Jarrod Kimber

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Hashim Amla shapes to reverse-sweep

England v South Africa, 4th Investec Test, Old Trafford, 4th day

When nothing good would last

South Africa came to England missing vital organs and left with questions over the health of the rest of the side

Jonny Bairstow brought out some unorthodox shots

England v South Africa, 4th Investec Test, Old Trafford, 2nd day

Bairstow exposes sloppy South Africa

At The Oval Faf du Plessis talked about South Africa's mistakes, here they just replicated them

Shahid Afridi took four wickets in Cardiff

The cricketer who shaped T20

Shahid Afridi was the perfect T20 cricketer even before people began to realise what that looked like, but time is finally catching up with him

England appeal after Faf du Plessis shoulders arms to an inswinger

England v South Africa, 3rd Investec Test, Kia Oval

South Africa's catalogue of errors

Faf du Plessis' deja vu dismissal padding up was the lowlight of a mistake-riddled performance from South Africa

Toby Roland-Jones celebrates getting rid of Heino Kuhn lbw

England v South Africa, 3rd Investec Test, Kia Oval, 2nd day

Magical day keeps Roland-Jones grinning from start to finish

Whether it was during his dashing tail-end cameo with the bat or his stunning first-change spell with the ball, Toby Roland-Jones was all smiles on day two of his England Test debut

Morne Morkel removed Alastair Cook lbw despite a review

England v South Africa, 3rd Investec Test, Kia Oval

Hundred eludes Cook but innings has tons of value

His record against South Africa remains Cook's worst against any Test nation, but his 88 at The Oval could prove hugely significance

Mihtali Raj watched on helpless as India collapsed

England v India, Women's World Cup final, Lord's

Mithali Raj's heroic run comes up short

With a little more help from her team-mates, Raj would have been holding aloft the trophy at Lord's but even so this should be seen as a game-changing campaign by India

Instances of run-outs in women's cricket are nearly twice as many in men's cricket

How to watch the women's game

It has evolved at a crazy pace in the last few years, but comparing it to the men's game, which has been professional for hundreds of years, is pointless