Richa Ghosh has jumped 21 locations within the rankings for batsmen.

Richa Ghosh has jumped 21 locations within the rankings for batsmen.

Indian wicket-keeper Richa Ghosh has jumped 21 locations to be ranked twenty second within the newest ICC Women’s T20 International rankings for batsmen launched on Friday.

The 19-year-old from Siliguri had a fruitful run within the just lately concluded T20 World Cup and was the one Indian to be chosen within the ICC’s Most Valuable Team of the Tournament.

With 136 runs at a median of 68, Richa was the second highest run scorer for India behind Smriti Mandhana (151). He performed three unbeaten innings – 31 (vs Pakistan), 44 (vs West Indies) and 47 not out (vs England).

Sri Lanka’s Vishmi Gunaratne and England spinner Charlie Dean have been the largest gainers within the rankings.

Gunaratne has jumped 95 locations to succeed in 169th place. The 17-year-old entered the Women’s T20 World Cup after taking part in solely 9 T20Is for Sri Lanka, however impressed within the group stage towards each eventual finalists.

He scored 35 towards South Africa and 24 towards Australia.

Off-spinner Charlie Dean has gained 77 locations to succeed in fiftieth place within the bowling rankings, whereas all-rounders have gained 103 locations to succeed in 77th place.

With inputs from TheIndianEXPRESS

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