Jamaica moved up to third in the International Netball Federation (INF) World Rankings, updated to reflect the results from fixtures that took place before the suspension of sport due to the pandemic.
These rankings include the games played in January as part of the Netball Nations Cup.
The tournament saw New Zealand, England, South Africa, and Jamaica compete across 4 venues in England, with New Zealand triumphing overall.
Despite their victory, New Zealand remain second in the rankings, but have closed the gap to world number one Australia.
Jamaica, runners-up at the Nations Cup, moved up to third, with England dropping down into fourth place.
South Africa remain in fifth but with an improved rating.
Bermuda have fallen three places and is now ranked 35th out of the 45 countries.
Bermuda is currently ranked above countries such as Antigua and Barbuda, United States of America, Kenya and Argentina.