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England back to 2nd in the INF World Rankings

England have moved back into 2nd place in the latest INF World Rankings published on the 13th March 2019, following their strong performance in January’s Quad Series. See our website for the Quad Series results.

New Zealand fall to 4th place just behind Jamaica.

The rankings reflect matches played up until 3rd March 2019, and include Hong Kong’s Four Nations Tournament.

Swaziland (Eswatini) are no longer a member of INF and are therefore not eligible for a world ranking.

Thailand have moved down to 36th, and as a result, St Maarten have moved up to 33rd, Chinese Taipei to 34th and Israel to 35th.

For the full table click here.

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