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Perry, Healy progress in rankings as Australia seal World Cup berth

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Australia become the first side to seal their spot in the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2021.
  • Stafanie Taylor moves into top 10; hat-trick woman Schutt consolidates top position among bowlers

Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy have advanced in the MRF Tyres ICC Women’s Player Rankings after admirable efforts in their ICC Women’s Championship series against West Indies, which they won 3-0 to ensure a place in the next World Cup with six matches still to play.

Perry is in second place in the batting list led by India's Smriti Mandhana and Healy is fourth after the ICC Women's T20 World Cup champions won the away series with ease and consolidated their position at the top of the points table.

Elyse Perry is now second while Alyssa Healy is fourth in the batting rankings
Elyse Perry is now second while Alyssa Healy is fourth in the batting rankings

England are also virtually through with 24 points from 18 matches in the eight-team championship, which provides direct qualification berths for the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2021 to hosts New Zealand and four other teams. India and South Africa are on 16 points from 15 matches each, Pakistan are fifth with 15 from 15 and New Zealand sixth with 14 from 15.

Perry, who scored 178 runs in the series, including an unbeaten 112 in the second match and a whirlwind 61 off 32 balls in the final game, has advanced from third to second, while Healy's 241 runs in the series, including a knock of 122 in the first match, have helped her progress three places.

Fast bowler Megan Schutt, who had grabbed the top place in the bowlers’ rankings after the series against England, retains the position after finishing with five wickets in the series, including a hat-trick in the final match in Antigua.

Megan Schutt has retained her No.1 position in bowling rankings
Megan Schutt has retained her No.1 position in bowling rankings

For West Indies, Stafanie Taylor gained two places to reach 10th position after scoring 114 runs in the series. 

Some highlights of the ODI rankings:

Batting

  • Ellyse Perry (Aus) up one place to second
  • Alyssa Healy (Aus) up three places to fourth
  • Stafanie Taylor (WI) up two places to 10th
  • Ashleigh Gardner (Aus) up 10 places up to 35th 
  • Kyshona Knight (WI) up 15 places to 53rd
  • Nicola Carey (Aus) up nine places up to 99th

Bowling

  • Megan Schutt (Aus) retains top spot 
  • Georgia Wareham (Aus) up nine places to 53rd
  • Nicola Carey (Aus) up seven places to 57th
  • Tayla Vlaeminck (Aus) up 45 places to 65th
  • Stacy-Ann King (WI) up six places to 84th
  • Chinelle Henry (WI) up nine places to 92nd
  • Karishma Ramharack (WI) up 16 places to 93rd

All-rounders

  • Ellyse Perry retains top spot with career-best rating points
  • Ashleigh Gardner (Aus) up six places to 10th

 

MRF Tyres ICC Women’s ODI  Player Rankings (as of 12 September 2019)

Batters (top 10)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge Highest rating
1 ( - ) S Mandhana India 802! 42.41 802 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
2 (+1) Ellyse Perry Aus 766 53.53 778 v India at Vadodara 2018
3 (-1) A Satterthwaite NZ 759 38.98 782 v Aus at Bay Oval 2017
4 (+3) Alyssa Healy Aus 734! 29.57 734 v WI at Antigua 2019
5 (-1) T Beaumont Eng 722 41.07 738 v Aus at Leicester 2019
6 (-1) Mithali Raj India 717 51.29 881 v Aus at Baroda Vadodar 2004
7 (-1) Meg Lanning Aus 713 52.27 879 v NZ at Bay Oval 2016
8= ( - ) Suzie Bates NZ 683 42.64 801 v Aus at Bay Oval 2016
      ( - ) Sophie Devine NZ 683! 32.17 683 v Aus at Melbourne 2019
10 (+2) Stafanie Taylor WI 676 43.43 790 v India at St Kitts (WP) 2012   

 

Bowlers (top 20)

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Avge Eco Highest Rating
1 ( - ) Megan Schutt Aus 766! 22.27 4.18 766 v WI at Antigua 2019
2 ( - ) Jess Jonassen Aus 753! 21.38 4.05 753 v WI at Antigua 2019
3 ( - ) J Goswami India 731 21.34 3.25 816 v Eng at Chennai 2007
4 ( - ) Ellyse Perry Aus 716 24.3 4.35 740 v India at Mumbai 2012
5 ( - ) Sana Mir Pak 714 24.34 3.68 729 v SA at Potchefstroom 2019
6 ( - ) S Pandey India 690*! 20.5 3.9 690 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
7 ( - ) M Kapp SA 676 23.97 3.69 736 v India at Potchefstroom 2017
8 ( - ) Shabnim Ismail SA 668 20.66 3.6 700 v Eng at Worcester 2018
9 ( - ) Poonam Yadav India 658*! 21.09 3.8 658 v Eng at Mumbai 2019
10 ( - ) Katherine Brunt Eng 649 23 3.47 812 v India at Mumbai 2013

 

All-rounders (top five) 

Rank (+/-) Player Team Pts Highest Rating
1 ( - ) Ellyse Perry Aus 548! 548 v WI at Antigua 2019
2 ( - ) Deepti Sharma India 394 403 v NZ at Hamilton 2019
3 ( - ) Stafanie Taylor WI 356 605 v NZ at Kingston 2013
4 ( - ) D van Niekerk SA 345 422 v SL at Potchefstroom 2019
5 ( - ) Jess Jonassen Aus 308*/! 308 v WI at Antigua 2019

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