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World T20 2014

World T20, two-tiered success

Brevity and levity are at the heart of the World T20's success and, although the men were now in action for three weeks rather than two, there was no sense of bloating. If anything, the two distinct stages lent a freshness to one another.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe reacts after being hit for a six by Stephan Myburgh

Australia v England, Women's World T20, final

Lanning marshals 'perfect' game

Australia's hat-trick of World T20 titles could not have been secured in more convincing style as they out-muscled England in a faultless performance

Australia Women take the celebrations up to the changing room

England v South Africa, Womens World T20, semi-final, Mirpur

Shrubsole cements her standing

England's women continue to fly the flag for the country as they made short work of South Africa to set up another clash with Australia

Anya Shrubsole is ecstatic after a wicket

Australia v West Indies, Women's World T20, semi-finals, Mirpur

Australia's nous too much for West Indies

Once again, Australia had a little too much skill and nous when it mattered in the World T20 semi-final, from the batting of Alyssa Healy, captaincy of Meg Lanning and spin of Erin Osborne

Erin Osborne picked up a wicket and took a crucial catch

World T20 2014

A feast of cricket's guilty pleasures

The World T20 has been simmering during its qualifying round, but the big boys have descended and Bangladesh have almost made the Super 10. It's about to boil over

Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan added 116 runs in the last 10 overs

Vithushan Ehantharajah

Women's World T20

England cricketer via Tokyo, Netherlands and Poland

From friendly knockabouts to a second Ashes series win in the space of six months. It's been an action-packed time for England allrounder Nat Sciver

Natalie Sciver took a hat-trick against New Zealand Women