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ICC Women's ODI Batting Rankings: Smriti Mandhana Jumps To Third Place After Maiden One-Day Home Ton

India vice-captain Smriti Mandhana jumped two places to move to the third spot on the ICC Women's ODI batting rankings released here on Tuesday

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Smriti Mandhana has jumped to no.3 in the latest ICC Women's ODI Rankings. File Photo
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India vice-captain Smriti Mandhana jumped two places to move to the third spot on the ICC Women's ODI batting rankings released here on Tuesday. (More Cricket News)

The India left-handed opener struck a match-winning 117, her maiden century at home, to lead India's 143-run win over South Africa in a three-match series.

Mandhana, who has 715 points is behind Sri Lanka's Chamari Athapaththu, who lost her number one ranking to England's Natalie Sciver-Brunt.

The English all-rounder regained her number one spot by scoring a superb 124 not out against Pakistan last month.

Senior India all-rounder Deepti Sharma climbed up three spots to 20th, while Pooja Vastrakar was up by three places to 38th.

Vastarkar was the big mover up the ODI charts for all-rounders, with the 24-year-old gaining four places to improve to 18th.

South Africa veteran Marizanne Kapp remains the No.1 ranked ODI all-rounder.

In the ODI bowling list, Deepti gained one place to move to fourth after tidy figures of 2/10 in the series opener.

England spinner Sophie Ecclestone maintained a healthy lead at the top of the rankings for ODI bowlers.

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