Charlie Dean achieves career best rankings after recent performance against New Zealand

England and New Zealand stars rise in the latest ODI Rankings. The England women’s team led by skipper Heather Knight is hosting New Zealand led by skipper Sophie Devine for a white-ball series that includes a three-match ODI series followed by a five-match T20I series. The series commenced on 26th June 2024 and will conclude on 17th July 2024. England sealed the three-match ODI series (2-0) with one match to go in the ODI series.

Charlie Dean achieves career best rankings after recent performance against New Zealand
Charlie Dean achieves career best rankings after recent performance against New Zealand

The Indian Women’s team led by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur is hosting South Africa for an all-format series that includes a three-match ODI series followed by a one-off Test match and then a three-match T20I series. India white-washed South Africa in the ODI series.

ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings:

The 33-year-old veteran England opening batter Tammy Beaumont had a decent start to the ODI series against New Zealand. She is currently the 2nd highest run-scorer of the series with 104 runs at a strike rate of 104 in a couple of innings. Her tally of runs includes one half-century that came in the 1st ODI when she scored an unbeaten (76 off 69 balls) knock against New Zealand. Courtesy of her brilliant returns with the bat, she has climbed up one spot to the 13th position (616 points) in the batting rankings.

The 27-year-old Australian all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner has climbed up a couple of spots to the 16th position (570 points), the 30-year-old South African all-rounder Chloe Tryon who missed out in the ODI and the one-off Test match courtesy of an injury, makes a return to the T20I squad. She has climbed up one spot to the 25th position (523 points). The 25-year-old England batter Maia Bouchier is having a sensational ODI series with the bat against New Zealand. She is currently the leading run-scorer of the ODI series with 167 runs at a strike rate of 121.01 in a couple of innings so far. Her tally of runs includes one half-century and one century. She smashed her maiden ODI century in the 2nd ODI. Her impressive performances in the ongoing series have earned her a massive rise in the latest rankings as she climbed up 33 spots to the 27th position (499 points).

The 28-year-old White Ferns all-rounder Brooke Halliday is one of the biggest positives for New Zealand in the ongoing ODI series. She is the leading run-scorer for New Zealand and the third-highest run-scorer of the series with 57 runs to her name at a strike rate of 71.25 and an average of 28.50 in a couple of innings. Her tally of runs includes one half-century (51 off 60 balls) that she scored in the 1st ODI. She has climbed up three spots to equal the 42nd position (428 points) alongside Pakistan’s Muneeba Ali in the rankings.

Murshida Khatun from Bangladesh has climbed up one spot to the 72nd position (294 points), and Ashley Ndiraya from Zimbabwe has climbed up one spot to the 73rd position (292 points). The 40-year-old former wicket-keeper batter from Ireland Mary Waldron has climbed up one spot to the 92nd position (247 points). The 20-year-old left-arm spinner from New Zealand Fran Jonas has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 24 spots to equal 92nd position (247 points) alongside former Ireland wicket-keeper batter Mary Waldron.

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The 26-year-old New Zealand pacer Jess Kerr is having a decent series with the bat and as a result, she has climbed up 10 spots to equal the 96th position (244 points), alongside the Sri Lankan wicket-keeper batter Anushka Sanjeewani.

ICC Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings:

The veteran 32-year-old pacer from England Kate Cross missed the 1st ODI and returned to the 2nd ODI of the ongoing ODI series against New Zealand. She had a brilliant outing with the ball conceding just 31 runs in her spell. She also picked up the wicket of Georgia Plimmer. She has climbed up one spot to the 2nd position (683 points). The 23-year-old England bowling all-rounder Charlie Dean is having a brilliant series with the ball. She is currently the 2nd highest wicket-taker with six wickets in a couple of innings at an average of 12.16. Her tally of wickets includes one four-wicket haul (9-1-38-4) in the 1st ODI. She was also awarded the Player of the Match for her match-winning performance with the ball. She has earned a significant rise as she climbed up nine spots to 7th position (614 points).

The 31-year-old veteran England all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt is having a decent outing in the ongoing ODI series against New Zealand. She has climbed up four spots to the 17th position (521 points). Udeshika Prabodhani from Sri Lanka has climbed up one spot to the 21st position (478 points), Pakistan skipper Nida Dar has climbed up one spot to the 22nd position (477 points). Indian pacer Renuka Singh has climbed up one spot to the 32nd position (415 points), the Sri Lankan all-rounder Kavisha Dilhari has climbed up one spot to the 33rd position (408 points), Diana Baig from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to the 34th position (404 points).

The 28-year-old all-rounder from the West Indies has climbed up a couple of spots to the 35th position (402 points), the young 21-year-old pacer from Australia has climbed up a couple of spots to the 36th position (400 points), the Ireland skipper Laura Delany has climbed up a couple of spots to the 37th position (397 points), pacer Jahanara Alam from Bangladesh has climbed up a couple of spots to the 38th position (395 points), the 30-year-old bowling all-rounder from India Sneh Rana has also climbed up a couple of spots to the 40th position (389 points).

The 23-year-old leg-spinner from Ireland Cara Murray has climbed up a couple of spots equal, to the 40th position alongside India’s Sneh Rana (389 points). Fatima Sana from Pakistan has climbed up a couple of spots to the 42nd position (388 points), Pooja Vastrakar from India has climbed up one spot to the 44th position (382 points), Umm-e-Hani from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to the 45th position (381 points), Annabel Sutherland from Australia has climbed up one spot to the 46th position (376 points).

The 24-year-old leg-spinner from England Sarah Glenn has climbed up four spots to equal the 59th position alongside Thailand’s Thipatcha Putthawong (341 points). The 23-year-old pacer from England Lauren Filer had a decent start to the ODI series. She picked up a wicket each in both matches. As a result, she has earned a massive rise as she climbs 17 spots to the 71st position (299 points). Frederique Overdijk from the Netherlands has climbed up one spot to equal the 100th position (201 points) with New Zealand’s Eden Carson.

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ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings:

The 31-year-old England all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt is having a decent outing in the ongoing ODI series against New Zealand. She has climbed up one spot to the 2nd position (401 points). The Australian all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner has climbed up one spot to the 4th position (364 points), the 26-year-old Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma had a good outing in the ODI series against South Africa as she picked up six wickets in three innings and scored 37 runs in the series. She has climbed up one spot to the 5th position (360 points), Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu has climbed up one spot to the 7th position (255 points).

The star Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry has climbed up one spot to the 8th position (252 points), the 23-year-old all-rounder from England Charlie Dean is having a brilliant series against New Zealand. As a result, she has climbed up five spots to the 11th position (206 points). Sophie Ecclestone from England has climbed up three spots to the 12th position (191 points). Arlene Kelly from Ireland has climbed up one spot to the 30th position (112 points), and Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur has climbed up one spot to the 32nd position (108 points).

Kim Garth from Australia has climbed up one spot to the 33rd position (106 points). The 20-year-old left-arm spinner from New Zealand Fran Jonas is having a decent series in the ongoing ODIs against England. She has climbed up six spots to equal the 34th position (97 points). Cara Murray from Ireland and Josephine Nkomo from Zimbabwe have climbed up one spot to equal the 46th position (80 points).

Former South African skipper Sune Luus has climbed up one spot, and Nahida Akter from Bangladesh has climbed up one spot to equal the 48th position (78 points). Aaliyah Alleyne from the West Indies has climbed up one spot, and Ireland’s Georgina Dempsey has climbed up one spot to equal 50th position (77 points). The 28-year-old all-rounder from New Zealand Brooke Halliday is having a good series for her side and she is one of the biggest positives from the ongoing ODI series against England. She has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 14 spots to the 70th position (52 points) in the all-rounder rankings.

The 24-year-old leg-spinner from England Sarah Glenn has also earned a significant rise as she climbed up eight spots to equal 76th position (47 points) alongside Thailand’s duo of Chanida Sutthiruang and Onnicha Kampchomphu, Ritu Moni from Bangladesh, and Ava Canning from Ireland. The 25-year-old pacer from South Africa Tumi Sekhukhune has climbed up a couple of spots to the 86th position (41 points).

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