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Head's previous best ranking was tenth, which he reached after scoring 152 in the first Test in Brisbane. Marnus Labuschagne remained the top-ranked batter, having scored 44 and 5 in the final Test, followed by Joe Root, Kane Williamson and Steven Smith, with Head and Rohit Sharma tied at fifth. Smith, in fact, lost a position, slipping below Williamson after a duck and a 27 in Hobart.
Somewhat lower down in the tables, Cameron Green is now at joint 66th - up 23 places - among batters after scoring 74 and 23, and at 62nd - up 13 places - among bowlers, after his four wickets in Hobart. Scott Boland, meanwhile, followed up his spectacular debut in Melbourne with seven wickets in Sydney and four in Hobart, to finish the series at 43rd position among bowlers.
For England, there was good news for some of their bowlers after the 4-0 series defeat. Stuart Broad has moved up two places to 12th position after picking up six wickets in the final Test, Ollie Robinson has gone up one place to 24th, and Mark Wood is up seven places to 31st after a match haul of nine wickets.
Ireland's 2-1 ODI series win was one of the highlights of the week gone by, and the star of the show for them was Andy McBrine. He was on song with bat and ball, scoring 34*, 35 and 59, and returning 2 for 52, 4 for 36 and 4 for 28. As a result, the offspinner gained 17 slots in the bowlers' rankings to get to No. 10.