Upul Tharanga's unbeaten century went in vain for Sri Lanka as Pakistan completed a 32 run victory in the second One-Day International in Abu Dhabi riding on another Babar Azam ton and an all-round effort from Shadab Khan to claim a 2-0 lead in the series.
Stafanie Taylor came up with a dominant all-round performance as West Indies Women successfully defended 182 runs against Sri Lanka to win the third One-Day International in Trinidad and wrap up the series 3-0.
A clinical performance from the bowlers and a solid unbeaten knock from Stafanie Taylor saw West Indies Women chase down 163 runs with seven wickets in hand in the second One-Day International in Trinidad thereby claiming the series 2-0.
West Indies got their ICC Women's Championship to a winning a start following a comfortable six wicket win over their Sri Lankan counterparts in the first One-Day International held at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad.
The International Cricket Council has announced the launch of the second edition of Women's Championship that will get underway with the One-Day International series between Sri Lanka and West Indies in the Caribbean.
Rangana Herath was instrumental for Sri Lanka with an 11-wicket haul as the visitors bowled out Pakistan for 114 in the final innings and helped them register a 21 run win in the first Test in Abu Dhabi thereby claiming a 1-0 unassailable lead in the two match series.
After a valiant 76 run knock from Haris Sohail helped Pakistan gain a three run first innings lead, the spinners kept Sri Lanka down to 69 for four at stumps on day four of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
Pakistan top order came up with a solid batting performance as they went on to post 266 for four at stumps on day three of the first Test against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi to cut short their trail to 153 runs.