Chris Gayle hit 18 sixes on his way to an unbeaten 146 off 69 balls for Rangpur Riders against Dhaka Dynamites to create Twenty20 cricket history in the Bangladesh Premier League final.
Fancy four-day tests? Look no further than Seddon Park over the last, er, four days.
New Zealand test opener Jeet Raval will bring up a century — but it is not the one he wants.
Martin Guptill's return to the New Zealand limited-overs side has been put on hold while he continues to recover from injury.
New Zealand has completed a 240-run thumping of the West Indies.
A ground rich with cricketing history but wanting of modern comforts will take its final Ashes bow when Australia host England in the third test starting at the WACA on Thursday.
Ross Taylor scored his 17th century to equal captain Kane Williamson and the late Martin Crowe today, as the West Indies limped to stumps in the second test.
Lilly Paterson played her first match for Kaitangata Cricket Club on Saturday.
Green Island recorded back-to-back wins in the twenty20 competition to remain unbeaten after four rounds.
Central Districts wicketkeeper-batsman Dane Cleaver flayed his maiden one-day century to guide his side to a three-wicket win against Otago in New Plymouth yesterday.
North Otago hung on to retain first innings points in a Hawke Cup elimination game against South Canterbury in Oamaru over the weekend.
The West Indies have a job to do if they are to win the second test against New Zealand and squre the series after a rain-hit second day at Seddon Park today.
White Ferns and Otago star Suzie Bates became the latest WBBL centurion as she paved the way for the Adelaide Strikers' crushing 83-run win over the Hobart Hurricanes on Sunday.
You wouldn't credit it but history repeated for West Indian batsman Sunil Ambris in the second test against New Zealand at Seddon Park today.
England coach Trevor Bayliss has described Ben Duckett's behaviour as "not acceptable" after the batsman was stood down from an Ashes tour game on Saturday and suspended by the England and Wales...
Another power hitting display from allrounder Colin de Grandhomme helped pull New Zealand into a reasonable position at stumps on day one of the second test against the West Indies at Seddon Park.
Anaru Kitchen has transitioned from a part-time left-arm spinner to become a legitimate threat with the ball.
A year on from an eye operation, senior New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor can see the ball better and jokes his runs before that might have been a bit of a fluke.
A battle of the two winners will be played out in Oamaru this weekend.
A defiant Joe Root has insisted the Ashes series is by no means over for England.