DUBAI, Sept. 27 (IANS) The incredible Jhulan Goswami has recently resigned from international cricket to complete her over-50 career as she is the planet The fifth-ranked bowler, while Indian commander Harmanpreet Kaur arrived in fifth place in the latest ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings, released on Tuesday.
Enjoying her final series, the 39-year-old Goswami has picked three of every three video games, remembering two as the last remaining, and her influence in India’s 3-0 series has clearly outpaced Great Britain, as she is essentially the most conservative bowler on both sides of the entire disparate game, has a FS rhythm of 3.00 over 27 overs.
And then again, Harmanpreet beat a sport that has won 111 out of 143 in their second match at Canterbury, he has secured 4 zones to get to fifth match form while opener Smriti Mandhana And Deepti Sharma has similarly climbed to the latest position in addition to the IWC series between the West Indies and New Zealand, considering exhibitions in the last two races of the series.
Mandhana, the previous top-level batsman with 40 and 50 in two overs, has moved up one spot to finish sixth, while Sharma remains unbeaten with 68 in Grasp’s third inning, Raised her 8 spots to 24th.
Pooja Vastrakar (up 4 places to 49th) and Harleen Deol (up 46 places to 81st) are different Indian players who are climbing the batsman’s list, while new bowler Renuka Singh is grabbing 4 for two Every wicket in the game.
Meanwhile, Britain’s Danny Wyatt, who scored 65 points in the ensuing game, gained two vacancies to rank 21st among players, while Amy Jones moved up four spots to 30th. Charlie Senior is 62nd in batsman, 19th in bowlers and top 24th.
West Indies captain Hayley Matthews took first all-rounder in the ODI design, after New Zealand won 2-1 with 88 runs and five wickets. A career without precedent.
Mathews, who had previously been the highest-degree all-rounder in the T20Is, also climbed three spots to 18th in gamers and two spots to sixth in bowlers.
New Zealand’s Lauren Down (up 15 places to 55th) was another batsman to advance after the collection, while Hannah Rowe (up two places to 33rd), Amelia Kerr (up four places to 11th) And Jess Kerr (up one spot to 21st) has climbed the bowler’s rundown. Leg-turner Afy Fletcher of the West Indies is currently ranked 41st.
In the ICC Women’s T20I Competitor Ranking, Thailand’s Natthakan Chantham was named the opponent’s competitor with 64 points in the 2022 Women’s T20 World Cup qualifier knockout match against Bangladesh , she has climbed two places to 14th, while Scotland captain Catherine Bryce moved up one place to 19th.
Zimbabwe’s Sharne Mayers (up 18 places to 21st), joins Bedouin Theertha Sathish (up 9 places to 28th), Ireland’s Gaby Lewis (up one place to 29th, Papua New Guinea’s Brenda Tau (up 9 places to 33rd) and Bangladesh’s Murshida Khatun (up 23 places to 36th) are many others climbing the batsman rankings.
Thailand’s second-in-command Nattaya Boochatham (up one place to 14th), Zimbabwe’s Helpful Marange (up five places to 29th) and Ireland’s mid-speeder Arlene Kelly (up 39 places to 39th) are among the bowlers. climbed the list.