Nat Sciver-Brunt overtakes Marizanne Kapp to become world’s most versatile ODI player according to ICC rankings

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England women’s national cricket team all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt has become the ICC’s new number one all-rounder. International One-Day All-Rounder Ranking. He surpassed South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp will take the top spot in the updated rankings on Tuesday (July 9).

Nat Sciver-Brunt claimed the top spot after her sensational performance in the third ODI against the New Zealand Women’s National Cricket Team, which took place in Bristol. The all-rounder was at the top of the rankings before Marizanne Kapp took over again September of last year.

Nat Sciver-Brunt took the top spot after her sensational performance with the bat in the third ODI against New Zealand. The all-rounder played an unbeaten innings 76 out of 84 balls and on that basis he regained first place. At the ICC International One-Day All-Rounder Ranking.

Nat Sciver-Brunt, who won the The ICC Women’s Cricketer is also the number one batsman in ODIs last year. Since the last few months, she has been exceptional with the bat and is scoring runs consistently for the team. The England women’s national cricket team will be hoping that she will continue her good form.

Besides her, Charlie Dean has moved up to seventh in the ICC ODI bowling rankings. He now shares the spot with Hayley Matthews. England spinner Lauren Bell, following her figures of 5/37, has made huge strides and has climbed 22 places to 24th in the bowling rankings.

England pace bowler Sophie Ecclestone tops the ICC ODI bowling rankings with 794 rating points, while Kate Cross is second with 686 rating points. The former also holds the top spot in the ICC ODI rankings. T20I bowling ranking and is followed by teammate Sarah Glenn, who is ranked second.

Sarah Glenn returned with the figures of 3/16 (4) at Southampton and overtook India’s Deepti Sharma (751) to take second place in the rankings. She also moved up two places to 17th in the All-Rounder T20I rankings (162), behind teammate Charlie Dean (165).

South Africa’s Tazmin Brits make substantial progress in ICC T20I rankings for women’s batsmen

In terms of ICC T20I Rankings for Batsmen, The British Tazmin of South Africa made substantial gains. She rose four places to sixth in the rankings. The batsman made the progress after her performances in the series against India. She hit back-to-back fifties in Chennai against India.

Tazmin Brits played a vital innings for his team in the first T20I as he scored 81 runs in 56 balls. He won the Man of the match in the first game as South Africa national cricket team won the game by 12 runs.

He made sure to continue his good form in the second game, scoring 52 runs off 39 in what was a losing match.