Deepti Sharma and Titas Sadhu Soar in ICC Women's T20I Rankings

Deepti Sharma and Titas Sadhu Soar in ICC Women's T20I Rankings
In the most recent update to the ICC Women’s T20I rankings, the senior off-spin all-rounder Deepti Sharma and teenage fast-bowler Titas Sadhu from India have experienced significant advancements. Deepti Sharma has climbed four spots to claim the second position in the T20I bowling rankings, while also securing the fourth spot in the all-rounder rankings. With a total of 723 rating points, Deepti managed to surpass South Africa's Nonkululeko Mlaba, who holds 722 rating points, in the bowling rankings.
Deepti returned with spells of 2/24 and 2/22 in her two T20I meetings with Australia. A score of 30 on top of her bowling exploits moved her to an all-rounder rating of 381, 17 points behind Australia’s off-spin all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner (398), who sits in third place. On the other hand, Titas, the only player to match Deepti's four-wicket tally in the ongoing T20I series, climbed 50 spots to be in 92nd position with 358 rating points in the bowling rankings. For Australia, leg-spinner Georgia Wareham made a 15-spot jump to 28th position (571 rating points), taking three wickets across the two matches in Navi Mumbai.
Australia's captain, Alyssa Healy, has made a comeback into the top 10 of the batting rankings, surpassing her compatriot Gardner with a rating of 636. India's vice-captain, Smriti Mandhana, maintained her fourth-place position, credited to her scoring 77 runs in two innings. Additionally, Ellyse Perry's contributions in the middle order resulted in a climb of two spots to the 19th position with 590 rating points.
Young Australia batter Phoebe Litchfield, also an ICC Emerging Women's Cricketer of the Year nominee, jumped 26 places to 52nd position in the batting rankings (440), thanks to scores of 49 (32) and 18 not out (12) across the two T20Is. In the Women’s ODI rankings, Australia pacer Megan Schutt’s 2/23 from six overs led her climb to second spot on the bowling rankings (672) to be behind England left-arm spinner Sophie Ecclestone, who’s in the top spot with a rating of 746 points.
After a noteworthy performance that included a spell of 3/23, Georgia, the leg-spinner, climbed six places to secure the 12th position with a rating of 565. Phoebe's century propelled her up the batting rankings, resulting in a significant leap of nine spots to reach 23rd place. Following her three-wicket haul, India's off-spin all-rounder Shreyanka Patil experienced a remarkable ascent, jumping 66 places and now holds the 62nd position with 309 rating points.
Source: IANS