Ahsan Malik  celebrates Hashim Amla's wicket

Netherlands v Nepal, 3rd T20I

Myburgh, Malik lead Netherlands to series win

Stephan Myburgh and Ahsan Malik, who had played key roles in the first T20, were at the forefront of another Netherlands win, the 18-run victory helping the hosts wrap up the series

Olly Stone celebrates a wicket

Lancashire v Northants, LV= Championship, Division Two, Old Trafford, 4th day

Dominant Northants denied by rain

Rain came to Lancashire's rescue in the LV= County Championship match against Northamptonshire at Old Trafford, with the hosts facing almost certain defeat after losing seven wickets in a poor afternoon session

Suresh Raina walks back after making 10

India news

Raina denies Modi's corruption allegations

India batsman Suresh Raina has denied allegations made by former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi that he had received bribes from a businessman while playing in the IPL

Waqas Barkat plays a cut off the back foot

ICC World T20 Qualifier news

Teenage Lamplough to replace Barkat in Hong Kong squad

Hong Kong have called up 17-year-old Giacomo Lamplough to their squad for the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier after batsman Waqas Barkat was ruled out of the tournament due to visa complications

Shoaib Malik's 51 led Barbados Tridents to 148

Zouks v Tridents, CPL 2015, Basseterre

Emrit, Malik star in Tridents win

A batting collapse in St Lucia Zouks' chase of 149 saw them fall to a 15-run loss against Barbados Tridents in Basseterre

Peter Handscomb top-scored with 39

Surrey v Gloucestershire, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Kia Oval

Mahmood's last-ball six wins it for Surrey

Azhar Mahmood swung the last ball of the match over deep square leg for six to earn his side a dramatic NatWest T20 Blast victory against Gloucestershire by four wickets in front of a sellout 23,000 crowd at the Kia Oval

Michael Swart top scored with 62

Netherlands v Nepal, 2nd T20I

Swart, Cooper power Netherlands' biggest win

Fifties from the opener Michael Swart and Ben Cooper powered Netherlands to a big total, before the hosts' bowlers completely overwhelmed Nepal, who folded for 69 and crashed to a 103-run defeat in Amstelveen