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.
Veerasammy Permaul (right) picked three wickets for the Guyana Amazon Warriors.
AB de Villiers in action for the Barbados Tridents.
Eoin Morgan (left) and Jos Buttler (right) added 114 runs for the third wicket.
Fran Wilson (centre) scored an unbeaten 43 for England Women.
Chris Gayle celebrating his century for the Jamaica Tallawahs.
Evin Lewis scored 73 off just 36 deliveries for the Patriots.
Colin Munro became the first foreign player to score a century in CPL.
Chris Gayle celebrating his fifty for Jamaica Tallawahs.
England team celebrating 3-0 series victory over Sri Lanka
Trinbago Knights celebrating their victory over Barbados Tridents.
Dwayne Smith (right) celebrating his fifty for Guyana Amazon Warriors.
David Miller (left) and Darren Sammy (right) celebrating the win of St Lucia Zouks.
Jason Roy celebrating his century in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at The Oval.
Kev shows off the view from the Skyline Terrace as England and Sri Lanka warm up
Wade, Hazlewood guide Australia to tri-series triumph
Incessant rain leads to abandonment of third ODI
Kieron Pollard (left) and Darren Bravo (right) scored 62 and 102 respectively.
Jason Roy (left) and Alex Hales (right) added unbeaten 256 runs for the opening wicket.
Marlon Samuels' (right) knock of 125 went in vain for West Indies.
England's Liam Plunkett celebrates after hitting a six from the last ball to draw the match
Zimbabwe players celebrating the victory over India in the first T20I in Harare.
Eoin Morgan in a press conference ahead of the first ODI against Sri Lanka.
England and Sri Lanka meet at Trent Bridge in the first ODI
Eoin Morgan says Sri Lanka will be a 'big threat' to England in the ODI series
Only one over of play was possible in Barbados on Sunday.
Imran Tahir celebrating his seven-wicket haul against West Indies in St Kitts.
The victory for South Africa was set by a massive 182-run opening stand between Hashim Amla (left) and Quinton de Kock (right).