File photo of Renuka Singh.© AFP
Indian navigator Renuka Singh has moved up five places to 13th among bowlers, while spinner Deepti Sharma maintained seventh in the latest ICC women’s T20I ranking released Tuesday. Renuka, who conceded just 23 runs in four overs in India’s nine-wicket defeat to England last week in the first T20I at Chester-le-Street in the first T20I at Chester-le-Street, has 612 rating points. Deepti remained the only Indian bowler in the top 10 and also remained statically fourth in the list of all-rounders.
In the batter list, she moved up three places to 33rd and wicketkeeper batter Richa Ghosh moved up four places to 75th.
Smriti Mandhana (710 runs) was the highest-ranking Indian batter at number four, while Shafali Verma (686) and Jemimah Rodrigues (624) were sixth and 10th, respectively.
English all-rounder Sarah Glenn has overtaken compatriot Sophie Ecclestone after a fine performance in the first game of their three-T20I series against India.
Glenn is in a career-best second position and just 13 rating points adrift of left arm spinner Ecclestone.
English batters Sophia Dunkley and Alice Capsey also made notable gains after the first game of their series.
Dunkley’s unbeaten 61 out of 44 balls sees her rise 13 places to 44th, while Capsey’s solid 32 out of 20 deliveries has taken her 12 places to 52nd. Freya Davis has won nine places and is 59th among bowlers.
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