South Africa opener Laura Wolvaardt after her brilliant run in the ongoing ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 has leapfrogged the Australian Alyssa Healy to become the No. 1 batter in the ICC Women’s ODI Batting Rankings.
The Proteas opener Laura Wolvaardt is currently the leading run-getter in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 as she has scored 433 runs in the tournament, including five half-centuries in seven innings. Also, she missed out on her century in the match against undefeated Australia as she scored 90 runs in that match, which was held in Wellington last week. Now the South Africa opener has 740 rating points in her bag.
Meanwhile, the Australia wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy, after losing her top ranking, has dropped four places to No.5 and she has 703 rating points in her bag. Also, her teammates Beth Mooney and Meg Lanning are in second and third place in the rankings.
Also, Indian captain Mithali Raj’s fifty against South Africa, where India faced a heartbreaking defeat, has helped her become the No.6 batter in the rankings.
No Big Changes In ICC Women’s Bowling Rankings And All-rounder Rankings
England spin bowler Sophie Ecclestone is still the No.1 ranked One Day International bowler in the ICC Women’s ODI Bowling Rankings with 787 points in her bag and Australia’s Jess Jonassen is second with 727 points. Also, England spinner Sophie Ecclestone is the leading wicket-taker at the World Cup with 14 wickets in her name.
South African Shabnim Ismail has jumped to No.3 and India pacer Jhulan Goswami has jumped to No. 5. Meanwhile, in the ICC Women’s All-rounder Rankings, Ellyse Perry retained her top spot and Nat Sciver is at No.2. Pakistan all-rounder Nida Dar has moved up four places to 12th and Bangladesh’s Salma Khatun is has jumped to 19th.
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