Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo
Asia Cup (2)
Irani Trophy (1)
IND v SA (1)
PAK v ENG (1)
WI-W v NZ-W (1)
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1 Deandra Dottin became the first woman to score a century in the T20I format in 2010, when she smashed an unbeaten 112 off 45 balls against South Africa in the T20 World Cup opener. Dottin's century came off just 38 balls, the fastest in Women's T20Is. It is also the only century while batting at No.6 or lower in Women's T20Is.
70.44 Percentage of West Indies' total scored by Dottin during her 112 against Sri Lanka in 2017. It is the highest contribution made during a completed innings in Women's T20Is.
89 Sixes by Dottin in ODIs, the most by any woman in this format. Only three other women have hit 50-plus sixes in ODIs - Lizelle Lee (70), Chloe Tryon (59) and Sophie Devine (56).
105 Sixes hit by Dottin in T20Is. She is the only woman with 100-plus sixes in this format, while Devine is close second with 98 sixes. Dottin's 194 sixes across formats are the most by any batter in women's Internationals, well ahead of the second best, Devine (154).
20 Balls needed for Dottin to complete her fifty during the 2013 World Cup game against Sri Lanka, the fastest recorded fifty in terms of balls in Women's ODIs.
22 Dottin scored a fifty off 22 balls against Australia in the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup in 2009. It is the fastest fifty for West Indies in Women's T20Is and the joint fifth fastest by any player.