Pakistan, Indian, and Caribbean stars take a huge leap in the latest ICC Women’s T20I Rankings

Pakistan, Indian, and Caribbean stars earn big in the latest ICC Women’s T20I Rankings.

The Pakistan women’s team led by skipper Nida Dar recently hosted the West Indies led by skipper Hayley Matthews. Yet another dominant show from the West Indies outclassed the home side to bag the five-match T20I series (4-1).

Pakistan, Indian, and Caribbean stars take a huge leap in the latest ICC Women’s T20I Rankings
Pakistan, Indian, and Caribbean stars take a huge leap in the latest ICC Women’s T20I Rankings

The Scotland women’s team led by skipper Kathryn Bryce booked their maiden appearance at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Bangladesh with a comprehensive 8-wicket victory against Ireland in the 1st semi-final. The Sri Lankan women’s team led by skipper Chamari Athapaththu was the other team to book a spot for the upcoming Women’s T20 World Cup. On the other hand, the Indian Women’s team led by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur is in Bangladesh for a five-match T20I series. The scoreline (4-0) is already in favour of India with one match to go.

ICC Women’s Batting Rankings:

The West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews was the leading run-scorer of the recently concluded T20I series against Pakistan with 205 runs to her name at an impressive average of 41 in five innings. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to the 3rd position with 742 points to her name in the latest T20I rankings.

The veteran New Zealand opening batter Suzie Bates has climbed up one spot to the 7th position with 676 points to her name. The White Ferns skipper Sophie Devine has also climbed up one spot to the 8th position with 666 points to her name. The 20-year-old destructive Indian opening batter Shafali Verma is currently the highest run-scorer for India and the 2nd highest run-scorer of the series so far, with 84 runs to her name at an average of 21 in four innings. As a result, she climbed up three spots to the 12th position with 617 points to her name.

The Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has also climbed up one spot to the 16th position with 601 points to her name. The South African all-rounder Anneke Bosch has climbed up one spot to the 17th position with 598 points. The veteran England batter Danielle Wyatt has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 19th position with 582 points. The star Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry has climbed up one spot to 21st position with 577 points. England skipper Heather Knight has also climbed up one spot to the 22nd position with 575 points.

The Scotland skipper Kathryn Bryce scored 177 runs at a sensational average of 88.50 in five innings. As a result, she has earned a massive rise as she climbs up 14 spots to the 25th position with 545 points. Papua New Guinea skipper Brenda Tau has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 33rd position with 517 points. Natthakan Chantham from Thailand has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 35th position with 506 points to her name.

Thailand’s wicket-keeper batter Nannapat Koncharoenkai has climbed up one spot to the 39th position with 497 points. The Zimbabwe skipper Mary Anne-Musonda has climbed up one spot to 42nd position with 488 points. Thailand skipper Naruemol Chaiwai has also earned a decent rise as she climbs up five spots to the 47th position with 451 points. Murshida Khatun from Bangladesh has earned a big rise as she climbed up seven spots to the 49th position with 446 points.

Maddy Green from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 50th position with 445 points. Ireland skipper Laura Delany has climbed up one spot to the 56th position with 418 points. The United Arab Emirates skipper Esha Oza has climbed up six spots to the 58th position with 408 points to her name. The 18-year-old Sri Lankan opening batter Vishmi Gunaratne has earned a massive jump as she climbs up 31 spots to the 59th position with 400 points to her name. The UAE wicket-keeper batter Theertha Satish has climbed up one spot to equal the 61st position alongside Kelis Ndhlovu with 394 points to her name. Sidra Amin from Pakistan has also earned a massive rise as she climbed up 19 spots to the 65th position with 385 points. Bahrain’s Deepika Rasangika has climbed up one spot to the 68th position with 353 points.

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Shemaine Campbelle has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 16 spots to the 70th position with 349 points. Christina Gough from Germany has climbed up one spot to the 72nd position with 346 points. Josephine Nkomo from Zimbabwe has climbed up three spots to 78th position with 336 points. Ayesha Zafar from Pakistan has also earned a humongous rise as she climbs up 359 spots to 79th position with 326 points. Ailsa Lister from Scotland has climbed up seven spots to 82nd position with 321 points to her name.

ICC Women’s Bowling Rankings:

Sadia Iqbal from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to the 3rd position with 734 points to her name. The West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews has climbed up one spot to the 5th position with 710 points, and Sarah Glenn from England has climbed up one spot to the 6th position with 704 points to her name. Lauren Bell from England has climbed up one spot to the 11th position (664 points), and Amelia Kerr from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 12th position (662 points). Eden Carson from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 13th position (661 points), and Fran Jonas from New Zealand has climbed up one spot to the 14th position (660 points).

The Australian trio Darcie Brown has climbed up one spot to 15th position (657 points), Ashleigh Gardner has climbed up one spot to 16th position (652 points), and Megan Schutt has climbed up one spot to 17th position (641 points). The veteran New Zealand pacer Lea Tahuhu has climbed up one spot to the 18th position (640 points), and the Pakistan skipper Nida Dar has climbed up a couple of spots to the 19th position with 632 points to her name.

The former South African pacer Shabnam Ismail has climbed up one spot to 22nd position with 605 points. The Australian all-rounder Annabel Sutherland has climbed up one spot to equal 22nd position alongside Shabnam Ismail with 605 points.

Inoshi Priyadharshai Fernando from Sri Lanka has climbed up three spots to the 24th position (604 points), Afy Fletcher from the West Indies has climbed up 16 spots to the 25th position (603 points), Fatima Sana from Pakistan has climbed up seven spots to the 26th position (592 points), Marufa Akter has climbed up three spots to 29th position (580 points), Radha Yadav has climbed up 16 spots to equal 30th position with 568 points alongside Sneh Rana. Pooja Vastrakar has climbed up a couple of spots to the 36th position (552 points). Ireland’s Ava Canning has climbed up nine spots to 46th position (507 points), and Ireland’s skipper Laura Delany has climbed up a couple of spots to 47th position (505 points).

England’s all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt has climbed up three spots to 49th position (498 points), the Scotland skipper Kathryn Bryce has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 19 spots to equal the 52nd position with 490 points alongside Pakistan’s Diana Baig. South African pacer Masabata Klaas has climbed up one spot to 56th position (477 points), Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu has climbed up a couple of spots to 60th position (463 points), the New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine has climbed up a couple of spots to 66th position (445 points). The young 21-year-old Indian spinner Shreyanka Patil has also earned a massive rise as she climbs up 23 spots to 67th position (441 points). The 24-year-old leg-spinner from Scotland has also climbed up 12 spots to 74th position (418 points), Onnicha Kamchomphu from Thailand has climbed up one spot to 76th position (410 points), Chanida Sutthiruang from Thailand has climbed up six spots to 79th position (401 points). Hannah Rainey from Scotland has climbed up 17 spots to the 86th position (373 points), Jane Maguire from Ireland has climbed up eight spots to the 90th position (358 points), Aaliyah Alleyne from the West Indies has climbed up 28 spots to the 94th position (351 points). Ireland’s Eimear Richardson has climbed up 13 spots to the 95th position (338 points), Heena Hotchandani from UAE has climbed up 15 spots to the 97th position (337 points), Vaishanve Mahesh from UAE has climbed up five spots to equal 97th position alongside Heena Hotchandani with 337 points to her name.

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ICC Women’s All-rounder Rankings:

The Scotland skipper Kathryn Bryce was awarded the Player of the Tournament in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Global Qualifier 2024, for scoring 177 runs with the bat and picked up nine wickets with the ball. She has climbed up a couple of spots to the 9th position with 267 points to her name. Salma Khatun from Bangladesh has climbed up a couple of spots to 16th position (162 points), and Charlie Dean from England has also climbed up a couple of spots to 17th position (161 points).

Josephine Nkomo from Zimbabwe has climbed up a couple of spots to equal 24th position (144 points) alongside Sibona Jimmy from Papua New Guinea. Chaida Sutthiruang from Thailand has climbed up one spot to 26th position (141 points), and Papua New Guinea’s Kaia Arua has climbed up one spot to equal 27th position (134 points), alongside Stafanie Taylor from the West Indies.

The UAE skipper Esha Oza has climbed up four spots to the 30th position (126 points), and Afy Fletcher from the West Indies has climbed up a couple of spots to the 34th position (121 points). Kavisha Egodage from the UAE has climbed up four spots to 37th (105 points), Lea Tahuhu from New Zealand has climbed up a couple of spots to 38th position (104 points), Rabeya Khan from Bangladesh has climbed up nine spots to equal 38th position (104 points) alongside the Bangladesh trio Ruhmana Ahmed, Nahida Akter and Rabeya Khan. Eimear Richardson from Ireland has climbed up seven spots to the 42nd position (100 points).

Nonkululeko Mlaba has climbed up a couple of spots to equal 42nd position alongside West Indies Chinelle Henry, and Eimear Richardson from Ireland. Sadia Iqbal has climbed up one spot to 48th position (95 points), Inoshi Priyadharshani Fernando from Sri Lanka has climbed up a couple of spots to 52nd position (88 points), Aaliyah Alleyne has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 20 spots to 55th position (79 points), Hayley Jansen from New Zealand has climbed up a couple of spots to 58th position (76 points).

Arlene Kelly from Ireland has also earned a massive rise as she climbed up 16 spots to equal 59th position (75 points) alongside Rachel Andrew from Vanuatu and Shabnim Ismail from South Africa. Anneke Bosch from South Africa has climbed up one spot to equal 72nd position alongside India’s Devika Vaidya, and Bangladesh’s Marufa Akter who has also climbed up six spots. Ireland’s Ava Canning has climbed up seven spots to equal 76th position alongside Nepal’s Sita Magar (65 points).

India’s Radha Yadav has climbed up 15 sports to equal 88th position alongside Sri Lanka’s Achini Kulasuriya, Inoka Ranaweera, and Singapore’s GK Divya (55 points). India’s Shreyanka Patil has also earned a massive rise as she climbs up 32 spots to the 92nd position (54 points). England’s Danni Wyatt has climbed up four spots to 94th position (52 points), Scotland’s Priyanaz Chatterji has climbed up 13 spots to equal 94th position alongside Germany’s Christina Gough, Isle of Man Women Lucy Barnett, Pakistan’s Diana Baig, and England’s Danni Wyatt.

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