West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor has recaptured the number one position in batting as well as in the list of all-rounders in the?MRF Tyres ICC Women’s ODI Player Rankings?after a superb effort in the first ODI in Coolidge that helped the West Indies win by five wickets against Pakistan.
Taylor’s Player of the Match effort of three for 29 and an unbeaten 105 have helped her ascend all three lists.
She has gained four positions and displaced Indian Captain Mithali Raj from the top of the batters’ list, has gained three places to reach 16th position among bowlers and is up two places to first among all-rounders, replacing Ellyse Perry of Australia.
Taylor, who has been No 1 in all three lists in the past at different points in time, first attained number position among batters in March 2012 and the last time she was at the top was in November 2014.
In the all-rounders’ rankings, she was last number one in July 2017. The latest weekly update, which includes performances in the first two ODIs of the West Indies-Pakistan series, also sees all-rounder Deandra Dottin reenter the rankings in 28th position among batters and 47th among all-rounders.—APP