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A 13-year old debutant and two teenage centurions

The laundry list of records broken during the Quadrangular series between India, South Africa, Ireland and Zimbabwe

Annesha Ghosh
Annesha Ghosh
Graphic: Mithali Raj becomes the third player to lead in 100 women's ODIs

Mithali Raj became only the third player to lead in 100 women's ODIs  •  ESPNcricinfo Ltd

16 Successive victories for India between February 2016 and May 2017, equalling the second longest winning streak in women's ODIs. In this period, opener Deepti Sharma was Player of the Match on five occasions.
188 Deepti's score against Ireland. It is the highest by an Indian and second-highest in women's ODIs, after Belinda Clark's unbeaten 229 against Denmark in 1997. Deepti, 19, became the tenth youngest centurion, surpassing Charlotte Edwards' unbeaten 173 to claim the second spot on the list of highest individual scores in ODIs. She also bettered Jaya Sharma's 138 not out against Pakistan in 2005 as the highest score by an Indian.
6 Consecutive half-centuries for Mithali Raj. She equalled the record for the most back-to-back fifties by Australia's Ellyse Perry and Lindsay Reeler and England's Edwards, with her 79-ball 62 against South Africa in the final on Sunday.
27 Fours hit by Deepti in a single innings - a world record. She took over from New Zealand's Rachel Priest (23 fours). Deepti's 188 was also the highest score among maiden centuries in women's ODIs.
320 Runs put on by Deepti and Punam Raut in partnership against Ireland. It was the highest in women's ODIs for any wicket and only the second 300-run stand across formats.
13 years 360 days Louise Little's age when she became the youngest player - male or female - born this millennium to feature in an ODI. Little is the third youngest debutant for Ireland and fifth youngest to play women's ODIs.
50 Fifty-plus scores for Raj in ODIs. She became only the second woman, after Edwards, to achieve the feat. While Edwards got to the milestone in 160 innings, Raj took 157.
100 ODIs as captain - Raj became only the third player to do so after Edwards (117) and Clark (101).
181 Wickets for Jhulan Goswami - the most by anyone in women's ODIs. She trapped South Africa's Raisibe Ntozakhe on May 9 to surpass Australia's Cathryn Fitzpatrick.
249 India's largest margin of victory, in terms of runs, in ODIs, registered on May 15 against Ireland. Their previous best was the 207-run win over Pakistan in the Asia Cup in 2008.
53 Catches for Goswami - the most by a non-wicketkeeper in women's ODIs. She moved past Edwards and Lydia Greenway's tally when she helped dismiss Sune Luus in the final against South Africa on Sunday.
89 Catches for South Africa's Trisha Chetty, equalling the record for a wicketkeeper in women's ODIs. In her 88th innings behind the stumps, she caught Ireland's Jennifer Gray to draw level with former New Zealand wicketkeeper Rebecca Rolls, who needed 101 innings to set the mark.
100 ODI wickets for fast bowler Shabnim Ismail - the second among South Africans, after Dane van Niekerk, and the second-fastest after Australia's Fitzpatrick to reach the milestone. She bowled India's Sushma Verma on May 17 to earn her 100th scalp and became the 17th player in women's ODIs to bag as many wickets.
337 South Africa's highest total, against Ireland, was piloted by 18-year old Laura Wolvaardt's run-a-ball 149 on May 11. South Africa's bowling attack stifled the opposition to 159, completing a 178-run win - their fourth-largest margin of victory in terms of runs. A game later, South Africa recorded their second-highest total, 323, against the same opponents.
358 India's highest total and the tenth-highest in women's ODIs. India became the sixth team to reach the 350-run mark.

Annesha Ghosh is a sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo