Sophie Devine and Amy Jones rise in ODI Batting Rankings

Top performers earn a big rise in the latest ICC Rankings update

The New Zealand women’s team led by skipper Sophie Devine hosted the England women’s team led by skipper Heather Knight for a white-ball series that included five T20Is and a three-match ODI series. England clinched both the white-ball series (4-1 in the T20I series, and 2-1 in the ODI series). While in South Africa, the Sri Lankan women’s team led by skipper Chamari Athapaththu stunned the home side by bagging the 3-match T20I series by a 2-1 margin.

Sophie Devine and Amy Jones rise in ODI Batting Rankings
Sophie Devine and Amy Jones rise in ODI Batting Rankings

Women’s ODI Batting Rankings:

Skipper Sophie Devine scored an unbeaten century (100 off 93 balls) in the 3rd ODI on her return from injury to help them avoid a whitewash. She earned a remarkable rise as she climbed up 10 spots to the 10th position with 637 points in the ICC Women’s ODI batting rankings. The 30-year-old English wicket-keeper batter Amy Jones was the leading run-scorer in the recently concluded ODI series against New Zealand when she scored 190 runs in three innings. She was also awarded the Player of the Series for her brilliant performance with the bat in the series. As a result of her impressive performances, she earned a decent rise as she climbed up five spots to 12th position with 609 points in the batting rankings.

Fargana Hoque climbed up one spot to 23rd position with 530 points, while Sune Luus climbed one spot to 24th position with 529 points and so did Deepti Sharma. The 28-year-old batter Brooke Halliday scored 63 runs in the ODI series against England, including one half-century and as a result, she climbed up nine spots to 43rd position with 410 points in the batting rankings.

Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings:

England pacer Kate Cross climbed up one spot to the 3rd position with 679 points in the ICC Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings. The Kerr sisters Amelia (585 points) and Jess (583) climbed up four spots each to 10th and 12th position in the ODI Bowling Rankings.

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Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings:

Star England all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt climbed up one spot to the 2nd position with 395 points in the ICC Women’s ODI all-rounder Rankings. Amelia Kerr climbed up a couple of spots to the 3rd position with 365 points to her name in the all-rounder rankings. New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine climbed up one spot to 7th position with 256 points and England’s left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone climbed up a couple of spots to the 11th position with 191 points to her name in the rankings.

The veteran opening batter Suzie Bates earned a massive rise as she climbed up 15 spots to the 33rd position in the rankings for scoring 84 runs and picking up three wickets in the ODI series against England. Jess Kerr climbed up a couple of spots to 25th position with 132 points to her name, while teammate Hannah Rowe climbed up four spots to equal 28th position alongside Megan Schutt with 126 points to her name. The 20-year-old left-arm spinner Fran Jonas has also earned a good amount of rise as she climbs up eight spots to the 44th position with 88 points to her name.

Women’s T20I Batting Rankings:

The Australian skipper Alyssa Healy had a good T20I series against Bangladesh. She scored 110 runs in the three-match T20I series. As a result of her impressive performances with the bat, she climbed up one spot to the 6th position with 680 points to her name. The Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu scored 80 runs in the three matches and as a result, climbed up a couple of spots to equal 7th position alongside Suzie Bates with 676 points to her name. Amelia Kerr climbed up one spot to the 11th position with 625 points in the T20I batting Rankings.

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The South African top-order batter Anneke Bosch had a decent T20I series with the bat and as a result, she climbed up one spot to equal 16th position with 598 points in the T20I batting rankings. Sri Lankan batter Harshitha Madavi Samarawickrama climbed up a couple of spots to 18th position with 597 points in the T20I batting rankings.

Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings:

The White Ferns spin trio Fran Jonas (660 points), Eden Carson (661 points), and Amelia Kerr (662 points) climbed up one spot to 14th, 13th, and 12th position in the T20I bowling rankings. The 23-year-old pacer from England Lauren Bell was the 2nd highest wicket-taker for England in the T20I series (5 wickets) and climbed up one spot to 11th position with 664 points. The 19-year-old leg-spinner, Rabeya Khan, climbed up five spots to 16th position with 655 points in the ODI bowling rankings. Ashleigh Gardner climbed up a couple of spots to the 17th position with 652 points in the T20I bowling rankings.

Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings:

The 24-year-old South African all-rounder, Nadine de Klerk, had a brilliant series with the bat as well as with the ball, scoring 95 runs with the bat in four innings and picking up 4 wickets with the ball against Sri Lanka. As a result of her impressive all-round performance, she climbed up three spots to the 10th position with 232 points in the T20I all-rounder rankings. The Australian star all-rounder Ellyse Perry climbed up one spot to 15th position with 188 points to her name in the all-rounder rankings.

The Zimbabwean all-rounder Kelis Ndhlovu climbed up three sports to the 17th position with 178 points in the all-rounder rankings. The England all-rounder Charlie Dean climbs up one spot to 20th position with 161 points to her name in the all-rounder rankings.

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