Sri Lanka skipper Chamari Athapaththu has re-entered the Women’s ODI Batting Rankings at No.23.
Athapaththu scored a smashing 101 in the second ODI against Pakistan recently and aggregated 142 runs in the three ODIs.
Meanwhile Pakistan Sidra Ameen capped off a superb series with the bat against Sri Lanka by making a massive jump up.
The ICC Women’s player rankings were updated today and Sidra was the big mover courtesy of her 218 runs at an average of 72.66 during the three-game ODI series against Sri Lanka.
Australia’s Alyssa Healy still leads England’s Nat Sciver at the top of the ODI batter rankings after the duo dominated the Women’s World Cup earlier this year.
Ireland youngster Gaby Lewis is the big mover on the latest T20 batter rankings, with the right-hander jumping an impressive seven spots to be rated equal 23rd overall following an impressive showing against South Africa.
Lewis has 83 runs to her name from the opening two matches of the three-game T20I series and that form has been duly rewarded by the rise in the rankings.
South Africa duo Tazmin Brits (up three spots to 36th) and Chloe Tryon (rise of four places to equal 49th) also made some gains, while right-armer Nadine de Klerk rose eight places to equal 25th on the all-rounder rankings.
De Klerk also made her move up the bowler rankings, with the 22-year-old rising 22 places to be 48th overall behind England spinner Sophie Ecclestone.
De Klerk’s South African team-mate Tumi Sekhukhune is the biggest mover on the bowling rankings, with her five scalps from the opening two matches of the T20 series seeing her rise 20 spots to 27th overall.