Scotland's Bryce sisters, Sarah and Kathryn, moved up to No.14 and No.21 in the MRF Tyres ICC Women's T20I Rankings for batters after the latest update on Tuesday, 10 September.
Kathryn and Sarah aggregated 168 and 121 runs respectively from five innings each to help Scotland secure the fifth position in the ICC Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019, which concluded on Saturday.
While Sarah moved five positions to enter the top 15 of the rankings, with a career-high rating of 605 points, Kathryn jumped a massive 16 positions, thanks to her unbeaten 50-ball 73 in the fifth-place playoff against Netherlands. Katheryn also vaulted 11 spots to No.17 in the all-rounders' charts.
Katherine Fraser, the 14-year old off-spinner, who became the youngest player to represent Scotland in T20Is in June this year, was at No.78 in the bowling charts, after taking six wickets in the tournament, and that also propelled her two places in the all-rounders' charts, taking her into the top 100 at No.99.
New Zealand opener Suzie Bates continued to occupy the top spot in batting charts, followed by Australia captain Meg Lanning and her West Indies counter-part Stafanie Taylor at No.2 and No.3 respectively.
Thailand sizzled in the rankings as well, after having qualified for a historic maiden appearance at the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020. Sornnarin Tippoch, their captain, led the way at the No.20 in the bowlers' rankings, and was followed by Suleeporn Laomi, the leg-spinner, who climbed 17 spots to No.30. Among the batters, Naruemol Chaiwai, the opener, jumped three places to No.28.
Australia's Megan Schutt continued to occupy the top position in the bowlers' charts, and was followed by South Africa's Shabnam Ismail and India's Poonam Yadav. Further down, Bangladesh's Salma Khatun and Nahida Akter moved up to occupy the 13th and 15th positions in the bowlers' charts after match-winning contributions in the final against Thailand.
Ellyse Perry's last seven innings for Australia across all formats:— ICC (@ICC) September 10, 2019
Among all-rounders', Australia's Ellyse Perry consolidated her position at the top, and was followed by West Indies' Taylor and New Zealand's Sophie Devine,
As for Ireland, who lost to Bangladesh in the semi-finals, and eventually finished third in the competition, all-rounders Kim Garth (by seven spots) and Eimear Richardson (by 15 spots) moved up to occupy the 12th and 29th position respectively.
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