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  • #1193608
    Ian
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    England back to 2nd in the INF World Rankings

    Latest Rankings
    1 Australia 209
    2 England 173
    3 Jamaica 172
    4 New Zealand 172
    5 South Africa 143
    6 Malawi 119
    7 Uganda 119
    8 Northern Ireland 111
    9 Scotland 111
    10 Trinidad & Tobago 107
    11 Wales 97
    12 Barbados 95

    #1194476
    GoSwifts
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    Here are the rankings from October 2016 when this thread started:

     

    1 Australia 206
    2 New Zealand 185
    3 England 165
    4 Jamaica 147
    5 South Africa 140

    Although teams 2 to 4 have moved around a little the only big change is Jamaica seem to have grabbed most of NZ points slide.

     

     

    #1194489
    Ian
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    Aust +3
    Eng +8
    Jam +25
    NZ -13
    SA +3

    And that has basically coincided with the SANZEA Quad Series starting which Jamaica is not involved in. :-?

    #1194500
    mcleod
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    Jul 1, 2013

    Those rankings are bizarre, how many games have Jamaica played since the 2018 Comm Games?

    3 against a very average at best England B- team, and what else?

     

    #1194501
    Ian
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    2 against T&T I think. Or was it Barbados? One of the 2.

    As for the weak opposition, that’s one of the things about the rankings. They don’t take into account whether a team is “very average at best B-“. Jamaica’s 3-0 series win earned them just as many points as if they had beaten an absolute full strength England team 3-0.

    By the way, these were the rankings just after the Comm Games last year…

    1 Australia 213
    2 New Zealand 175
    3 England 169
    4 Jamaica 161
    5 South Africa 140

    You have to remember that every year on July 1, one whole year’s worth of results are tossed out of the rankings, meaning that if the year in question was a bad one, that in itself can mean a big jump in a team’s rating without them having to do anything.

    Jamaica has been quite consistent of late. Remember, not only did they beat that under-strength Eng 3-0, but they’ve also beaten the full strength NZ the last 3 times they’ve played them as well.

    #1194519
    CharlesWB
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    Jan 2, 2017

    And if a country wants to send a very average at best B- team to an international series, they must wear the consequences. Everyone knows “the rules”. :shrug:

    #1194571
    shinebright
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    Jan 21, 2015

    Ama Agbeze (C) (97 caps)S

    ummer Artman (3 caps)

    Eleanor Cardwell (16 caps)

    Ella Clark (3 caps)

    Jade Clarke (VC) (150 caps)

    Kadeen Corbin (59 caps)

    Sasha Corbin (62 caps)

    George Fisher (2 caps)

    Jodie Gibson (18 caps)

    Layla Guscoth (15 caps)

    Helen Housby (47 caps)

    Natalie Panagarry (6 caps)

    Chelsea Pitman (19 caps)

    Razia Quashie (0 caps)

    #1194575
    shinebright
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    Jan 21, 2015

    Really cant understand why anyone would think the above team is a B team

    #1194577
    NettySuperFan
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    Mar 11, 2018

    It certainly wasn’t their A team,  that’s for sure.

    #1194582
    boogieya
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    Apr 16, 2007

    With no

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    Serena

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    Geva

    fair to say they weren’t at full strength

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