ISLAMABAD: A pair of South Africa stars have made large strides inside the highest 5 on the most recent set of ICC Girls MRF Tyres ODI Participant Rankings.
The ICC launched the brand new rankings on Tuesday and classy opener Laura Wolvaardt and skilled fast Ayabonga Khaka have been the large winners after dominant performances for the Proteas throughout their current ODI collection sweep over Eire.
Wolvaardt’s very good innings of 89 within the third and ultimate match in Dublin got here simply on the proper time because it catapulted the right-hander previous Australia skipper Meg Lanning and into fourth place on the most recent rankings for batters.
It was the one change inside the highest 10 for batters, however fellow South Africa batter Lara Goodall — who was the main run-scorer for the collection with 143 runs — shot up a whopping 15 locations to forty third following an unbeaten 93 within the second match.
In the meantime, it was Khaka who made the largest impression on the bowler rankings as she jumped two locations to fifth after an attention-grabbing collection towards Eire.
Whereas Khaka solely managed two wickets for the collection, the right-armor was close to unplayable for lots of the younger Eire batters and completed the three matches with a surprising economic system fee of simply 1.40.
That helped Khaka bounce in entrance of India pacer Jhulan Goswami and skilled team-mate Marizanne Kapp and into fifth on the most recent bowler rankings behind first-placed England spinner Sophie Ecclestone.
South Africa captain Sune Luus moved up 4 locations to ninth on the rankings for all-rounders. England’s Nat Sciver stays the top-ranked all-rounder.
For Eire, Sophie MacMahon (moved up 31 spots to No.95) and Georgina Dempsey (moved up 56 spots to No.90) had been among the many high gainers within the batters chart, following their noteworthy performances within the second recreation. Dempsey additionally made beneficial properties on the all-rounders’ chart, gaining 22 spots to eightieth place.
Nonetheless, the highest mover from the Irish camp is Arlene Kelly, who made beneficial properties throughout departments. She moved up 52 spots to No.146 on the batting listing, 58 spots to No.90 on the bowlers’, and 53 spots to No.94 on the all-rounders’ chart.