Stafanie Taylor's Player of the Series performance in West Indies' ICC Women's Championship one-day internationals against India has helped her storm up the rankings charts, in the latest update, released on Thursday, 7 November.
Taylor held up the hosts' batting in the three matches in Antigua, totalling 193 runs in the series at an average of 64.33, with a high score of 94. Next on the list for her side was Natasha McLean, with 69 runs.
Smriti Mandhana, whose 74 in the final game earned her the Player of the Match award and helped her cross 2000 career ODI runs, dropped three places to fifth on the batting charts, having missed the first two games recovering from injury.
West Indies' Hayley Matthews, too, featured in only part of the series, after serving her suspension, but her 26 runs and three wickets were enough for her to rise four spots to 16 among all-rounders.
Players from Pakistan and Bangladesh, who played out a drawn series in Lahore, too, enjoyed gains. Pakistan's Nahida Khan, who led the way with two fifty-plus scores at an average of 65.5, broke into the top 20 among batters, to 19th place, with career-best ranking points.
Fargana Hoque, who top-scored for Bangladesh (up seven spots to No.34 in the batting), Rumana Ahmed (up four places to No.19 among all-rounders) and Aliya Riaz (up nine places to No.60 among all-rounders and by 19 places to No.64 in the batting) were the other big gainers.
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