Smriti Mandhana Holds On To Eighth Position, Jhulan Goswami Slips To Sixth In ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

Smriti Mandhana Holds On To Eighth Position, Jhulan Goswami Slips To Sixth In ICC Women’s ODI Rankings

Star opener Asmarti Mandhana remains in eighth position but veteran fast bowler Jhulan Goswami slipped one place in the bowlers’ list in the latest ICC Women’s ODI rankings released here on Tuesday. Mandhana, 25, who has scored 411 runs in ODIs this year, including a century against the West Indies in the World Cup earlier this year, is the only Indian in the top 10 of the batting chart to be led by Australia. Alyssa Haley and then Natalie Secure of England. Goswami, on the other hand, slipped one place to sixth in the bowlers’ rankings. The 39-year-old has played nine ODIs this year and has taken 12 wickets so far.

Goswami lost his position to prosthetic pacer Ayabonga Khaka after a clean sweep in South Africa’s ODI series against Ireland. Among the bowlers, England’s Sophie Ecclestone and South Africa’s Jane Johnson remain in first and second positions respectively. Another Indian Dipti Sharma remains at the seventh position in the list of all-rounders.

A pair of South African stars have made great strides in the top five in the latest set of the ICC ODI Player Rankings. The ICC released the new rankings on Tuesday and stylish opener Laura Wollard and veteran Aizabonga Khaka have been the big winners after a stellar performance for the Proteas during a clean sweep in the recent ODI series against Ireland. In the third and final match in Dublin, Willardt’s brilliant 89-run innings came just in time to overtake Australia’s right-handed captain. Mag Lanning And fourth in the latest batsmen’s rankings.

It was the only change in the top ten for the batsmen, but fellow South African batsman Lara Gadal – who was the highest run scorer in the series with 143 runs – after an unbeaten 93 in the second match overall Moved up 15 places to 43rd position. .

Meanwhile, it was Khaka who made the biggest impact on the bowler’s rankings as she jumped two places to fifth after an eye-opening series against Ireland.

While Khaka managed to take just two wickets for the series, the right-handed player was unbeatable for many young Irish batsmen and ended all three matches with an impressive economy rate of just 1.40.

This helped Khaka to jump in front of the Indian fast bowler Jhulan Goswami And experienced teammates Marizan Cup And in the latest bowler rankings, England spinner Sophie Ecclestone, who is at number one, is at number five.

South Africa captain سن لوس In the all-rounders’ rankings, they moved up four places to ninth. England’s net secure top-ranked all-rounder remains.


For Ireland, Sophie McMahon (31 points up to 95) and Georgina Dempsey (56 points up to 90) topped the batsmen’s charts, after their remarkable performances in the second game. Dempsey also took advantage of the all-rounders’ chart, reaching the 80th position with 22 points.

At the top of the Irish camp, however, is Arlene Kelly, who has excelled in all areas. She moved up 52 places to 146th position in the batting chart, 58th position in the bowlers ‘list to 90th position and 53rd position in the all-rounders’ list to 94th position.

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