India Women’s players make huge gains in ICC Women’s T20I Rankings

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In the ongoing ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, India Women’s players have made big gains after some breakthrough performances.

The first one to do so is wicketkeeper-batter, Richa Ghosh who has moved up to the top 20.

After her two innings of 41 and 47 against West Indies and England respectively, she has reached her career-best position of 20 in the rankings.

Ahead her are other India players like Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, and Harmanpreet Kaur.

On the other hand, New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr and Pakistan’s Muneeba Ali have also bettered their positions in the batting rankings.

Kerr’s 66 against Sri Lanka at Paarl has risen her to 16th while Muneeba Ali’s ton has placed her in 64th position.

Additionally, in the bowling rankings, Kerr has jumped up places to be placed at 13th in the list.

Other players also make gains through Women’s T20 World Cup

Meanwhile, Australian skipper Meg Lanning has been placed in the fourth place.

Former Kiwi skipper Suzie Bates has reached sixth place in the batter’s list after scoring 81 not out and 56.

Other batters benefitting in the list are Tazmin Brits (South Africa), Amy Jones (England), Orla Prendergast (Ireland), and Harshitha Samarawickrama (Sri Lanka).

Moreover, Pakistan’s Nida Dar has been placed 37th in the batter’s and 16th in the bowler’s rankings.

Furthermore, in the bowler’s list, India’s Renuka Singh Thakur has moved up to 5th position in the rankings.

On the other hand, New Zealand’s Lea Tahuhu has moved from 10th to 7th position while breaking the 700-rating points barrier for the first time.

Australia’s Darcie Brown and West Indies’ Hayley Matthews have also made it to the top 10 after delivering quality performances.

Moreover, other bowlers who have benefitted recently are Sadia Iqbal (Pakistan), Karishma Ramharack (West Indies) and Eden Carson (New Zealand).

Furthermore, Hayley Matthews and Amelia Kerr have also risen up in the allrounders’ list to second and third positions respectively.

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