Taylor, who has 11 T20I half centuries to go along with 53 wickets in the shortest format of the game, leads the All-rounder Rankings with 373 rating points.
The 22 year old last year created history by becoming the first cricketer in history, male or female, to hold top spot on the Reliance ICC Batting, Bowling and All-rounder rankings in test or one day cricket at the same time.
Daley in the meantime is 5th on the T20I all-rounder rankings and leads the T20I women’s bowling rankings with 657 points.
England’s Danielle Hazell is second followed by another West Indian, Annisa Mohammed at 3rd.
Taylor no.6 and Shaquana Quintyne no.10 are the next highest placed West Indians on the women’s T20I bowling list.
Australia’s stand-in captain Meg Lanning in the meantime has replaced England’s Sarah Taylor as the number one ranked batter with Deandra Dottin no.4 and Stafanie Taylor no.6, the West Indians inside the top 10.
Lanning, who scored 143 runs in the series, has replaced England’s Sarah Taylor who had been sitting on top of the tree since October 2012.
The latest version also includes the tri-series in Qatar that involved Ireland, South Africa and eventual winner Pakistan as well as the Sri Lanka-India series, which was won by the former.
The players to make the biggest all-round impact were Ireland’s Isobel Joyce and Sri Lanka captain Shashikala Siriwardena.
Siriwardena has jumped 13 places to a career-best 16th on the batters’ table following her 119 runs in the three matches. She also took three wickets to move up four places to a best-ever 13th on the Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for T20I Bowlers, a position she jointly holds with Pakistan captain Sana Mir who has also moved up six places.
The combined effort with the bat and ball has meant that Siriwardena has also moved up two places to a career-high second on the Reliance ICC Women’s Player Rankings for T20I All-rounders.
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