ICC Ladies’s T20I Rankings: Jemimah Rodrigues, Smriti Mandhana climb charts

Jemimah Rodrigues has moved to second within the T20I Rankings. (Supply: BCCI/Twitter)

Jemimah Rodrigues and Smriti Mandhana have each made spectacular features amongst batswomen within the newest ICC Ladies’s T20I Participant Rankings regardless of seeing India go down Three-Zero to New Zealand. In the meantime, Windies all-rounder Deandra Dottin has grabbed the highest spot amongst all-rounders within the newest replace on Tuesday. Windies beat Pakistan 2-1 in a historic away journey to the sub-continent.

Rodrigues’s 132 runs within the three-match collection has lifted her 4 locations to second place whereas Smriti Mandhana, who grabbed the highest spot in ODIs final week, has moved 4 spots to achieve sixth place after ending because the main run-getter within the collection with an mixture of 180. The left-hander smashed two half-centuries together with a fluent 86 within the final match in Hamilton but it surely wasn’t sufficient to guide the India ladies to win.

Spinners Radha Yadav, up 18 locations to 10th after taking 4 wickets within the collection, and Deepti Sharma, up 5 locations to 14th, are the Indian ladies to have made jumps amongst bowlers.

For New Zealand, Sophie Devine moved from 11th to eighth amongst batters after scoring 153 runs within the collection together with a match-winning 72 within the last recreation, whereas captain Amy Satterthwaite’s 87 runs has seen her go from 23rd to 17th place. Amongst bowlers, Lea Tahuhu has moved up 5 slots to 11th place.

For the Windies, Dottin was the standout performer within the collection win towards Pakistan. She has moved two locations as much as third amongst batters after scoring 158 runs within the collection whereas her three wickets lifted her two slots to 29th amongst bowlers. The online consequence has been a promotion to No.1 within the record of all-rounders.

Pakistan skipper Bismah Maroof has risen three slots to tie with compatriot Javeria Khan in 15th place amongst batters whereas Sana Mir, who’s highest ranked within the ODIs, has moved up six locations to take 28th place amongst T20I bowlers after three wickets within the collection.

Within the crew rankings, New Zealand’s success has seen them overtake England to take second place. Ladies’s T20 World Cup 2018 champions Australia proceed to guide the desk with Windies and India, semifinalists on the T20 World Cup, fourth and fifth, respectively.

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