Dilani Manodara scored a vital 84 run knock to lift Sri Lanka to 221 for seven following which Chandima Gunaratne and Ama Kanchana played crucial roles with the ball to seal a 15 run win for their team against Pakistan in the 28th game of ICC Women's World Cup in Leicester.
Deandra Dottin and Staphanie Taylor contributed with 104 and 90 respectively as West Indies managed to beat Pakistan by 19 runs D/L method in the rain hit 21st match of ICC Women's World Cup at Grace Road.
After a collective bowling effort from New Zealand restricted Pakistan to 144 runs, Sophie Devine scored a 41-ball 93 runs to help them complete the chase in just 15 overs in the 17th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Taunton.
Ellyse Perry scored her second consecutive fifty while Kristen Beams and Ashleigh Gardner shared three wickets apiece as Australia trounced Pakistan by 159 runs in the 15th match of ICC Women's World Cup in Leicester.
Heather Knight and Natalie Sciver scored centuries to lay the platform for England's mammoth total of 377 for seven following which Pakistan could manage only 107 for three in the 29.2 overs of play possible in the second innings as the hosts bounced back to register a 107 run victory by Duckworth-Lewis in the fifth match of ICC Women's World Cup at Grace Road.
Sune Luus and Shabnim Ismail scored an unbeaten 30 run stand for the eighth wicket as South Africa managed to chase down 207 runs against Pakistan with three wickets in hand in the third game of the ICC Women's World Cup in Leicester.
Sarah Aley and Jess Jonassen shared seven wickets between them as Australia Women dismissed Pakistan Women for 156 runs and later chased down the target in 23.2 overs with eight wickets in hand following an unbeaten 63 from Beth Mooney in the ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game in Leicester.
Bismah Maroof and Nain Abidi scored 75 and 81 runs respectively as Pakistan Women completed a chase of 247 runs against in the 48th over with five wickets in hand during their ICC Women's World Cup warm-up game face-off in Leicester.
Pakistan have climbed to the sixth position in the ICC Rankings for One-Day Internationals following their maiden Champions Trophy triumph which they achieved by beating India by 180 runs in the final on Sunday at Kennington Oval.
Fakhar Zaman scored his maiden century while Mohammad Amir ripped the Indian top order as Pakistan completed a massive 180 run victory in the final at Kennington Oval on Sunday to win their maiden ICC Champions Trophy tournament.