When picking this week's award winner, it is hard to look beyond the Tri-Nations tournament in Zimbabwe and that competition's man of the series, Hamilton Masakadza, who struck 205 runs from his four matches last week - including three half centuries - to lead the hosts to what was an unexpected, albeit very popular, triumph.
West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been fined 20 percent of his match fee after breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct.
Bravo publicly criticised the umpires following the match and he was subsequently charged with a Level One offence relating to inappropriate public comment.
The third and final One-Day International between England and the West Indies at Headingley Carnegie in Leeds was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
With the rain that has battered the area for the past two days showing no sign of abating, the decision was taken after an inspection at 1315 local time to call the game off, leaving England to claim the series 2-0.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news and discuss England winning the second One-Day International against the West Indies and then resting three of their frontline bowlers for the final game.
Alastair Cook led the way with a century and despite strong performances from Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo, England moved into an unassailable 2-0 series lead. On an emotional day for the sport following the death of Tom Maynard earlier in the week, England produced a comprehensive performance.
England have announced that they will rest Stuart Broad, Tim Bresnan and Graeme Swann from the third One-Day International against West Indies on Friday.
With England leading the series 2-0, they have been replaced with Stuart Meaker, Chris Woakes and James Tredwell respectively.
England wrapped up their three-match series with a game to spare by trouncing West Indies by eight wickets at The Oval.
The visitors were always going to struggle to defend their total of 238 for nine, and so it proved as Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put on 122 for the first wicket.
This week's award goes to this week's only centurion. Ian Bell struck 126 from only 117 balls for England in Saturday's first One-Day International against West Indies at Southampton. It was only the second limited-overs century of his career - his first came in 2007, also 126 at Southampton, this time against India - and included 12 fours and one six.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has failed to recover from a groin injury and is set to miss the final two One-Day Internationals against England.
He suffered the injury during the opening game in Southampton and will now return home ahead of his team-mates, who play at the Kia Oval and Headingley Carnegie.
England have added Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes to their squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against the West Indies.
Woakes has been brought into the squad following the death of Surrey batsman Tom Maynard earlier today, the England selectors anticipating that Surrey fast bowler Jade Dernbach may be unavailable for the last two games on compassionate grounds.
Ian Bell stroked a classy century and Tim Bresnan took four wickets as England comfortably won the first One-Day International against the West Indies by 114 runs.
Bell's 126 helped England post 286 for eight and they maintained an excellent record at the ground by dismissing the West Indies, who had been set a Duckworth/Lewis revised target of 287 in 47 overs, for 172.
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They hope for better weather when Sri Lanka take on Pakistan in the fourth One-Day International in Colombo. Sri Lanka will look to build on the second game, which they won comfortably after Tillakaratne Dilshan scored a century and Thisara Perera took six wickets.
The West Indies warmed up for their One-Day International series against England with a thumping 228-run win over Middlesex at Lord's.
The home of cricket has probably rarely witnessed such a one-sided game as the West Indies piled up 335 for four before dismissing a weakened Middlesex team for 107.