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Satterthwaite and Bates

Big gains for New Zealand, Australia stars in ICC Player Rankings

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New Zealand and Australia stars have made big gains in the MRF ICC Player Rankings for Women's ODIs after their brilliant showings in their respective series against India and England.

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Ahead of the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup, New Zealand and Australian players have displayed some fine form which bodes well for their respective sides as they amp up the preparation for the tournament. 

In the ODI batting charts, Amy Satterthwaite has jumped up to the third spot, gaining one position with 730 rating points. Her ranking jumps up after a fine performance in the first ODI against India, where she scored a 67-ball 63, leading the hosts to a victory. 

Suzie Bates also starred in the same match, scoring a brilliant century which has helped her jump five spots to number 17 in the charts. 

The Women's Ashes also concluded last week in Melbourne, with batters from both sides coming up with some sizzling displays. England opener Tammy Beaumont scored a fighting half-century, helping her move up three spots to No.3. Australian skipper Meg Lanning also scored an unbeaten 57 in the same match, helping her move up three spots to No.4. Ellyse Perry was another big gainer, courtesy of an unbeaten 31, which helped her break into the top ten with 661 rating points.

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In the bowling charts, England's Sophie Ecclestone moved up one spot to No.2 after her frugal spell of 1/18 in the final ODI. Australia's Megan Schutt also jumped up one spot to No.3 after her spell of 2/25 in the same contest. Perry also made a significant contribution with the ball in the match with figures of 1/8, which helped her move up three spots to No.6.

From New Zealand, Lea Tahuhu jumped up four spots to No.13, with figures of 1/36 in the first ODI against India. India's Rajeshwari Gayakwad also bowled admirably in the same match, scalping two wickets and conceding only 28 runs to move up five places to No.16 in the rankings.

In the all-rounders chart, Sophie Devine moved up three spots to No.8 after scoring 13 runs and picking up one wicket in the first ODI against India. 

Beth Mooney moves to the top of the charts

In the T20I batting charts, Beth Mooney returned to the top of the charts in the batting rankings with Australia skipper Meg Lanning also moving up a position to No.2. 

In the bowling charts, New Zealand's Amelia Kerr moved up five places to No.8 after her performance of 2/25 against India in the one-off T20I. 

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