Eoin Morgan and Moeen Ali starred with the bat as England pulled a five-run victory from the jaws of defeat in the one-off Twenty20 International against Australia in Cardiff despite Steven Smith’s heroics.
Ugly tiffs and some intense cricket filled day four of the final Test at SSC Colombo, as India set Sri Lanka a target of 386 runs for the fourth innings and moved into a good position to claim a rare series win away from home.
England Women ended the Women's Ashes with a five-wicket win over Australia Women in the third and final Twenty20 International in Cardiff to make the final score in the multi-format series 10-6 in Australia's favour.
Australia Women successfully defended a score of 107 for seven, bowling England Women out for 87 to win the second Twenty20 International in Hove by 20 runs to move into an unassailable 10-4 lead in the Women's Ashes series.
England kept their hopes of winning the Women's Ashes alive by beating Australia by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Chelmsford, also bringing Australia's record run of victories to an end.
Sale 1st XI were frustrated on Saturday as Davenham batted out for a draw to deny a victory that would have moved the Vivio Cheshire County Cricket League Division One leaders one step closer to promotion.