Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla scored fluent centuries, while sharing a massive 239-run opening stand as South Africa chased down England's total of 318 with seven wickets and 22 deliveries to spare in the third One-Day International in Centurion.
The Sri Lankan fast bowlers produced a superlative bowling performance on a lively pitch to bowl India out for just 101 runs following which the batsmen chased down the total in 18 overs to complete a five-wicket win in the first Twenty20 International in Pune.
Riding on fifties from Anmolpreet Singh and Sarfaraz Khan India posted a target of 268 runs for Sri Lanka and went on to bowl them out for just 170 runs to secure their place in the finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup with a 97-run win in the semi-final in Mirpur.
World class Test match teams need a world class wicket keeper, writes Rob Johnston as he - with the help of former England man Jack Russell - analyses why both Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler have found it tough.
As the Chris Gayle Academy enters its fourth year, we ewre invited down to Walthamstow as the group were put through their paces by strength and conditioning experts Tenax Performance. Here's a flavour of the day.
Farokh Engineer and Geoffrey Boycott both graced county and international cricket for a number of years, and although Engineer says Boycott was technically outstanding, he took great pleasure in getting the English batsman out.