Nat Sciver-Brunt claims top spot in the latest ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings

England all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt claims top spot in the latest ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings.

Nat Sciver-Brunt claims top spot in the latest ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings
Nat Sciver-Brunt claims top spot in the latest ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings

The England women’s team led by skipper Heather Knight recently completed a dominating whitewash in the three-match ODI series (3-0) against New Zealand led by skipper Sophie Devine. The Indian Women’s team led by skipper Harmanpreet Kaur also completed a comprehensive whitewash in the three-match ODI series (3-0) against South Africa led by skipper Laura Wolvaardt.

ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings:

The 31-year-old England wicket-keeper batter Amy Jones scored a half-century in the 3rd ODI. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to the 13th position (618 points). The 36-year-old veteran New Zealand opening batter Suzie Bates also had a decent series with the bat, scoring 45 runs (in three innings) against England. She has also climbed up one spot to 17th position (551 points). Chloe Tryon from South Africa has also climbed up one spot to the 24th position (523 points). The 25-year-old opening batter from England Maia Bouchier had a brilliant series with the bat, scoring 186 runs at a strike rate of 117.72 in three innings. She was the leading run-scorer of the series. As a result of her brilliant performances in the series, she has climbed up one spot to the 26th position (510 points).

The 28-year-old batting all-rounder from New Zealand Brooke Halliday had an impressive series with the bat scoring 88 runs, ending as the fourth-highest run-scorer of the series against England. As a result, she has climbed up three spots to equal the 39th position alongside the South African opening batter Tazmin Brits (438 points). The 19-year-old batting all-rounder from England Alice Capsey scored 74 runs with the bat in a couple of innings and was unbeaten throughout the series. As a result, she has earned a significant rise as she climbed up nine spots to equal 64th position alongside Australia’s Georgia Wareham (322 points). The 29-year-old batter from New Zealand Lauren Down scored 14 runs in a couple of innings in the series. She has climbed up a couple of spots to the 74th position (293 points).

The 27-year-old pacer from New Zealand scored nine runs in a couple of innings, as a result, she has climbed up three spots to the 92nd position (254 points). Wicket-keeper batter from the West Indies Rashada Williams has climbed up one spot to the 97th position (243 points). The 27-year-old batting all-rounder Josephine Nkomo has climbed up one spot to equal the 98th position alongside New Zealand’s Jess Kerr (242 points).

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ICC Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings:

The West Indies skipper Hayley Matthews had a decent outing with the ball in her five-over spell in the 1st ODI against Sri Lanka. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to the 7th position (610 points). Alana King from Australia has climbed up one spot to the 13th position (550 points), and Nashra Sandhu from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to the 14th position (544 points). The 27-year-old pacer from New Zealand, Hannah Rowe picked up a couple of wickets with the ball in the 3rd ODI against England. As a result, she has earned a significant rise as she climbed up five spots to the 18th position (512 points).

The 23-year-old pacer from England, Lauren Bell picked up a five-wicket haul in the 3rd ODI against New Zealand, which was also her career-best figures (5/37) with the ball in the ODI format. Her match-winning spell earned her the Player of the Match award. As a result of her impressive performance, she has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 22 spots to the 24th position (474 points). New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine had a decent outing with the ball in the ODI series against England. As a result, she climbed up three spots to the 40th position (394 points). Sri Lankan skipper Chamari Athapaththu has climbed up one spot to the 60th position (339 points).

The 23-year-old pacer from New Zealand Molly Penfold picked up one wicket in the 3rd ODI of the series. She has earned a significant rise as she climbed up 10 spots to the 94th position (215 points).

ICC Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings:

The 31-year-old England all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt had an impressive all-round performance, scoring 78 runs in a couple of innings with the bat in the ODI series against New Zealand. Apart from her exploits with the bat, she also picked up one wicket with the ball in the 1st ODI. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to the number one position (412 points), removing the South African all-rounder Marizanne Kapp from the top spot in the rankings.

The South African all-rounder Chloe Tryon has climbed up one spot to the 12th position (190 points). Australian all-rounder Jess Jonassen has climbed up one spot to the 13th position (189 points). The Australian leg-spinner Alana King has climbed up one spot to equal the 14th position alongside England’s Sophie Ecclestone (188 points). The 27-year-old pacer from New Zealand Hannah Rowe had an impressive series with the ball as she picked up two wickets in a couple of innings with the ball and scored nine runs with the bat in a couple of innings. As a result, she climbed up three spots to the 25th position (130 points).

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Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur climbed up one spot to the 31st position (108 points), Scotland skipper Kathryn Bryce climbed up a couple of spots to equal the 34th position (95 points), alongside New Zealand’s Fran Jonas. Omaima Sohail from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to equal the 52nd position (74 points), alongside India’s Meghna Singh. Afy Fletcher from the West Indies has climbed up one spot to the 54th position (73 points), Sibona Jimmy from Papua New Guinea has climbed up one spot to the 55th position (72 points).

The 23-year-old England pacer Lauren Bell has earned a massive rise as she climbed up 12 spots to equal the 57th position alongside Ireland’s duo of Orla Prendergast and Leah Paul (69 points). The 28-year-old batting all-rounder from New Zealand Brooke Halliday had an impressive all-round series, scoring 88 runs in three innings and picked up three wickets with the ball. As a result of her impressive all-round performance, she has earned a significant rise as she climbed up five spots to equal the 65th position (56 points) alongside Rabeya Khan from Bangladesh and Iris Zwilling from the Netherlands.

The 24-year-old leg-spinner from England Sarah Glenn has climbed up one spot to equal 75th position (49 points) alongside Thailand’s Nattaya Boochatham. The 19-year-old batting all-rounder from England Alice Capsey scored 35 runs and picked up one wicket with the ball. As a result, she earned a significant rise as climbed up nine spots to the 77th position (48 points). Robine Rijke from the Netherlands has climbed up one spot to the 88th position (40 points). The 33-year-old pacer from South Africa Masabata Klaas picked up three wickets with the ball in a couple of innings in the series against India and scored one run in an inning with the bat. As a result, she has climbed up one spot to equal the 90th position (36 points) alongside Maddy Green from New Zealand.

The 38-year-old veteran all-rounder from Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch has climbed up one spot, Jane Maguire from Ireland has climbed up one spot, and Umm-e-Hani from Pakistan has climbed up one spot to equal the 96th position (32 points) alongside England’s Danielle Wyatt in the latest Women’s ODI All-rounder rankings.

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