South Africa Women wrapped up a clean sweep of the six internationals against Bangladesh Women by thrashing the visitors in the final ODI in Centurion. The win gives them a 3-0 victory in the 50-over series to go with an identical scoreline from the 20-over one.
Ireland needed less than three days to confirm their position in the final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup with a dominant 279-run win over the Netherlands in Deventer.
George Dockrell stole the show on the third day with figures of six for 39 as the home side were dismissed for just 127 having been set 407 to win.
Mushfiqur Rahim has been appointed as captain of Bangladesh until the end of the year despite resigning from his position following May's ODI series loss in Zimbabwe. He later admitted that his resignation had been a mistake and the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) said that it would investigate the matter.
Bangladesh have named a 30-man provisional squad ahead of their home series against New Zealand in October and November.
With Bangladesh not involved in the ICC Champions Trophy, available players will attend a training camp which begins on 13th June.
Bangladesh gave Mushfiqur Rahim the perfect captaincy farewell by bouncing back from yesterday's defeat to earn a share of the spoils in the Twenty20 series against Zimbabwe. They posted an identical total - 168 - to that of Zimbabwe on Saturday and, like then, it proved to be enough. Shakib Al Hasan continued the similarities from game one by again starring with both bat and ball to make himself a shoo-in for the man of the series award.
Zimbabwe stretched their winning streak against Bangladesh to three matches by prevailing in a tense opening T20 International in Bulawayo. Their impressive total of 168 for five was built on the back of a fine second-wicket stand of 74 between Brendan Taylor and Hamilton Maskadza, while their bowlers kept plugging away despite the Bangladeshi pair of Shakib Al Hasan and Shamsur Rahman putting on a substantial second-wicket stand of their own.