ICC women’s T20I rankings: Renuka Singh jumps to 13th among bowlers, Deepti Sharma static at 7th | Cricket News

DUBAI: Indian setter Renuka Singh jumped five places to rank 13th among bowlers while being a spinner Deepti Sharma held on to seventh place in the last ICC T20I women’s ranking published on Tuesday.
Renuka, who cast an economic spell, giving up just 23 runs from four overs in India’s nine-wicket defeat to England in the first T20I at Chester-le-Street last week, has 612 runs from ranking.
Deepti remained the only Indian bowler in the top 10 while remaining static at number four on the all-around list.
In the hitting list, she climbed three places to 33rd and wicket hitter Richa Gosh climbed four places to 75th place.
Smriti Mandhana (710 runs) was the highest ranked Indian among hitters at number four, while Shafali Verma (686) and Jemimah Rodrigues (624) were static sixth and 10th respectively.
England all-rounder Sarah Glenn closed in on compatriot Sophie Ecclestone after a fine display in the opener of their three-way T20I series against India.
Glenn is a career-best second and just 13 points behind left-arm spinner Ecclestone.
England batsmen Sophia Dunkley and Alice Capsey also made notable gains after the opener of their series.
Dunkley’s unbeaten 61 off 44 balls sees her climb 13 places to 44th while Capsey’s 32 fastballs not off 20 deliveries lifted her 12 places to 52nd. Freya Davis moved up nine spots and is 59th among bowlers.

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