There has been a change in the ICC Women's ODI rankings between the ODI series being played between England and Australia. Let us tell you that Chamari Atapattu, the captain of the Sri Lankan women's team, who performed a record-breaking performance against New Zealand and scored two centuries, reached the top of the ODI rankings two weeks ago, but Beth Mooney has snatched the crown from her.Beth Mooney
Beth Mooney scored 81 not out and 33 in the first two ODIs against England as Australia returned to the Ashes with a win in the second match of the series. He is followed by England's Nat Sciver-Brunt, who almost snatched victory from Australia's hands in the second ODI with a brilliant 111* off 99 balls. With this impressive performance, Nat Sciver Buntr has secured the number one position in the ODI all-rounder rankings.
|3||Chamari Athapaththu||Sri Lanka||758|
|5||Laura Wolvaardt||Sauth Africa||732|
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|2||Shabnim Ismail||South Africa||722|
|5||Hayley Matthews||West Indies||662|
|7||Ayabonga Khaka||South Africa||634|
|10||Marizanne Kapp||South Africa||634|
The all-rounder list is topped by England star all-rounder Nat Silver Brunt with 402 points. Hayley Mathews of the West Indies is at number two, who has a rating of 382. They have lost one point. Ellis Parry's name is at number three, who has 362 points.
|1||Nat Natalie Sciver||England||402|
|2||Hayley Matthews||West Indies||382|
|4||Marizanne Kapp||South Africa||349|
|6||Amelia Kerr||New Zealand||643|
|9||Sophie Devine||New Zealand||233|