Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, ICC Women's T20I Rankings
Smriti Mandhana (Credits: Getty)

Following a brilliant knock in the final against Australia, Smriti Mandhana gained three places to reach fourth in the ICC Women’s T20I Rankings for batters. Meanwhile, the young Jemimah Rodrigues dropped down to seventh after failing to register a good knock for the team.

Meanwhile, the skipper of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team Harmanpreet Kaur maintained her 9th position constant in the latest rankings. The skipper of New Zealand Suzie Bates is at top of the list with 765 points. Another New Zealand batter Sophie Devine follows her with 741 points at second.

Alyssa Healy dropped down to sixth:

Beth Mooney is just three points away with 738 at third while Smriti is with 732 points at fourth. Following them, Meg Lanning takes 5th position with 715 points while Alyssa Healy, who had a disastrous series dropped down to sixth with 674 points.

Jemimah Rodrigues
Jemimah Rodrigues. Credit: Getty Images

Jemimah is at seventh while Stafanie Taylor is at 8th with 663 and 649 points respectively. Harmanpreet and Lizelle Lee of South Africa finish the top 10 with 643 and 618 points respectively.

Meanwhile, Poonam Yadav of India dropped six places to fall out of top 10 after poor series. Jess Jonassen, who had a remarkable season so far tops the chart with 754 points. Marizanne Kapp follows her with 738 alongside Megan Schutt with 730 points.

Among the other bowlers, Ellyse Perry’s golden run with the ball gave her a jump of four places into the top 10, to No.7. Anuja Patil and Delissa Kimmince lost quite a few points, falling 11 places to 31, and 14 places to 33 respectively.

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As far as the all-rounders are concerned, Sophie gained a point to equal Ellyse at the top while Natalie Sciver gains one place to finish the top three.

None of the Indian players finds a place in the top 10.

ICC Women’s T20I Rankings for batters:

ICC Women's T20I Rankings: Smriti Mandhana Jumps To No. 4, Jemimah Rodrigues Slips To Seventh Spot
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