Amy Satterthwaite scored an unbeaten century as she saw New Zealand Women through in a chase of 276 runs against Australia Women to win the first One-Day International in Auckland and take 1-0 lead in the series.
Steve O'Keefe starred with a six-wicket haul as India lost their final seven wickets for 11 runs and were bowled out for 105 in their first innings following which an unbeaten fifty from Steven Smith stretched Australia's lead to 298 runs at stumps on day two of the first Test in Pune.
After Umesh Yadav's four-wicket haul left Australia reeling, Mitchell Starc remained unbeaten on 57 to help the visitors recover to 256 for nine at stumps on day one of the first Test against India in Pune.
Three wicket hauls from Adam Zampa and James Faulkner were instrumental in dismissing Sri Lanka for 146 in their chase of 188 in the third Twenty20 International in Adelaide as Australia completed a 41-run consolation victory.
A collective bowling effort from the New Zealand Women bowlers saw them dismiss Australia Women for 66 in a chase of 114 runs in the third Twenty20 International in Adelaide to seal a 2-1 series victory.
Asela Gunaratne played a majestic unbeaten knock of 84 runs from just 46 deliveries to help Sri Lanka chase down 174 against Australia in the final delivery with two wickets in hand to win the second Twenty20 International in Geelong and seal the series 2-0.
Shreyas Iyer smashed an unbeaten double century before Australians managed to dismiss India A for 403 following which they scored 110 for four in their second innings as the tour game in Mumbai ended in an anticipated draw.
Anna Peterson claimed a hat-trick in the 13th over to restrict Australia Women to 61 for nine in the chase after which rain allowed no further play possible leading to an eight-run victory for New Zealand Women in the second Twenty20 International in Victoria.
After a three-wicket haul from Vikum Sanjaya restricted Prime Minister's XI to 169 for six, the Sri Lankan top-order led by Upul Tharanga completed the chase in 17.1 overs with five wickets in hand in the tour game in Canberra.