Contemporary Zealand’s Amy Satterthwaite has long gone up a feature to be positioned third in the females’s ODI batting rankings, after her knock of 63 off 67 balls in Contemporary Zealand’s 62-bustle accept in the opening ODI in opposition to India closing week. Outdated skool captain Suzie Bates scored a century while opening the batting and went up 5 spots to 17th unsightly.
Contemporary Zealand in the meantime lead the 5-match series 2-0 after their tense three-wicket accept on Tuesday.
After the Ladies’s Ashes concluded closing week, players from Australia and England also made gains. Opener Tammy Beaumont‘s half of-century in the closing ODI took her three spots as much as third space and Meg Lanning‘s unbeaten 57 in the same match also took her up as many spots to space her gorgeous in the abet of Beaumont. Ellyse Perry, who stayed unbeaten in the plod along with Lanning, broke into the tip 10.
Among bowlers, Sophie Ecclestone went up a feature to switch to No. 2 after her spell of 1 for 18 from 10 overs in the same match. Megan Schutt also went up a space with her figures of two for 25, and is gorgeous in the abet of Ecclestone, at No. 3.
Lea Tahuhu made bigger strides, going up four spots to No. 13 whereas India’s Rajeshwari Gayakwad went up 5 spots to switch to 16th space with her 2 for 28.
Within the allrounders’ rankings, Contemporary Zealand captain Sophie Devine broke into the tip 10 by exciting up three spots to No. 8.
Within the batting charts for T20Is, Beth Mooney returned to the tip feature and Lanning also went up a space, to No. 2. Among bowlers, Amelia Kerr went up 5 locations to No. 8 after her 2 for 25 in the easiest T20I in opposition to India, which Contemporary Zealand obtained.