Sarah Glenn’s flying start to her England Women’s career is reflected in her high placings in the latest Professional Cricketers’ Association Most Valuable Player rankings.

The Worcestershire Women’s Rapids player – who has been part of England’s squad for the Tri-Series in Australia – has made a dazzling impact since making her international breakthrough.

Glenn currently leads the England Women ODI rankings, lies sixth in the T20I lists and overall is occupying third position.

She has taken 17 wickets in three ODI and six T20Is since being awarded her first opportunity against Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur in December.

Glenn has amassed 36.00 ODI points at an average of 12.00 with Heather Knight (27.06) and Tammy Beaumont (25.21) the next best placed.

In T20I cricket she has a total of 42.39 points at 7.07 with Amy Jones – 64.00 at 9.14 – leading the way.

Overall Glenn has 78.40 points – average 8.71 – with just Knight (81.94) and Natalie Sciver (79.22) in front of the 20-year-old.

It is the kind of form which has earned her a spot in England’s squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia later this month and in March.

The MVP is a cumulative points system rewarding players for every run scored, every wicket taken, every catch taken – and how well they do it.