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ICC Women’s Ranking: Major changes in women’s T20 ranking after Commonwealth Games, three Indians included in top 10 batsmen

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ICC Women’s Ranking: The women’s T20 rankings have seen major changes after the end of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Australian players have dominated in the new rankings released by the ICC on Tuesday. While some players from India have benefited and some have also suffered losses.

Beth Mooney becomes number one

Australian starter Beth Mooney edged out her captain Meg Lanning to top the new T20 rankings for female batsmen. She now she has become the number one hitter with 743 points. She is followed by Australian captain Meg Lanning in second place. Mooney scored 179 runs in five innings at the Commonwealth Games, including a half-century in the final against India. Tahlia McGrath has jumped seven places to fifth in the batting rankings.

Three Indians in the top 10

From India’s point of view, the team’s batsman Jemimah Rodrigues has benefited the most. She has risen seven places to No. 10. However, both the team’s starting pair, Smriti Mandhana and Shefali Verma, have suffered. Smriti has dropped to number four with a loss of two places and Shefali has dropped to number six with a loss of one place. Three players from India have now joined the top 10 batsman rankings. In this, Smriti has reached fourth place, Shefali sixth and Jemimah tenth. At the same time, team captain Harmanpreet Kaur earned a spot to take 15th position.

Benefit of Deepti and Renuka

In the ranking of bowlers, the British player Sophie Eccleton remains at the top. On the other hand, India’s Deepti Sharma and fast pitcher Renuka Singh have benefited. Deepti has moved up one place to number four.

We tell you that women’s T20 cricket was included in the Commonwealth Games for the first time. While Australia won the gold medal at these games in Birmingham, the Indian team had to settle for silver.

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