Dwayne Bravo held his nerve to clinch a final ball thriller as West Indies beat India by one-run after setting a mammoth target of 246 runs which was achieved on the back of Evin Lewis’ maiden Twenty20 International hundred in the first game in Lauderhill.
Joe Root scored his fourth consecutive half-century in One-Day Internationals while Mark Wood and Chris Woakes picked three wickets apiece as England went on to defeat Pakistan in the second game by four wickets at Lord's.
Led by a fluent 82 from Quinton de Kock and fifties from Stephen Cook, Hashim Amla and JP Duminy, South Africa claimed the honours on day one of the second Test against New Zealand in Centurion by scoring 288 for three from 88 overs.
Stuart Broad says he is "determined" to get back into England's One-Day and Twenty20 International squads while limited overs captain Eoin Morgan would also like to see him involved again in the future.
Later this year, West Indies two-time World Twenty20 winning captain Darren Sammy will take the unusual step of leading out the St Lucia Zouks at a stadium bearing his own name and while he is still getting used to the idea, he is already looking forward to it.