In the lead up to the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019, the INF World Rankings have seen some changes with new teams qualifying and two teams taking joint 21st place.
The latest rankings reflect matches played since the 3rd March 2019 including Scotland vs. Gibraltar, Singapore vs. Fiji and the Netball Europe Open Challenge.
Following a win against Gibraltar, Scotland moved up one to 8th place, with Northern Ireland now in 9th.
Fiji’s win against Singapore sees them move up one to 13th place resulting in Zimbabwe moving down one to 14th, and Singapore moving up to 25th.
The Isle of Man and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have gained an INF World Ranking for the first time. The Isle of Man enters in 21st place, equal with Grenada and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) enter in 35th.
The Cayman Islands has returned to the rankings, placing at 34th.
There are currently 41 teams with a INF World Ranking.
The INF World Rankings annual update will be published by the INF after the 30th June when one year’s data is removed.
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