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England’s Nat Sciver returns to the top of the overall ODI standings |  Cricket News


Nat Sciver scored two hundred and took four wickets in England’s World Cup campaign; her teammate Sophie Ecclestone remains at the top of the bowling standings; Australia’s Alyssa Healy tops the batting charts

Last update: 22/04/05 12:23

Nat Sciver took first place in the overall ODI standings

Nat Sciver regained top spot in the overall ODI standings, her 148th place finish in the ICC World Cup final against Australia on Sunday ahead of Australia’s Elysse Perry.

Sciver’s unbeaten batting display in England’s loss to Australia was her second ton of the tournament, and she also took four wickets in eight matches.

England’s Nat Sciver returns to the top of the overall ODI standings |  Cricket News

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England captain Heather Knight admits Alyssa Healy’s phenomenal 170 shot was the difference between the teams as Australia emerged victorious at the Women’s World Cup.

England captain Heather Knight admits Alyssa Healy’s phenomenal 170 shot was the difference between the teams as Australia emerged victorious at the Women’s World Cup.

The 29-year-old is in second place in the batting standings, just behind Alyssa Healy who averaged an impressive 103.66 run rate in her nine World Cup appearances for Australia.

Healy scored two tons and two half centuries, including an astonishing 178 from 130 deliveries in the final to seal the victory for Australia.

England’s Nat Sciver returns to the top of the overall ODI standings |  Cricket News

Sophie Ecclestone remains top of the bowlers standings

England spinner Sophie Ecclestone remains in first place in the bowlers standings after an exceptional tournament in which she won 21 wickets at an average of 15.61.

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Australia celebrate winning the Women’s World Cup

Australia celebrate winning the Women’s World Cup

South African Shabnim Islamil takes second place behind Ecclestone with 14 World Cup wickets in seven innings.




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