tuckett 21 June 1947  South Africa  England 1 47 115 5  England won[36]
40 Doug Wright double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 21 June 1947  England  South Africa 2 39 95 5  England won[36]
41 Doug Wright double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 21 June 1947  England  South Africa 3 32.2 80 5  England won[36]
42 Ray Lindwall (1/2) 24 June 1948  Australia  England 2 27.4 70 5  Australia won[37]
43 Ernie Toshack 24 June 1948  Australia  England 4 20.1 40 5  Australia won[37]
44 Eric Hollies 25 June 1949  England  New Zealand 2 58 133 5 Drawn[38]
45 Roly Jenkins 24 June 1950  England  West Indies 1 35.2 116 5  West Indies won[39]
46 Sonny Ramadhin double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 24 June 1950  West Indies  England 2 43 66 5  West Indies won[39]
47 Sonny Ramadhin double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 24 June 1950  West Indies  England 4 72 86 6  West Indies won[39]
48 Geoff Chubb 21 June 1951  South Africa  England 1 34.4 77 5  England won[40]
49 Roy Tattersall double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 21 June 1951  England  South Africa 2 28 52 7  England won[40]
50 Roy Tattersall double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 21 June 1951  England  South Africa 3 32.2 49 5  England won[40]
51 Vinoo Mankad 19 June 1952  India  England 2 73 196 5  England won[41]
52 Alec Bedser (2/2) 25 June 1953  England  Australia 1 42.4 105 5 Drawn[42]
53 Ray Lindwall (2/2) 25 June 1953  Australia  England 2 23 66 5 Drawn[42]
54 Khan Mohammad 10 June 1954  Pakistan  England 2 15 61 5 Drawn[43]
55 Peter Heine 23 June 1955  South Africa  England 1 25 60 5  England won[44]
56 Hugh Tayfield 23 June 1955  South Africa  England 3 38.5 80 5  England won[44]
57 Brian Statham (1/3) 23 June 1955  England  South Africa 4 29 39 7  England won[44]
58 Keith Miller double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 21 June 1956  Australia  England 2 34.1 72 5  Australia won[45]
59 Fred Trueman (1/5) 21 June 1956  England  Australia 3 28 90 5  Australia won[45]
60 Keith Miller double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 21 June 1956  Australia  England 4 36 80 5  Australia won[45]
61 Trevor Bailey double-dagger 20 June 1957  England  West Indies 1 21 44 7  England won[46]
62 Tony Lock 19 June 1958  England  New Zealand 2 11.3 17 5  England won[47]
63 Tommy Greenhough 18 June 1959  England  India 1 16 35 5  England won[48]
64 Ramakant Desai 18 June 1959  India  England 2 31.4 89 5  England won[48]
65 Brian Statham double-daggerSection-sign (2/3) 23 June 1960  England  South Africa 2 20 63 6  England won[49]
66 Brian Statham double-daggerSection-sign (3/3) 23 June 1960  England  South Africa 3 21 34 5  England won[49]
67 Alan Davidson 22 June 1961  Australia  England 1 24.3 42 5  Australia won[50]
68 Graham McKenzie 22 June 1961  Australia  England 3 29 37 5  Australia won[50]
69 Fred Trueman (2/5) 21 June 1962  England  Pakistan 1 17.4 31 6  England won[51]
70 Len Coldwell 21 June 1962  England  Pakistan 3 41 85 6  England won[51]
71 Fred Trueman double-daggerSection-sign (3/5) 20 June 1963  England  West Indies 1 44 100 6 Drawn[52]
72 Charlie Griffith 20 June 1963  West Indies  England 2 26 91 5 Drawn[52]
73 Fred Trueman double-daggerSection-sign (4/5) 20 June 1963  England  West Indies 3 26 52 5 Drawn[52]
74 Fred Trueman (5/5) 18 June 1964  England  Australia 1 25 48 5 Drawn[53]
75 Ken Higgs 16 June 1966  England  West Indies 1 33 91 6 Drawn[54]
76 B. S. Chandrasekhar 22 June 1967  India  England 2 53 127 5  England won[55]
77 Ray Illingworth 22 June 1967  England  India 3 22.3 29 6  England won[55]
78 David Brown 20 June 1968  England  Australia 2 14 42 5 Drawn[56]
79 John Snow (1/2) 26 June 1969  England  West Indies 1 39 114 5 Drawn[57]
80 Derek Underwood double-dagger (1/4) 24 July 1969  England  New Zealand 4 31 32 7  England won[58]
81 Bob Massie double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 22 June 1972  Australia  England 1 32.5 84 8  Australia won[59]
82 John Snow (2/2) 22 June 1972  England  Australia 2 32 57 5  Australia won[59]
83 Bob Massie double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 22 June 1972  Australia  England 3 27.2 53 8  Australia won[59]
84 Chris Old (1/2) 21 June 1973  England  New Zealand 2 41.5 113 5 Drawn[60]
85 Bishan Singh Bedi 20 June 1974  India  England 1 64.2 226 5  England won[61]
86 Chris Old (2/2) 20 June 1974  England  India 3 8 21 5  England won[61]
87 Derek Underwood double-daggerSection-sign (2/4) 8 August 1974  England  Pakistan 1 14 20 5 Drawn[62]
88 Derek Underwood double-daggerSection-sign (3/4) 8 August 1974  England  Pakistan 3 34.5 51 8 Drawn[62]
89 Andy Roberts double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 17 June 1976  West Indies  England 1 23 60 5 Drawn[63]
90 Derek Underwood (4/4) 17 June 1976  England  West Indies 2 18.4 39 5 Drawn[63]
91 Andy Roberts double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 17 June 1976  West Indies  England 3 29.5 63 5 Drawn[63]
92 Bob Willis (1/3) 16 June 1977  England  Australia 2 30.1 78 7 Drawn[64]
93 Bob Willis (2/3) 15 June 1978  England  Pakistan 2 13 47 5  England won[65]
94 Ian Botham dagger (1/8) 15 June 1978  England  Pakistan 3 20.5 34 8  England won[65]
95 Ian Botham double-daggerSection-sign (2/8) 24 August 1978  England  New Zealand 1 38 101 6  England won[66]
96 Richard Hadlee (1/3) 24 August 1978  New Zealand  England 2 32 84 5  England won[66]
97 Ian Botham double-daggerSection-sign (3/8) 24 August 1978  England  New Zealand 3 18.1 39 5  England won[66]
98 Ian Botham (4/8) 2 August 1979  England  India 1 19 35 5 Drawn[67]
99 Michael Holding 19 June 1980  West Indies  England 1 28 67 6 Drawn[68]
100 Len Pascoe 28 August 1980  Australia  England 2 18 59 5 Drawn[69]
101 Geoff Lawson dagger 2 July 1981  Australia  England 1 43.1 81 7 Drawn[70]
102 Kapil Dev dagger 10 June 1982  India  England 1 43 125 5  England won[71]
103 Ian Botham (5/8) 10 June 1982  England  India 2 19.4 46 5  England won[71]
104 Bob Willis (3/3) 10 June 1982  England  India 3 28 101 6  England won[71]
105 Mudassar Nazar 12 August 1982  Pakistan  England 3 19 32 6  Pakistan won[72]
106 Richard Hadlee (2/3) 11 August 1983  New Zealand  England 1 40 93 5  England won[73]
107 Nick Cook 11 August 1983  England  New Zealand 2 26 35 5  England won[73]
108 Malcolm Marshall (1/2) 28 June 1984  West Indies  England 1 36.5 85 6  West Indies won[74]
109 Ian Botham dagger[a] (6/8) 28 June 1984  England  West Indies 2 27.4 103 8  West Indies won[74]
110 Ian Botham (7/8) 23 August 1984  England  Sri Lanka 3 27 90 6 Drawn[75]
111 Craig McDermott 27 July 1985  Australia  England 1 29.2 70 6  Australia won[76]
112 Ian Botham (8/8) 27 July 1985  England  Australia 2 24 109 5  Australia won[76]
113 Bob Holland 27 July 1985  Australia  England 3 32 68 5  Australia won[76]
114 Chetan Sharma 5 June 1986  India  England 1 32 64 5  India won[77]
115 Richard Hadlee (3/3) 24 July 1986  New Zealand  England 1 37.5 80 6 Drawn[78]
116 Graham Dilley 16 June 1988  England  West Indies 1 23 55 5  West Indies won[79]
117 Malcolm Marshall double-dagger (2/2) 16 June 1988  West Indies  England 2 18 32 6  West Indies won[79]
118 Terry Alderman 22 June 1989  Australia  England 3 38 128 6  Australia won[80]
119 Devon Malcolm 21 June 1990  England  New Zealand 2 43 94 5 Drawn[81]
120 Angus Fraser (1/2) 26 July 1990  England  India 2 39.1 104 5  England won[82]
121 Derek Pringle 20 June 1991  England  West Indies 1 35.1 100 5 Drawn[83]
122 Rumesh Ratnayake dagger[b] 22 August 1991  Sri Lanka  England 1 27 69 5  England won[84]
123 Phillip DeFreitas 22 August 1991  England  Sri Lanka 2 26 70 7  England won[84]
124 Phil Tufnell 22 August 1991  England  Sri Lanka 4 34.3 94 5  England won[84]
125 Waqar Younis 18 June 1992  Pakistan  England 1 21 91 5  Pakistan won[85]
126 Dion Nash daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 16 June 1994  New Zealand  England 2 25 76 6 Drawn[86]
127 Dion Nash daggerdouble-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 16 June 1994  New Zealand  England 4 29 93 5 Drawn[86]
128 Allan Donald (1/2) 21 July 1994  South Africa  England 2 19.3 74 5  South Africa won[87]
129 Angus Fraser (2/2) 22 June 1995  England  West Indies 2 33 66 5  England won[88]
130 Dominic Cork dagger (1/2) 22 June 1995  England  West Indies 4 19.3 43 7  England won[88]
131 Venkatesh Prasad 20 June 1996  India  England 1 33.3 76 5 Drawn[89]
132 Mushtaq Ahmed 25 July 1996  Pakistan  England 4 38 57 5  Pakistan won[90]
133 Glenn McGrath dagger (1/3) 19 June 1997  Australia  England 1 20.3 38 8 Drawn[91]
134 Dominic Cork (2/2) 18 June 1998  England  South Africa 1 31.1 119 6  South Africa won[92]
135 Allan Donald (2/2) 18 June 1998  South Africa  England 2 15.3 32 5  South Africa won[92]
136 Chris Cairns 22 July 1999  New Zealand  England 1 21.1 77 6  New Zealand won[93]
137 Ed Giddins dagger 18 May 2000  England  Zimbabwe 1 7 15 5  England won[94]
138 Heath Streak 18 May 2000  Zimbabwe  England 2 35.5 87 6  England won[94]
139 Andrew Caddick (1/2) 29 June 2000  England  West Indies 3 13 16 5  England won[95]
140 Courtney Walsh double-dagger 29 June 2000  West Indies  England 4 23.5 74 6  England won[95]
141 Darren Gough 17 May 2001  England  Pakistan 2 16 61 5  England won[96]
142 Glenn McGrath dagger (2/3) 19 July 2001  Australia  England 1 24 54 5  Australia won[97]
143 Andrew Caddick (2/2) 19 July 2001  England  Australia 2 32.1 101 5  Australia won[97]
144 Jason Gillespie 19 July 2001  Australia  England 3 16 53 5  Australia won[97]
145 James Anderson (1/6) 22 May 2003  England  Zimbabwe 2 16 73 5  England won[98]
146 Makhaya Ntini dagger[c]double-daggerSection-sign (1/2) 31 July 2003  South Africa  England 1 17 75 5  South Africa won[99]
147 Makhaya Ntini dagger[c]double-daggerSection-sign (2/2) 31 July 2003  South Africa  England 3 31 145 5  South Africa won[99]
148 Ashley Giles dagger 22 July 2004  England  West Indies 4 35 81 5  England won[100]
149 Steve Harmison 21 July 2005  England  Australia 1 11.2 43 5  Australia won[101]
150 Glenn McGrath dagger (3/3) 21 July 2005  Australia  England 2 18 53 5  Australia won[101]
151 Monty Panesar 17 May 2007  England  West Indies 2 36.1 129 6 Drawn[102]
152 James Anderson (2/6) 19 July 2007  England  India 2 24.2 42 5 Drawn[103]
153 R. P. Singh 19 July 2007  India  England 3 16.3 59 5 Drawn[103]
154 Daniel Vettori dagger 15 May 2008  New Zealand  England 2 22.3 69 5 Drawn[104]
155 Fidel Edwards 6 May 2009  West Indies  England 1 26.3 92 6  England won[105]
156 Graham Onions 6 May 2009  England  West Indies 2 9.3 38 5  England won[105]
157 Andrew Flintoff dagger 16 July 2009  England  Australia 4 27 92 5  England won[106]
158 Shahadat Hossain 27 May 2010  Bangladesh  England 1 28 98 5  England won[107]
159 Steven Finn dagger 27 May 2010  England  Bangladesh 3 24 87 5  England won[107]
160 Shane Watson 13 July 2010  Australia  Pakistan 2 7.5 40 5  Australia won[108]
161 Marcus North 13 July 2010  Australia  Pakistan 4 18.1 55 6  Australia won[108]
162 Mohammad Amir 26 August 2010  Pakistan  England 1 28 84 6  England won[109]
163 Graeme Swann (1/2) 26 August 2010  England  Pakistan 3 13.5 62 5  England won[109]
164 Praveen Kumar 21 July 2011  India  England 1 40.3 106 5  England won[110]
165 James Anderson (3/6) 21 July 2011  England  India 4 28 65 5  England won[110]
166 Stuart Broad daggerdouble-dagger (1/2) 17 May 2012  England  West Indies 1 24.5 72 7  England won[111]
167 Vernon Philander dagger 16 August 2012  South Africa  England 4 14.5 30 5  South Africa won[112]
168 James Anderson (4/6) 16 May 2013  England  New Zealand 2 24 47 5  England won[113]
169 Tim Southee double-dagger 16 May 2013  New Zealand  England 3 19 50 6  England won[113]
170 Stuart Broad dagger (2/2) 16 May 2013  England  New Zealand 4 11 44 7  England won[113]
171 Ryan Harris 18 July 2013  Australia  England 1 26 72 5  England won[114]
172 Graeme Swann (2/2) 18 July 2013  England  Australia 2 21.3 44 5  England won[114]
173 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 17 July 2014  India  England 2 31 82 6  India won[115]
174 Ishant Sharma dagger 17 July 2014  India  England 4 23 74 7  India won[115]
175 Trent Boult 21 May 2015  New Zealand  England 3 34 85 5  England won[116]
176 Chris Woakes double-daggerSection-sign (1/3) 14 July 2016  England  Pakistan 1 24 70 6  Pakistan won[117]
177 Yasir Shah daggerdouble-dagger 14 July 2016  Pakistan  England 2 29 72 6  Pakistan won[117]
178 Chris Woakes double-daggerSection-sign (2/3) 14 July 2016  England  Pakistan 3 18 32 5  Pakistan won[117]
179 Moeen Ali daggerdouble-dagger 6 July 2017  England  South Africa 4 15 53 6  England won[118]
180 Ben Stokes dagger 7 September 2017  England  West Indies 1 14.3 22 6  England won[119]
181 Kemar Roach 7 September 2017  West Indies  England 2 24 72 5  England won[119]
182 James Anderson (5/6) 7 September 2017  England  West Indies 3 20.1 42 7  England won[119]
183 James Anderson (6/6) 9 August 2018  England  India 1 13.2 20 5  England won[120]
184 Tim Murtagh 24 July 2019  Ireland  England 1 9 13 5  England won[121]
185 Chris Woakes (3/3) 24 July 2019  England  Ireland 4 7.4 17 6  England won[121]

One Day Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in One Day Internationals at Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Result
1 Gary Gilmour 21 June 1975  Australia  West Indies 1 12 48 5  West Indies won[122]
2 Joel Garner 23 June 1979  West Indies  England 2 11 38 5  West Indies won[123]
3 Darren Gough dagger 25 May 1997  England  Australia 1 10 44 5  England won[124]
4 Muttiah Muralitharan dagger 20 August 1998  Sri Lanka  England 1 10 34 5  Sri Lanka won[125]
5 Daniel Vettori dagger 10 July 2004  New Zealand  West Indies 2 9.2 30 5  New Zealand won[126]
6 Michael Kasprowicz 4 September 2004  Australia  Pakistan 2 9.2 47 5  Australia won[127]
7 Brett Lee dagger (1/2) 10 July 2005  Australia  England 1 10 41 5  Australia won[128]
8 Fidel Edwards dagger 1 July 2007  West Indies  England 1 10 45 5  England won[129]
9 Brett Lee dagger (2/2) 12 September 2009  Australia  England 1 9 49 5  Australia won[130]
10 Jason Behrendorff 25 June 2019  Australia  England 2 10 44 5  Australia won[131]
11 Mitchell Starc 29 June 2019  Australia  New Zealand 2 9.4 26 5  Australia won[132]
12 Mustafizur Rahman 5 July 2019  Bangladesh  Pakistan 1 10 75 5  Pakistan won[133]
13 Shaheen Afridi dagger 5 July 2019  Pakistan  Bangladesh 2 9.1 35 6  Pakistan won[133]

Women's One Day Internationals[edit]

Five-wicket hauls in Women's One Day Internationals at Lord's
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Result
1 Cathryn Fitzpatrick 21 July 1998  Australia  England 2 10 47 5  Australia won[134]
2 Katherine Brunt 8 August 2008  England  South Africa 2 10 25 5  England won[135]
3 Anya Shrubsole dagger 23 July 2017  England  India 2 9.4 46 6  England won[136]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Botham shared the man of the match award with Gordon Greenidge
  2. ^ Ratnayake shared the man of the match award with Alec Stewart
  3. ^ a b Ntini shared the man of the match award with Graeme Smith

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