West Indies star player Stafanie Taylor has stormed
into second place in the International Cricket Council’s One-Day International
Women’s Player Rankings for batters despite her side losing 3-2 in the recently
completed one day international series in India.
The 19-year-old all-rounder from Jamaica scored a
total of 220 runs in the series, as well as claiming nine wickets. She has also
risen six places to 10th for bowlers and claimed second for all-rounders.
In her career so far, Taylor has made 1,413 runs in 36
matches at 45.5 per innings. She is the only West Indian woman to make two
centuries at the international level. She has also taken 45 wickets at 17.4 per
wicket. The batting rankings is still headed by
India’s Mithali Raj
West Indies top-order batter Shanel Daley has shot up
27 places to 30th in the batting rankings.
In the bowling rankings, the major movement is the
drop of India captain Jhulan Goswami to fourth enabling Australia’s Shelley
Nitschke to reclaim the number one spot.
West Indies vice-captain Anisa
Mohammed has risen 11 places to 12th after the off-spinner walked away with
figures of eight wickets for 129 for the series.