Deepti Sharma and Renuka Singh make giant leaps in latest ICC Rankings

Deepti Sharma and Renuka Singh inch closer to the top in the latest ICC Rankings Update.

Deepti Sharma and Renuka Singh make giant leaps in latest ICC Rankings
Deepti Sharma and Renuka Singh make giant leaps in the latest ICC Rankings

The West Indies women’s team led by skipper Hayley Matthews is currently in Pakistan for a limited-overs series that includes a three-match ODI series followed by a five-match T20I series. The Indian women’s team led by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur is in Bangladesh for a five-match T20I series. The series could turn out to be a good platform for the women in blue to get used to the conditions on offer and prepare accordingly for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. On the other side, a total of 10 teams are battling it out for the couple of spots that are available for the teams to book their ticket to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Bangladesh later this year.

T20 Internationals:

ICC Women’s T20I Batting Rankings:

The West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews is currently the leading run-scorer of the T20I series with 126 runs to her name at a strike rate of 134.04 and an average of 42 in three innings so far. Her tally of runs includes a couple of half-centuries. Courtesy of her impressive performances, she has climbed up one spot to the 4th position with 714 points to her name in ICC Rankings.

The Bangladesh skipper Nigar Sultana Joty has climbed up three spots to equal 13th position alongside England’s Nat Sciver-Brunt, who has also climbed up one spot to the 13th position with 613 points to her name. The Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 17th position with 600 points to her name. Ireland’s wicket-keeper batter Amy Hunter has climbed up one spot to equal 19th position with 585 points alongside Sri Lanka’s Harshitha Madavi.

The Indian wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh has also climbed up five spots to equal 25th position with 543 points alongside Sophia Dunkley. The Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma has climbed up one spot to the 32nd position with 525 points to her name. The Ireland all-rounder Orla Prendergast has climbed up four spots to the 33rd position with 521 points to her name in the batting rankings. The Pakistan skipper Nida Dar has climbed up a couple of spots to the 37th position with 506 points to her name.

Thailand’s Nannapat Koncharoenkai has climbed up one spot to equal 40th position with 495 points alongside Grace Harris. The 26-year-old Pakistan wicket-keeper batter Muneeba Ali has climbed up five spots to the 42nd position with 489 points to her name. South Africa’s Chloe Tryon has climbed up one spot to the 48th position with 448 points. Sri Lanka’s Nilakshika Silva has climbed up three spots to the 50th position with 446 points to her name. The Netherlands batter Sterre Kalis has earned a decent rise as she climbed up five spots to the 58th position with 413 points to her name.

Papua New Guinea’s Naoani Vare has climbed up a couple of spots to the 60th position with 394 points to her name. The UAE skipper Esha Oza has climbed up one spot to 64th position with 372 points and Australia’s Phoebe Litchfield has climbed up one spot to 63rd position with 384 points. Indonesia’s Ni Sakarini has climbed up four spots to equal 70th position with 348 points.

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ICC Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings:

The Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma has picked up three wickets with the ball in the first couple of T20Is so far in the ongoing series against Bangladesh. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to the 2nd position with 725 points to her name. The 28-year-old Indian pacer Renuka Singh delivered a match-winning performance with the ball in the 1st T20I, when she returned with brilliant match figures (4-0-18-3) in her spell, earning her the Player of the Match award. As a result, she has also climbed up four spots to equal the 4th position with 719 points alongside Sadia Iqbal.

The 19-year-old all-rounder from Bangladesh, Rabeya Khan picked up three wickets with the ball in the 1st T20I. As a result of her impressive performance, she has earned a massive rise as she climbed up eight spots to the 8th position with 693 points to her name. The 29-year-old veteran off-spinner from West Indies Karishma Ramharack has picked up five wickets so far in the three matches of the T20I series against Pakistan. She also earned a massive jump as she climbed up 13 spots to the 22nd position with 618 points to her name.

Australia’s Georgia Wareham has climbed up one spot to the 20th position with 631 points in the rankings. Ireland’s pacer Arlene Kelly climbed up one spot to the 25th position with 591 points to her name. The Sri Lankan all-rounder Kavisha Dilhari climbed up three spots to the 26th position with 586 points. The 37-year-old off-spinner from Sri Lanka Inoshi Priyadharshani has earned a massive rise as she climbs up 20 spots to the 27th position with 583 points to her name.

The 19-year-old pacer from Bangladesh Marufa Akter has picked up three wickets so far in the first couple of T20Is in their ongoing home series against India. As a result of her impressive performance, she has earned a significant rise as she has jumped 11 spots to the 32nd position with 566 points. The Indian all-rounder Pooja Vastrakar has also climbed up three spots to the 38th position with 542 points to her name. The 23-year-old leg-spinner from Ireland, Cara Murray has climbed up four spots to the 45th position with 519 points.

Diana Baig from Pakistan has also earned a remarkable rise as she climbed up seven spots to the 46th position with 505 points. The 24-year-old Indian left-arm spinner Radha Yadav has picked up four wickets with the ball so far in a couple of T20Is in the ongoing series against Bangladesh. She has also climbed up five spots to equal 46th position alongside Diana Baig with 505 points. The 23-year-old leg-spinner from Pakistan has also climbed up six spots to the 51st position with 500 points to her name.

The 33-year-old Sri Lankan pacer Achini Kulasuriya has also climbed up 6 spots to the 53rd position with 495 points to her name. Freya Davis from England climbed up a couple of spots to equal 59th position with 463 points alongside Salma Khatun. Ravina OA from Papua New Guinea climbed up a couple of spots to 61st position with 459 points. Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu climbed up four spots to the 62nd position with 458 points. The South African pacer Tumi Sekhukhune climbed up one spot to the 63rd position with 452 points to her name. Josephine Nkomo from Zimbabwe climbed up six spots to 66th position with 448 points.

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ICC Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings:

The Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu has climbed up one spot to the 6th position with 310 points to her name. Charlie Dean from England climbed up one spot to equal 19th position with 161 points alongside Nattaya Boochatham. Georgia Wareham from Australia climbed up one spot to the 23rd position with 147 points. Sibona Jimmy from Papua New Guinea climbed up one spot to 24th position with 144 points.

Josephine Nkomo from Zimbabwe climbed up one spot to 26th position with 141 points. Chanida Sutthiruang from Thailand climbed up one spot to 27th position with 135 points. Kavisha Dilhari from Sri Lanka climbed up three spots to the 30th position with 124 points. The UAE skipper Esha Oza has earned a remarkable rise as she climbed up 10 spots to equal 34th position with 114 points alongside Pooja Vastrakar. Afy Fletcher from the West Indies has climbed up a couple of spots to the 36th position with 109 points. Chenille Henry has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 39th position with 107 points.

Kavisha Egodage from the UAE has also climbed up four spots to the 41st position with 103 points to her name. Eimear Richardson from Ireland has also climbed up six spots to 49th position with 92 points alongside Pakistan’s Sadia Iqbal who has also climbed up one spot. Inoshi Priyadharshani from Sri Lanka has also earned a remarkable rise as she climbed up eight spots to the 54th position with 86 points. Megan Schutt from Australia has climbed up one spot to equal 56th position alongside Shamilia Connell and Oshadi Ranasinghe with 78 points.

Sugandika Kumari from Sri Lanka has climbed up one spot to 59th position with 77 points. Cara Murray from Ireland has climbed up six spots to equal 63rd position with 73 points alongside Hannah Rowe, Alice Capsey, and Ayabonga Khakha. The 29-year-old veteran off-spinner from the West Indies Karishma Ramharack earned a massive rise as she climbed up 16 spots to equal 69th position with 69 points to her name alongside Nashra Sandhu and Devika Vaidya.

Arlene Kelly from Ireland climbed up four spots to equal 76th position alongside Aaliyah Allyene with 63 points. Indu Barma from Nepal climbed up a couple of spots to 75th position with 63 points. Sune Luus climbed up one spot to the 78th position with 62 points.

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