List of New Zealand One Day International cricket records

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New Zealand fielding in the 3rd ODI of their 2015 tour to England. A match where Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor scored the highest 3rd wicket partnership for New Zealand, leading the team to one of their highest successful chases.

This is a List of New Zealand One-Day International cricket records, that is record team and individual performances in One Day International (ODI) cricket. Records for Test cricket are at List of Test cricket records. This list is based on the List of One-Day International cricket records.

Key

The top ten records are listed for each category. Tied records for the tenth place are listed as well. Explanations of the general symbols and cricketing terms used in the list are given below. Specific details are provided in each category where appropriate.

Symbol Meaning
double-dagger Player is currently active in T20I cricket
* Player remained not out or partnership remained unbroken
World record


Reliance ICC ODI Rankings
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 45 5733 127
2  India 57 6457 114
3  South Africa 57 6362 112
4  New Zealand 52 5767 111
5  Sri Lanka 67 6956 104
6  England 56 5639 101
7  Bangladesh 37 3571 97
8  Pakistan 57 4983 87
9  West Indies 38 3256 86
10  Afghanistan 25 1185 47
11  Ireland 15 683 46
12  Zimbabwe 55 2466 45
Reference: ICC Rankings, 12 January 2016

Team records

Team wins, losses, and ties

Matches played (total)

Mat Won Lost Tied NR Win %
703 311 348 6 38 47.21
Note: Win percentage excludes no result matches and counts ties as half wins i.e. [won÷(matches - noresult)×100].

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

Matches played (by country)

Team First Match Mat Won Lost Tied NR Win %
 Afghanistan 2015 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 Australia 1974 130 37 87 0 6 29.83
 Bangladesh 1990 25 17 8 0 0 68.00
 Canada 2003 3 3 0 0 0 100.00
East Africa 1975 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 England 1973 83 41 36 2 4 53.16
 India 1975 93 41 46 1 5 47.15
 Ireland 2007 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
 Kenya 2007 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
 Netherlands 1996 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 Pakistan 1973 98 42 53 1 2 44.27
 Scotland 1999 3 3 0 0 0 100.00
 South Africa 1992 65 22 38 0 5 36.66
 Sri Lanka 1979 95 45 41 1 8 52.29
 United Arab Emirates 1996 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 United States 2004 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 West Indies 1975 61 24 30 0 7 44.44
 Zimbabwe 1987 38 27 9 1 1 74.32

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

Team scoring records

Highest team totals

Score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
402-2 (50 overs)  Ireland Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
398-5 (50 overs)  England London 12 June 2015 Scorecard
397-5 (44 overs)  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 Ausgut 2005 Scorecard
393-6 (50 overs)  West Indies Wellington 21 March 2015 Scorecard
373-8 (50 overs)  Zimbabwe Napier 9 February 2012 Scorecard
372-6 (50 overs)  Zimbabwe Whangarei 6 February 2012 Scorecard
369/5 (50 overs)  Pakistan Napier 3 February 2015 Scorecard
363-5 (50 overs)  Canada Gros Islet 22 March 2007 Scorecard
360-5 (50 overs)  Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 January 2015 Scorecard
359-3 (50 overs)  England Southampton 2 June 2013 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

Highest successful chases

Score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
350/9 (49.3 overs)  Australia Hamilton 20 February 2007 Scorecard
340/5 (48.4 overs)  Australia Auckland 18 February 2007 Scorecard
332/8 (49.0 overs)  Australia Christchurch 10 December 2005 Scorecard
306/7 (49.0 overs)  England Southampton 14 June 2015 Scorecard
299/6 (42.5 overs)  South Africa Auckland 24 March 2015 Scorecard
298/6 (54.5 overs)  England Leeds 23 May 1990 Scorecard
297/6 (48.5 overs)  England Adelaide 29 January 1983 Scorecard
290/6 (48.1 overs)  Pakistan Dunedin 28 February 2001 Scorecard
290/7 (48.5 overs)  Bangladesh Hamilton 13 March 2015 Scorecard
281/8 (49.2 overs)  Australia Napier 3 March 2010 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

Lowest team totals

Score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
64 (35.5 overs)  Pakistan Sharjah 15 April 1986 Scorecard
73 (26.3 overs)  Sri Lanka Auckland 6 January 2007 Scorecard
74 (31.1 overs)  Pakistan Sharjah 1 May 1990 Scorecard
74 (29 overs)  Australia Wellington 20 February 1982 Scorecard
94 (25.2 overs)  Australia Christchurch 4 March 1990 Scorecard
97 (33.4 overs)  Australia Faridabad 29 October 2003 Scorecard
103 (27.0 overs)  India Chennai 10 December 2010 Scorecard
105(27.4 overs)  Australia Auckland 3 December 2005 Scorecard
108 (39.3 overs)  Pakistan Wellington 26 December 1992 Scorecard
110 (44.3 overs)  Pakistan Auckland 6 March 1994 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

Largest victories

By runs

Margin Opposition NZ Total Venue Date Scorecard
290 runs♠  Ireland 402/2 Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
210 runs  United States 347/4 London 10 September 2004 Scorecard
206 runs  Australia 276/6 Adelaide 27 January 1986 Scorecard
202 runs  Zimbabwe 373/8 Napier 9 February 2012 Scorecard
200 runs  India 288/10 Dambulla 10 August 2010 Scorecard
192 runs  Zimbabwe 397/5 Bulawayo 24 August 2005 Scorecard
181 runs East Africa 309/5 Birmingham 7 June 1975 Scorecard
167 runs  Bangladesh 244/9 Colombo 23 September 2002 Scorecard
161 runs  Bangladesh 338/4 Sharjah 28 April 1990 Scorecard
159 runs  West Indies 283/4 Queenstown 1 January 2014 Scorecard
159 runs  Australia 307/8 Auckland 3 February 2016 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

By wickets remaining

Margin Opposition Target Venue Date Scorecard
10 wickets  Australia 113 Melbourne 10 January 1981 Scorecard
10 wickets  Australia 149 Wellington 16 February 2007 Scorecard
10 wickets  Bangladesh 94 Queenstown 31 December 2007 Scorecard
10 wickets  England 165 Hamilton 12 February 2008 Scorecard
10 wickets  Kenya 70 Chennai 20 February 2011 Scorecard
10 wickets  Zimbabwe 163 Ahmedabad 4 March 2011 Scorecard
10 wickets  Zimbabwe 236 Harare 4 August 2015 Scorecard
10 wickets  Sri Lanka 118 Christchurch 28 December 2015 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2016.

By balls remaining

Margin Opposition Target Venue Date Scorecard
264 balls  Bangladesh 94 Queenstown 31 December 2007 Scorecard
252 balls  Kenya 70 Chennai 20 February 2011 Scorecard
250 balls  Sri Lanka 118 Christchurch 28 December 2015 Scorecard
226 balls  England 124 Wellington 20 February 2015 Scorecard
212 balls  Scotland 102 Aberdeen 3 July 2008 Scorecard
196 balls  England 102 Chester-le-Street 29 June 2004 Scorecard
196 balls  Pakistan 125 Wellington 22 January 2011 Scorecard
193 balls  Scotland 122 Edinburgh 31 May 1999 Scorecard
177 balls  West Indies 129 Wellington 7 January 2009 Scorecard
174 balls  Sri Lanka 189 Christchurch 26 December 2015 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

Smallest victories

By runs

Margin Opposition NZ Total Venue Date Scorecard
1 run  Pakistan 198/8 Sialkot 16 October 1976 Scorecard
1 run  Australia 220/8 Sydney 13 Jan 1981 Scorecard
1 run  Australia 232/9 Perth 3 January 1988 Scorecard
1 run  Australia 194/6 Hobart 18 December 1990 Scorecard
2 runs  England 239/8 Melbourne 13 January 1983 Scorecard
2 runs  Sri Lanka 217/8 Sharjah 18 April 1994 Scorecard
2 runs  Zimbabwe 231/9 Auckland 8 March 1998 Scorecard
2 runs  South Africa 193/8 Auckland 29 February 2004 Scorecard
3 runs  Zimbabwe 242/7 Hyderabad 10 October 1987 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

By wickets remaining

Margin Opposition Target Venue Date Scorecard
1 wickets  West Indies 204 Christchurch 6 February 1980 Scorecard
1 wickets  Pakistan 233 Christchurch 17 Deember 1995 Scorecard
1 wickets  Sri Lanka 225 Queenstown 31 December 2006 Scorecard
1 wickets  Australia 347 Hamilton 20 February 2007 Scorecard
1 wickets  England 246 London 25 June 2008 Scorecard
1 wickets  South Africa 209 Paarl 19 January 2013 Scorecard
1 wickets  Sri Lanka 139 Cardiff 9 June 2013 Scorecard
1 wickets  Australia 152 Auckland 28 February 2015 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

By balls remaining

Margin Opposition Target Venue Date Scorecard
0 balls  Zimbabwe 259 Dhaka 24 October 1998 Scorecard
0 balls  Sri Lanka 225 Queenstown 31 December 2006 Scorecard
0 balls  England 246 London 25 June 2008 Scorecard
0 balls  Australia 182 Perth 1 February 2009 Scorecard
0 balls  Sri Lanka 198 Hambantota 12 November 2013 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

Tied matches

Teams Venue Date Scorecard
 Pakistan (161/9) tied  New Zealand (161/10) Auckland 13 March 1994 Scorecard
 New Zealand (169/8) tied  Sri Lanka (169/10) Sharjah 11 November 1996 Scorecard
 New Zealand (237/10) tied  England (237/8) Napier 26 February 1997 Scorecard
 Zimbabwe (233/8) tied  New Zealand (233/9) Bulawayo 1 October 1997 Scorecard
 England (340/6) tied  New Zealand (340/7) Napier 20 February 2008 Scorecard
 New Zealand (314/10) tied  India (314/9) Auckland 25 January 2014 Scorecard

Teams displayed in order of batting innings
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 2 April 2016.

Worst defeats

By runs

Margin Opposition Target Venue Date Scorecard
215 runs  Australia 349 St George's 20 April 2007 Scorecard
210 runs  England 409 Birmingham 9 June 2015 Scorecard
203 runs  West Indies 364 Hamilton 8 January 2014 Scorecard
189 runs  Sri Lanka 263 Auckland 6 January 2007 Scorecard
174 runs  India 377 Hyderabad 8 November 1999 Scorecard
164 runs  Australia 297 Colombo 15 September 2002 Scorecard
153 runs  Pakistan 276 Karachi 21 April 2002 Scorecard
150 runs  Australia 245 Christchurch 4 March 1990 Scorecard
149 runs  Australia 303 Melbourne 13 February 1983 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

By wickets remaining

Margin Opposition NZ score Venue Date Scorecard
10 wickets  West Indies 116/10 Port of Spain 17 April 1985 Scorecard
10 wickets  Pakistan 64/10 Sharjah 15 April 1986 Scorecard
10 wickets  West Indies 191/9 Christchurch 28 March 1987 Scorecard
10 wickets[a]  India 270/5 Hamilton 11 March 2009 Scorecard
9 wickets  India 221/9 Nagpur 31 October 1987 Scorecard
9 wickets  West Indies 146/10 Christchurch 28 January 1995 Scorecard
9 wickets  Pakistan 241/7 Manchester 16 June 1999 Scorecard
9 wickets  Sri Lanka 181/10 Auckland 6 February 2001 Scorecard
9 wickets  India 224/9 Vadodara 4 December 2010 Scorecard
9 wickets  West Indies 190/9 Kingston 5 July 2012 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.
^[a] NZ scored 270/5. India were set a revised 281 to win from 47 overs. When rain set in after 23.3 overs the par score was 117. India were 203/0; 84 ahead of that par score at that point.

Individual records

Individual records (batting)

Most career runs

Runs Batsman Innings Average ODI career span
8007 Stephen Fleming 268 32.41 1994–2007
7090 Nathan Astle 217 34.92 1995–2007
6083 Brendon McCullum 228 30.42 2002–2016
5707 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 43.90 2006–present
4881 Chris Cairns 192 29.22 1991–2006
4844 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 43.25 2009–present
4707 Craig McMillan 183 28.18 1997–2007
4704 Martin Crowe 140 38.55 1982–1995
4483 Scott Styris 161 32.48 1999–2011
4379 Chris Harris 213 29.00 1990–2004

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 April 2016.

Highest average

Batting average Batsman Innings Career runs ODI career span
47.80 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 87 3666 2010–present
47.00 Glenn Turner 40 1598 1973–1983
43.90 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 5707 2006–present
43.25 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 4844 2009–present
38.81 Roger Twose 81 2717 1995–2001
38.55 Martin Crowe 140 4704 1982–1995
35.69 Andrew Jones 87 2784 1987–1995
34.92 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
34.06 Grant Elliott 69 1976 2008–2016
33.21 Jesse Ryder 42 1362 2008–2014

Qualification: 20 innings.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 April 2016.

Highest career strike rate

Strike rate Batsman! Balls faced Career runs ODI career span
114.80 Corey Andersondouble-dagger 885 1016 2013–present
114.00 Luke Ronchidouble-dagger 950 1083 2013–present
104.88 Lance Cairns 941 987 1974–1985
99.43 Ian Smith 1061 1055 1980–1992
95.53 Brendon McCullum 6312 6083 2002–2016
95.31 Jesse Ryder 1429 1362 2008–2014
87.70 Nathan McCullum 1220 1070 2009–2015
86.61 Jacob Oram 2810 2434 2001–2012
86.08 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 5627 4844 2009–present
84.02 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 4363 3666 2010–present

Qualification: 500 balls faced.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 10 January 2016.

Most career centuries

Centuries Batsman Innings Career runs ODI career span
16 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
15 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 5707 2006–present
10 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 4844 2009–present
8 Stephen Fleming 268 8007 1994–2007
7 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 87 3666 2010–present
5 Brendon McCullum 228 6312 2002–2016
4 Martin Crowe 140 4704 1982–1995
4 Scott Styris 161 4483 1999–2011
4 Chris Cairns 192 4881 1991–2006

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 6 April 2016.

Most career half-centuries

Half centuries Batsman Innings Career runs ODI career span
57 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
57 Stephen Fleming 268 8007 1994–2007
47 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 5707 2006–present
40 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 4844 2009–present
38 Martin Crowe 140 4704 1982–1995
37 Brendon McCullum 228 6312 2002–2016
32 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 87 3666 2010–present
32 Scott Styris 161 4483 1999–2011
31 Craig McMillan 183 4707 1997–2007
29 Chris Cairns 192 4881 1991–2006

Note: Includes all scores over 50 including 100s
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 7 April 2016.

Most career sixes

Sixes Batsman Innings Career runs ODI career span
200 Brendon McCullum 228 6312 2002–2016
151 Chris Cairns 192 4881 1991–2006
119 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 5707 2006–present
116 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 4844 2009–present
86 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
84 Craig McMillan 183 4707 1997–2007
81 Jacob Oram 116 2434 2001–2012
68 Scott Styris 161 4483 1999–2011
63 Stephen Fleming 268 8007 1994–2007
53 Corey Andersondouble-dagger 36 1016 2013–present

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 7 April 2016.

Most career fours

Sixes Batsman Innings Career runs ODI career span
822 Stephen Fleming 268 8007 1994–2007
720 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
577 Brendon McCullum 228 6312 2002–2016
491 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 126 4844 2009–present
467 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 157 5707 2006–present
378 Martin Crowe 140 4704 1982–1995
373 Craig McMillan 183 4707 1997–2007
370+ John Wright 148 3891 1978–1992
353 Scott Styris 161 4483 1999–2011
340 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 87 3666 2010–present

+ indicates that complete career figures are not known
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 7 April 2016.

Highest individual score

Runs Batsman Balls Faced Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
237* Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 163  West Indies Wellington 21 March 2015 Scorecard
189* Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 155  England Southampton 2 June 2013 Scorecard
172 Lou Vincent 120  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 August 2005 Scorecard
171* Glenn Turner 201 East Africa Birmingham 7 June 1975 Scorecard
170* Luke Ronchidouble-dagger 99  Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 January 2015 Scorecard
166 Brendon McCullum 135  Ireland Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
161 James Marshall 141  Ireland Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
146 Rob Nicol 134  Zimbabwe Whangarei 6 February 2012 Scorecard
145* Nathan Astle 151  United States London 10 September 2004 Scorecard
145* Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 136  South Africa Kimberley 22 January 2013 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 11 Apri 2016.

Fastest 100

Balls Batsman Final score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
36 Corey Andersondouble-dagger 131*(47)  West Indies Queenstown 1 January 2014 Scorecard
46 Jesse Ryder 104(51)  West Indies Queenstown 1 January 2014 Scorecard
67 Craig McMillan 117(96)  Australia Hamilton 20 February 2007 Scorecard
69 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 100*(69)  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 25 October 2011 Scorecard
70 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 102*(70)  Pakistan Napier 3 February 2015 Scorecard
71 Jacob Oram 101*(72)  Australia Perth 28 January 2007 Scorecard
72 Jesse Ryder 105(80)  India Christchurch 8 March 2009 Scorecard
74 Luke Ronchidouble-dagger 170*(99)  Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 January 2015 Scorecard
75 Chris Cairns 115(80)  India Christchurch 19 January 1999 Scorecard
75 Craig McMillan 104*(75)  Pakistan Christchurch 25 February 2001 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 10 April 2016.

Fastest 50

Balls Batsman Final score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
17 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 93(30)  Sri Lanka Christchurch 28 December 2015 Scorecard
18 Brendon McCullum 77(39)  England Wellington 20 February 2015 Scorecard
19 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 59*(24)  Ireland Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
19 Brendon McCullum 51(22)  Sri Lanka Christchurch 11 January 2015 Scorecard
20 Brendon McCullum 52(21)  Canada St Lucia 22 March 2007 Scorecard
20 Corey Andersondouble-dagger 131*(47)  West Indies Queenstown 1 January 2014 Scorecard
21 Lance Cairns 52(25)  Australia Melbourne 13 February 1983 Scorecard
21 Craig McMillan 64*(27)  United States London 10 September 2004 Scorecard
21 Brendon McCullum 51*(21)  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 August 2005 Scorecard
21 Brendon McCullum 50 (24)  Australia Auckland 28 February 2015 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 10 April 2016.

Most sixes in an innings

Sixes Batsman Score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
14 Corey Andersondouble-dagger 131*(47)  West Indies Queenstown 1 January 2014 Scorecard
11 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 237*(163)  West Indies Wellington 21 March 2015 Scorecard
10 Brendon McCullum 166(135)  Ireland Aberdeen 1 July 2008 Scorecard
9 Lou Vincent 172(120)  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 August 2005 Scorecard
9 Luke Ronchidouble-dagger 170*(99)  Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 January 2015 Scorecard
8 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 93(30)  Sri Lanka Christchurch 28 December 2015 Scorecard
7 Chris Cairns 115(80)  India Christchurch 19 January 1999 Scorecard
7 Craig McMillan 64*(27)  United States London 10 September 2004 Scorecard
7 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 131*(124)  Pakistan Pallekele 8 March 2011 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 March 2016.

Most fours in an innings

Sixes Batsman Score Opposition Venue Date Scorecard
24 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 237*(163)  West Indies Wellington 21 March 2015 Scorecard
21 Nathan Astle 119(116)  Pakistan Dunedin 28 February 2001 Scorecard
21 Stephen Fleming 134*(132)  South Africa Johannesburg 16 February 2003 Scorecard
19 Martin Guptilldouble-dagger 189*(155)  England Southampton 2 June 2013 Scorecard
17 Kane Williamsondouble-dagger 145*(136)  South Africa Kimberley 22 January 2013 Scorecard
16 Ken Wadsworth 104(98)  Australia Christchurch 31 March 1974 Scorecard
16 Glenn Turner 171*(201) East Africa Birmingham 7 June 1975 Scorecard
16 Lou Vincent 172(120)  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 August 2005 Scorecard
16 Ross Taylordouble-dagger 117(127)  Australia Auckland 18 February 2007 Scorecard

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 19 May 2016.

Most Ducks

Ducks Batsman Innings Career runs T20I career span
22 Daniel Vettori 183 2201 1997–2015
20 Brendon McCullum 228 6083 2002–2016
19 Adam Parore 161 3314 1992–2002
19 Nathan Astle 217 7090 1995–2007
17 Stephen Fleming 268 8007 1994–2007
12 Chris Harris 213 4379 1990–2004
9 Tim Southee double-dagger 54 384 2008–2015
9 Martin Guptill double-dagger 126 4844 1997–2015

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 22 May 2016.

Individual records (bowling)

Most career wickets

Wickets Bowler Matches Bowling average T20I career span
297 Daniel Vettori 291 31.96 1997–2015
240 Kyle Mills 170 27.02 2001–2015
203 Chris Harris 250 37.50 1990–2004
200 Chris Cairns 214 32.78 1991–2006
173 Jacob Oram 160 29.17 2001–2012
158 Richard Hadlee 115 21.56 1973–1990
147 Shane Bond 82 20.88 2002–2010
140 Ewen Chatfield 114 25.84 1979–1989
137 Scott Styris 161 35.32 2002–2010
135 Tim Southeedouble-dagger 99 31.98 2008–present

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 22 May 2016.

Best Bowling Figures

Rank Bowling Player Opposition Ground Date
1 7/33 Tim Southee  England Wellington 20 February 2015
2 6/19 Shane Bond  India Bulawayo 26 August 2005
3 6/23 Shane Bond  Australia Port Elizabeth 11 March 2003
4 6/25 Scott Styris  West Indies Port of Spain 12 June 2012
5 5/7 Daniel Vettori  Bangladesh Queenstown 31 December 2007
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

Lowest career averages

Average Bowler Matches Wickets T20I career span
20.88 Shane Bond 82 147 2002–2010
21.56 Richard Hadlee 115 157 1973–1990
23.87 Chris Pringle 64 103 1990–1995
25.84 Ewen Chatfield 114 140 1979–1989
27.02 Kyle Mills 170 240 2001–2015
27.53 Danny Morrison 96 126 1987–1996
28.20 Mitchell McClenaghandouble-dagger 96 126 2013–present
28.39 Martin Snedden 93 114 1980–1990
29.17 Jacob Oram 160 173 2001–2012
30.36 W Watson 61 74 1986–1994

| colspan=8 | Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

Best economy rates

Rank Economy Rate Player Period
1 3.30 Richard Hadlee 1973-1990.
2 3.57 Ewen Chatfield 1979-1989.
3 3.76 Gavin Larsen 1990-1999.
4 4.06 Lance Cairns 1974-1985.
5 4.12 Daniel Vettori 1997-2015.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

Most Five-wicket Hauls

Rank 5-wicket hauls Player Period
1 5 Richard Hadlee 1973-1990.
2 4 Shane Bond 2002-2010.
3 2 Shayne O'Connor 1997-2000.
4 2 Danny Morrison 1987-1996.
5 2 Tim Southee 2008-Pre.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

Individual records (wicket-keeping)

Most dismissals (catches plus stumpings) in ODI career

Rank Dismissals Catches Stumps Player Period
1 242 227 15 Brendon McCullum 2002-Pre.
2 136 111 25 Adam Parore 1992-2002.
3 85 80 5 Ian Smith 1980–1992.
4 76 70 6 Luke Ronchi†♣ 2013-Pre.
5 37 36 1 Tony Blain 1986-1994.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

♣ - denote current wicket-keeper.

Individual records (other)

Most matches played

Rank Matches Player Period
1 291 Daniel Vettori 1997-2015.
2 279 Stephen Fleming 1994-2007.
3 254 Brendon McCullum 2002-Pre.
4 250 Chris Harris 1990-2004.
5 223 Nathan Astle 1995-2007.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

Most wins as a captain

Rank Won Matches Player Win %
1 98 218 Stephen Fleming 48.04
2 41 82 Daniel Vettori 55.33
3 31 56 Brendon McCullum†♣ 59.42
4 31 60 Geoff Howarth 54.38
5 21 44 Martin Crowe 48.83
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

♣ - denotes current captain.

Partnership records

Highest wicket partnerships

Partnership Runs Players Opponent Venue Date
1st wicket 274 James Marshall & Brendon McCullum  Ireland Aberdeen 2008
2nd wicket 157 Martin Guptill† & Brendon McCullum  Zimbabwe Harare 2011
3rd wicket 206 Kane Williamson† & Ross Taylor  England Southampton 2015
4th wicket 191 Jesse Ryder† & Corey Anderson  West Indies Queenstown 2014
5th wicket 195 Ross Taylor† & Kane Williamson  Zimbabwe Bulawayo 2011
6th wicket 267 Grant Elliott† & Luke Ronchi  Sri Lanka Dunedin 2015
7th wicket 123 Neil Broom & Jacob Oram  Bangladesh Napier 2010
8th wicket 94 James Franklin & Nathan McCullum  India Vadodara 2010
9th wicket 83 Kyle Mills & Tim Southee  India Christchurch 2009
10th wicket 76 Luke Ronchi† & Mitchell McClenaghan  South Africa Mount Maunganui 2014
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 16 October 2015.

See also

References