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“Significant Shifts in ICC Women’s Rankings: England and New Zealand Players Make Major Moves”

The recent ICC Women’s Player Rankings update reflected the outstanding performances during England’s tour of New Zealand, particularly in the ODIs where England secured a 2-1 series victory.

Women’s ODI Batting Rankings

Sophie Devine made a significant leap in the ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings, climbing 10 places to enter the top 10 after her remarkable unbeaten century in the third ODI. Amy Jones of England also surged up the rankings, advancing five places to 12th position. Jones, who was also the Player of the Series, emerged as the leading run-scorer with 190 runs.

Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings

Kate Cross of England moved up one spot to third place in the ODI Bowling Rankings, while New Zealand’s duo of Amelia Kerr and Jess Kerr gained four positions each to finish in the top 15. Amelia Kerr claimed five wickets, and Jess Kerr took seven wickets in the ODI series against England.

Women’s ODI All-rounder Rankings

Amelia Kerr and Nat Sciver-Brunt made strides in the All-rounder Rankings, with Amelia advancing two places to third position and Sciver-Brunt climbing one spot to second. Suzie Bates of New Zealand also saw a significant improvement, jumping 15 spots to 33rd place.

Women’s T20I Batting Rankings

Alyssa Healy of Australia and Chamari Athapaththu of Sri Lanka made gains in the Women’s T20I Batting Rankings. Healy’s consistent performances earned her a rise in the rankings, while Athapaththu’s match-winning knock in the series decider against South Africa propelled her up two places to joint-seventh position.

Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings

Rabeya Khan of Bangladesh and Ash Gardner of Australia showcased fine bowling performances, resulting in significant jumps in the Women’s T20I Bowling Rankings. Khan moved up five places to 16th position, while Gardner advanced two spots to 17th after finishing as the highest wicket-taker with 8 wickets.

Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings

Nadine de Klerk of South Africa entered the top 10 of the ICC Women’s T20I All-rounder Rankings following her impressive all-round display against Sri Lanka, where she contributed 61 runs and claimed four wickets.

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