Haley Matthews in Top 5 T20I Bowlers and All Rounders

Gardner moved up in all three rankings, Dunkley moved up 19th in batting, and Toughhu burst into the top 10 bowlers

West Indies captain Hayley Matthews is second among T20I all-rounders and fourth among bowlers as of the latest ICC update.

Matthews moved up three places among the bowlers, with Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Gren and Deepti joining behind Sharma, and among all-rounders he moved up one place, just behind first-placed Sophie Devine. earned 4 Elo points.

In four games in T20I at home against England, who led 4–0 in a five-match series, Matthews took five wickets and scored 66 with knocks of 23 and 25 in the last two games.

England’s Sophia Dunkley also finished in the top 10 of batsmen as he scored 147 runs in four games, moving up 19 places to 12th.

Fast New Zealand’s Rea Tahuhu burst into the top ten bowlers after Australia’s Jess Yonasen [injured] and Megan Shutt dropped points in the T20Is against India.

However, Ashley Gardner climbed up on all three of his lists. She moved up nine places to 17th in bowlers, passed Amelia Kerr for fourth in all-rounders, and moved up one place to ninth in batsmen. Gardner was a player in the match in the fourth T20I against India, following a figure 2 of 21 in the third T20I with two of 42/27 and 20.

Her teammate Elise Perry returned to the top 10 all-rounders (10th) with 72* and 75 shots, moving her up 17 spots to 34th in the hitters rankings.

The Indian player’s movements were further down the table. Wicketkeeper batsman Richa Ghosh moved up four places to his 40th among batsmen, while Deepti secured his 32nd spot.

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