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July 12, 2012
Mithali Raj, the India Women's captain, has reclaimed the top spot in the one-day batting rankings, displacing West Indies' Stafanie Taylor.
Raj top scored in the recent five-match series against England, making 251 runs at 83.66, but couldn't prevent India from going down 2-3. Her three half-centuries, including an unbeaten 92 and an unbeaten 94, helped India weather regular top-order failures.
Her team-mate, Harmanpreet Kaur, who was the next highest run-getter in the series, also moved up, jumping from 15th to 7th. England's Sarah Taylor and Lydia Greenway have also both risen up the rankings, to third and fourth respectively.
The bowling chart continues to be led by Australia's Lisa Sthalekar, whose lead over second-placed Katherine Brunt of England is now only two points. Former India captain Jhulan Goswami remained in fourth spot, after finishing the series with seven wickets.
1 Mithali Raj (India), 2 Stafanie Taylor (West Indies), 3 Sarah Taylor (England), 4 Lydia Greenway (England), 5 Alex Blackwell (Australia)
1. Lisa Sthalekar (Australia), 2 Katherine Brunt (England), 3 Ellyse Perry (Australia), 4 Jhulan Goswami (India), 5 Anisa Mohammed (West Indies)
For more on the rankings, click here.
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