Renuka Singh has moved to number 18 in the ICC Women’s T20I bowling standings after being named the top wicket at the Commonwealth Games of 2022.
After taking the most wickets at the Commonwealth Games, Renuka Singh has gone up to 18 in the International Cricket Council Women’s T20I Standings. Renuka’s 11 wickets catapulted her into the top 20 which never happened in her career before. As a consequence of her performance, she rose to ten places in the rankings. Australia’s Beth Mooney has retaken the top rank in the ICC Women’s T20I Player Rankings, which she had previously lost to her skipper Meg Lanning.
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After scoring 61 against India in the final, Mooney won the competition for runs scored with 179. She has surpassed Lanning in the rating rankings by 18 points, with 743 points, after hitting 70 not out against Pakistan and 36 against New Zealand the previous week. It is the third time that she rises to the top: she already was there in March 2020, and from October 2021 to July 2022. Tahlia McGrath, who is on the same team as Mooney, has kept rising. Her batting average of 93.75 and bowling average of 13.66 puts her in the top five for the first time, and she is ranked 12th among all-rounders.
Jemimah Rodrigues demonstrated her form in Birmingham by making 146 runs. For the first time since October 2021, she was back in the top 10.
Despite not earning a medal, England’s bowlers now maintain the top three positions in the bowling rankings. Katherine Brunt advanced to second place, her biggest ranking in 11 years, after exchanging positions with Sarah Glenn. Sophie Ecclestone maintains her lead over Brunt by 34 points.
South African hitters Anneke Bosch (up five positions to 20th) and Tazmin Brits (up six spaces to 22nd) have both moved greatly, while Javeria Khan of Pakistan and Deepti Sharma of India have each risen two spots to capture the 32nd and 36th ranks, respectively.
Australian Megan Schutt and South African Shabnim Ismail have risen two places to grab slots four and five on the bowlers’ rankings, respectively. South African left-arm spinner Nonkululeko Mlaba and Indian left-arm spinner Radha Yadav are now rated ninth and fourteenth, respectively. Haley Jensen of New Zealand advanced 31 places to position 13, while Ashleigh Gardner of Australia advanced to position 22 and Nadine de Klerk of South Africa advanced to position 28.
Gardner is currently the world’s second-best all-rounder, trailing only Sophie Devine, who led New Zealand to a bronze medal, with five wickets at a 4.20 economy rate and 96 runs at a strike rate of 137.14.
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