India’s all-rounder Deepti Sharma has surged to joint second place in the latest ICC Womens T20I bowling rankings, joining hands with Pakistan’s Sadia Iqbal. Meanwhile, right-arm fast bowler Renuka Singh Thakur has entered the top 10, claiming the 10th spot. This shift is attributed to South African spinner Nonkululeko Mlaba slipping from second to fifth place after a less impactful performance against Australia. Sophie Ecclestone of England retains her top position among T20I bowlers.
In the all-rounder standings, Deepti maintains her fourth position. Smriti Mandhana leads among Indian batters, securing the fourth spot. Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma, and Harmanpreet Kaur are placed 13th, 16th, and 17th, respectively.
Australia’s Beth Mooney takes the top spot in the T20I rankings for batters after an impressive performance against South Africa. Tahlia McGrath holds onto the second position, while Proteas captain Laura Wolvaardt climbs to third place.
Ireland’s Amy Hunter and Gaby Lewis make strides in the T20I batters rankings due to their excellent performances against Zimbabwe. Hunter jumps 21 places to equal 18th, setting a new career-high rating.
In the all-rounder rankings, Ireland captain Laura Delany rises three spots to 14th, and Zimbabwe’s Kelis Ndhlovu climbs five spots to 17th after a notable half-century in the second game against Ireland.