Australian Cricketers Shine in Latest ICC Women’s Rankings

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Australian Cricketers Shine in Latest ICC Women’s Rankings

Australia’s commendable performance in the ongoing white-ball series in Bangladesh has led to significant advancements for several players in the latest ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings.

As the current ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup champions, Australia has demonstrated exceptional form in the initial two matches of the ODI series. Star all-rounder Ash Gardner has emerged as one of the top performers, both in terms of wickets taken and runs scored.

With a total of 52 runs in the first two matches held in Mirpur, Gardner has climbed five places to rank 17th among ODI batters. Her teammates Annabel Sutherland and Alana King have also made notable progress, moving up to 38th and 58th positions respectively.

Women’s ODI Batting Rankings

Three Australian players have also made their mark in the ODI bowlers’ list. Veteran pacer Megan Schutt has moved up to second place, trailing England’s Sophie Ecclestone, thanks to her economical bowling and two wickets against Bangladesh.

Gardner has also ascended in the bowlers’ list, moving up two places to fifth, while left-arm spinner Sophie Molineux has re-entered the rankings at 69th after her successful comeback to international cricket, marked by a three-wicket haul against Bangladesh.

Women’s ODI Bowler Rankings

The latest ODI all-rounder rankings also reflect Australia’s dominance, with Gardner leaping four places to second, behind South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp. King has also made significant strides, moving up eight places to 11th after her commendable performance with both bat and ball against Bangladesh.

Women’s ODI All-Rounder Rankings

There have also been changes in the T20I rankings following the first three matches of England’s ongoing series against New Zealand. England currently leads the five-match series 2-1, with captain Heather Knight and right-handed batter Maia Bouchier leading the run-scoring charts.

Knight has moved up five places to 23rd in the T20I batter rankings, while Bouchier has jumped from outside the top 100 to 53rd. New Zealand all-rounder Amelia Kerr has also caught attention, moving up three places to achieve a career-best 11th position, behind Australia’s Beth Mooney.

Women’s T20I Batter Rankings

England’s bowlers have also made significant progress in the T20I bowler rankings. Spinner Sarah Glenn has moved up two places to share the second spot with teammate Ecclestone. Right-arm spinner Charlotte Dean and pacer Lauren Bell have also improved their rankings, moving up to 11th and 18th positions respectively.

Women’s T20I Bowler Rankings