ICC Rankings: Indian women’s team showed strength in ICC Rankings, 5 cricketers together in top 20

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ICC Rankings: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the latest rankings for women’s T20 cricket. The match played in the T20 World Cup saw a big change in the ICC rankings. India’s star wicket-keeper batsman Richa Ghosh achieved career best ranking. He has entered in the top-20 batsmen. Richa has played many excellent innings in the Women’s T20 World Cup. These include an unbeaten inning of 44 runs in 32 balls against the West Indies and an unbeaten inning of 47 runs in 34 balls against England. After these innings, she has reached 20th position among batsmen. Richa is the 5th Indian batsman to make it to the top-20 list of batters. At the same time, fast bowler Renuka is at the 5th position in the bowling rankings. Renuka has gained 7 places.

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Richa is the fifth player from India to get entry in top-20 batsmen. Before her, Smriti Mandhana is in third place, Shefali Verma is in 10th place, Jemimah Rodrigues is in 12th place and captain Harmanpreet Kaur is in 13th place. At the same time, originally bowler Amelia Kar played a match-winning 66 against Sri Lanka in the Women’s T20 World Cup. Due to this, she has reached career best 16th position among batsmen. Amelia is ranked 13th among bowlers, while in the list of all-rounders she has improved one place to reach third place. Apart from them, Amelia Karr of New Zealand and Muneeba Ali of Pakistan have also improved in the ranking of women batsmen.

Bowlers also showed great performance

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India pacer Renuka Singh, who returned figures of 5/15 against England in the Women’s T20 World Cup, has also made gains in the rankings for bowlers. Renuka has reached the top-5 with an improvement of seven places. She has reached the 5th position. In the Women’s T20 World Cup, Pakistan’s Muneeba Ali scored an innings of 102 runs in 68 balls against Ireland. She became the first woman cricketer to score a century for Pakistan in T20 Internationals. Muniba has moved up 10 places to a career-best 64th in the rankings for batsmen.

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Indian player in all-rounder category as well

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Australia’s Ashley Gardner remains in the first place among all-rounders. At the same time, India’s Deepti Sharma has reached the fourth position with a loss of a few places. The rankings of Mathews and Amelia Karr have improved. At the same time, Pakistan’s Nida Dar has improved two places to reach the fifth position among all-rounders.

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