Former New Zealand batsman Luke Ronchi is named the Cricket World Player of the Week for his scintillating 94-run knock of 39 deliveries for Islamabad United in the Qualifier 1 game against Karachi Kings in Dubai.
India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan is the Cricket World Player of the Week for his knocks of 125 and 78 in the two games of the ICC Champions Trophy against Sri Lanka and South Africa at Kennington Oval respectively.
For scoring a blistering century to help South Africa chase down 372 in the third One-Day International against Australia in Durban and ensure a series victory, David Miller is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Bangladesh progressed into the final of the 2016 Asia Cup, riding on a patient knock from Soumya Sarkar and unbeaten cameos from Mahmudullah and Mashrafe Mortaza as they chased down a target of 130 runs in 19.1 overs to complete a five-wicket win in the eighth match of the tournament in Mirpur.
An all-round effort from Mahmudullah helped his team post a total of 133 runs before Bangladesh rattled United Arab Emirates, bowling them out for 82 runs to secure a 51-run victory in the third match of the 2016 Asia Cup in Mirpur.
For his all-round performance in the second Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka in Colombo and securing West Indies their first win of the tour Dwayne Bravo is our Cricket World Player of the Week.
For wonderful contributions late in the tournament, man of the series, Dwayne Bravo, who led his side Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel to the Caribbean Premier League Title, is the Cricket World Player of the Week.