Colvin rises to one-day summit
England left-arm spinner Holly Colvin has become the number one bowler in the ICC one-day international women's rankings, meaning England boast the top batter and bowler in the women's 50-over game.
Nineteen-year-old Colvin, who made her international debut in 2005, moved up three places after taking seven wickets in the NatWest Series against Australia, knocking Jhulan Goswami off top spot.
ICC World Cup and ICC World Twenty20 holders England now boast six bowlers in the top 10.
Seamer Katherine Brunt rises five places to fourth, off-spinner Laura Marsh is up eight to sixth, Isa Guha drops two to seventh and Nicky Shaw ascends three to eighth.
Claire Taylor remains number one in the batting rankings while namesake Sarah rises one spot to replace India’s Mithali Raj in second.
Australia duo Lisa Sthalekar and Shelley Nitschke are still first and second respectively in the all-rounders' rankings.