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Big gains for Ireland stars in Women's ODI Player Rankings

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Ireland stars were the biggest gainers in the latest update of the MRF Tyres ICC Women's ODI Player Rankings after their comprehensive showing against Netherlands.

Ireland were in sizzling form during their tour of Netherlands, completing a 3-0 clean sweep in the ODI series. Many of their stars were in a rich vein of form with the bat and the ball, leading to them being ably rewarded in the rankings update.

In the batting charts, a recent addition to the ICC 100% Cricket Superstars, Gaby Lewis, was amongst the biggest movers. Lewis gained 6 positions, to move up to No.27. She scored 15 in the second ODI and a brilliant 92 in the third contest. 

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Laura Delany also gained 15 positions to climb to No.34 after chipping in with some big scores. Her scores in the second and the third ODIs were 109 and 4*, prompting her move up the charts. 

Opener Leah Paul also gained 36 spots, to break into the top 50, now jointly tied with Shemaine Campbelle at No.49. She notched up a brilliant 137 in the second ODI and followed that up with 27 in the third match. Amy Hunter's 53* in the third match helped her gain 25 spots to move up to No.56. 

In the bowling charts, Cara Murray's 5/39 in the second match and 1/53 in the third helped her gain 12 spots, to rise to No.60. Georgina Dempsey was at her economical best in the second and third matches, registering figures of 1/10 and 1/23 respectively. This helped her gain 23 spots to move up to No.64. 

Laura Delany was also a big gainer, with performances of 1/17 and 3/26 in the second and third matches helping her climb 17 spots to No.66. Leah Paul also shot up 9 positions to No.71, after scalping 2 wickets in the third ODI. 

Delany and Paul were also big movers in the all-rounder rankings. Delany moved up 15 spots to joint No.28, while Paul gained 25 spots to joint No.36. 

Dempsey (19 spots to No.55) and Murray (10 spots to joint No.70) were the other big gainers in the all-rounders' charts.

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