Darren Sammy once again led from the front for the St Lucia Zouks.
Woakes rattles Pakistan after Root double ton
In his latest video report from Antigua, Chetan Narula rounds up the first two days of the first Test between India and the West Indies as Virat Kohli makes history and both Shikhar Dhawan and Ravicha
Virat Kohli celebrating his maiden double century.
Alastair Cook (left) celebrating his century on day one of the second Test.
Darren Sammy had a memorable outing in his home ground.
Virat Kohli celebrating his century on day one of the Antigua Test.
Marlon Samuels during the West Indies Cricket Board and West Indies Players Association annual awards ceremony in Antigua
Chadwick Walton scored 97 off 54 deliveries.
Andre Russell scored 44 runs and picked four wickets as well.
Nicholas Pooran set Kensington Oval on fire with his 39-ball 81 runs.
Pakistan players celebrating the victory over England in the first Test at Lord's.
Kesrick Williams picked three wickets in the ninth over of the innings.
Colin Munro (left) attempts a reverse sweep against Barbados Tridents.
England players celebrating the wicket of Sarfraz Ahmed on day three.
Dale Steyn picked up two wickets for the Jamaica Tallawahs.
Yasir Shah (right) celebrating the wicket of Moeen Ali on day two.
Action from day one of the tour game in St Kitts.
Chris Woakes' four-wicket haul was the only bright spot for England on day one at Lord's.
Misbah-ul-Haq celebrating his century on day one at Lord's.
AB de Villiers (left) was among the runs once again.
Mohammad Amir in action at the nets ahead of the first Test at Lord's.
Gary Ballance in a net session ahead of the first Test at Lord's.
Joe Root in a press conference ahead of the first Test against Pakistan
Jason Mohammad scored unbeaten 43 off 29 deliveries.
Only 10 overs of play was possible in the game before heavy rains lashed out.
Dwayne Bravo scored an eight-ball 25 and also picked two wickets.
Guyana have been excellent in the field - here Jason Mohammed swoops to catch Devon Thomas against St Kitts
Martin Guptill (left) scored 43 off 22 deliveries.
England Women team celebrating the 3-0 series victory.