International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the ODI batting rankings for women. The top ten batsmen stayed the same without adding the previous list.
England fittings Tammy Beaumont still held the number-uno position with 791 ratings. Beaumont won a match runs a ball 87 in the first ODI against India.
South Africa opener Lizelle Lee retains her second place with 758 ratings, while Australia paaltjiewagter Alyssa Healy was in third place with 756 points.
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor was placed in fourth place with 746 ratings.
In the skipper Mithali Raj jumped three positions above to enter the top five list. Mithali scored a 108-ball 72 during the first one-day match England. The 38-year-old has 725 ratings.
Australia’s Meg Lanning and New Zealand star fittings Amy Satterthwaite moved a position down to sixth and seventh place respectively. Lanning has 723 rating points, while Satterthwaite has 715 ratings.
England omnivore Natalie Sciver was in eighth place in the rankings, a place ahead of her previous rating. Sciver smoked 74 runs from the same number of balls in the first ODI against India. The 28-year-old has 708 points on her name.
In the opener Smriti Mandhana dropped two positions below her previous rankings to ninth place. Mandhana could only record ten runs in the opening match against England. She currently has 695 points.
South Africa young rifle Laura Wolvaardt was scaled down at the bottom of the top 10 list with 683 points.
In the latest @MRFWorldwide ICC Women’s ODI Player Batting Rankings:
– ICC (@ICC) 29 June 2021