Pakistan prevailed in the final over England to be crowned Hong Kong Sixes champions for a record-equalling fifth time on the final day in Kowloon. Sri Lanka and hosts Hong Kong were the losing semi-finalists.
Pakistan underlined their dominance of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Dubai by sweeping to a nine-wicket victory on the fourth day.
Mohammad Hafeez struck a quickfire unbeaten 59 after Saeed Ajmal's five-wicket haul had dismissed Sri Lanka for 257 in their second innings.
Kumar Sangakkara completed a double-century and Prasanna Jayawardene passed three figures as Sri Lanka did more than enough to hold off Pakistan and draw the opening Test in Abu Dhabi
Starting the day 16 runs behind, a 201-run partnership between Sangakkara and Jayawardene enabled them to score 483 in their second innings.
Fast bowler Shaminda Eranga has been ruled out of his country's tour to the United Arab Emirates, where they will play three Tests against Pakistan later this month and in November.
Eranga, who made his Test debut for Sri Lanka against Australia earlier this year, has been withdrawn due to an elbow injury.
Pakistan have dropped Umar Akmal, Sohail Tanvir and Tanvir Ahmed from their 15-man squad that will face Sri Lanka in three Test matches later this month in the UAE. Abdur Rehman, Shoaib Malik and Imran Farhat are the main beneficiaries.
Akmal was dropped following a sustained period of underachievement in the Test side and Pakistan Chief Selector, Mohsin Khan, said of his omission, "Umar is a talented cricketer but he was not justifying his place in Test cricket."
Sri Lanka have dropped experienced batsman Thilan Samaraweera for the upcoming three-match Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates.
Samaraweera, a veteran of 68 Test matches, has paid the penalty for a poor run of form which saw him score just 86 runs in four innings in the recent 1-0 series defeat to Australia.
Pakistan gave their coach Waqar Younis a fine send-off by holding on to beat Zimbabwe by five runs in the second and final Twenty20 International in Harare.
Mohammad Hafeez put in an outstanding all-round display - just as he had in the first game - to take three for 11 after having scored 51 as Pakistan completed a tour having won each and every match played.
A half-century and then four wickets from Mohammad Hafeez laid the foundations for a comprehensive 85-run win by Pakistan over Zimbabwe in the first Twenty20 International in Harare.
The in-form opening batsman struck 71 in 48 balls to propel the tourists - unbeaten on the tour so far - to 198 for four before his haul of four for ten went a long way towards Zimbabwe being bowled out for 113 in reply.
Half-centuries from Younus Khan and Asad Shafiq followed by a four-wicket haul from Aizaz Cheema helped Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 28 runs in the third and final One-Day International in Harare.
They posted 270 for five batting first and by restricting Zimbabwe to 242 for nine in reply, they sealed a 3-0 series win in the process, Younus also being named as the man of the series.
Mohammad Hafeez cracked an unbeaten century as Pakistan brushed aside Zimbabwe to take a series-clinching ten-wicket win in the second One-Day International in Harare.
After Zimbabwe had battled to 225 for six with Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor making half-centuries, Hafeez hit 139 in 147 balls as Pakistan rattled off the runs required with 49 balls remaining.
Pakistan were pushed hard before they eventually held on to beat Zimbabwe by five runs in an entertaining first One-Day International in Bulawayo.
Half-centuries from Younus Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq steered Pakistan to a score of 247 for seven and it took a sharp performance in the field to prevent them being beaten.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed the schedule for England's tour of the United Arab Emirates to take on Pakistan in January and February.
The tour begins with three Tests - two in Dubai and one in Abu Dhabi - between 17th January and 7th February before four One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals in Abu Dhabi and Dubai from 13th to 27th February.
A Zimbabwean fightback did not materialise on the final day of their only Test against Pakistan in Bulawayo, with the result that they were beaten by seven wickets.
Starting the day 81 runs to the good, they could only add six more before being bowled out in their second innings for 141, presenting Pakistan a target of 88, which they reached for the loss of three wickets in 21.4 overs.
Bismah Maroof guided Pakistan Women to a three-wicket win over West Indies Women in the third One-Day International in Kingstown with a measured unbeaten 41 in another low-scoring game.
Nida Dar had earlier taken four for 16 and Sana Mir three for 17 as the West Indies were dismissed for 92 but it needed Maroof to stay at the crease for 135 balls before Pakistan inched home with 17 balls to spare.
The touring Pakistan side drew their two-day tour match against the Zimbabwe XI as they began their preparations for the one-off Test match which begins on 1st September in Bulawayo.
There were half-centuries in the game for Azhar Ali, Younus Khan and Chamu Chibhabha while Junaid Khan took four wickets in Zimbabwe's first innings.
Pakistan have named their squad to tour Zimbabwe for one Test, three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals in September.
Experienced batsman Misbah-ul-Haq will lead the 16-man squad which includes three uncapped players - Ramiz Raja, Yasir Shah and Aizaz Cheema.
West Indies Women will host Pakistan Women for four One-Day Internationals and four Twenty20 Internationals in August and September.
The series of eight matches will also include the first experience of day/night cricket in the Caribbean for the West Indies Women.
Paul Stirling cracked a superb century but it proved to be in vain as Pakistan beat Ireland by five wickets in the second and final One-Day International in Clontarf.
Stirling scored a belligerent 109 in 107 balls as the home side scored 238 for eight but Pakistan reached their victory target thanks to half-centuries from Younus Khan and Umar Akmal.
Pakistan A were pushed hard by Afghanistan before they scored a four-wicket win to seal a 3-0 one-day series triumph in Faisalabad.
Afghanistan reached 274 for nine from their 50 overs and Pakistan reached their target with 11 balls to spare in the most competitive match of the series.
The first clash in a 50-over match between Pakistan and Ireland since the famous World Cup upset in 2007 could not have produced a more different encounter as Pakistan triumphed by seven wickets in the opening match in Clontarf.
Following a lengthy delay due to rain, the match was reduced to 36 overs per side although Ireland were quickly dismissed for just 96 in only 20 overs.