New Zealand captain Sophie Devine has joined England’s Nat Sciver at the prime of the ICC rankings for women’s allrounders in T20Is. India opener Shafali Verma and England spinner Sophie Ecclestone retained the No. one location for batters and bowlers respectively in the format.
Devine’s all-spherical dominance in the next T20I on Saturday aided New Zealand amount the ongoing a few-match sequence towards hosts England. She was adjudged Player of the Match for her fifty and two for 28 in that recreation, her 100th visual appearance in T20Is. This is the first sequence Devine is enjoying considering the fact that getting a break from cricket in March owing to psychological-health motives.
Devine, 32, was rated No. one amid allrounders for extra than a 12 months right after first achieving the posture in February very last 12 months. In the most up-to-date update she equalled Sciver’s 371 rating points amid allrounders, even though going up 1 location to No. five and 4 sites up to the 30th posture for batters and bowlers respectively. She experienced obtained a profession-finest next location amid T20I batters early very last 12 months on the back of a history six straight scores of fifty or extra in the format.
Other New Zealand gamers to go up in the rankings involve Amy Satterthwaite (up two sites to twenty sixth) and Maddy Environmentally friendly (up eight sites to 65th) amid batters, and offspinner Leigh Kasperek (up 1 location to twenty second) and medium-pacer Hayley Jensen (up eight sites to 52nd) amid bowlers.
England’s Tammy Beaumont, who struck a match-successful ninety seven off 65 in the first T20I towards New Zealand, climbed 4 sites to access the 16th posture amid batters.
Following the not long ago concluded one-one tied T20I sequence among South Africa and hosts West Indies, opener Lizelle Lee’s sequence-topping 114 operates aided her get a few slots to achieve the eighth posture even though her workforce-mate Laura Wolvaardt advanced 4 sites to twentieth location right after scoring seventy one operates in a few innings. Amongst the West Indies gamers, bowlers Hayley Matthews (up seven sites to 14th) and Anisa Mohammed (up six sites to thirty seventh) produced gains.