3 March 2015
- South Africa defeats Ireland by 201 runs. They become the first team to score back to back over 400 runs in ODIs and the second team to win back to back by over 200 runs.
6 March 2015
India defeats West Indies in the 2015 World Cup and qualifies to the quarter finals.
7 March 2015
Pakistan defeats South Africa by 29 runs (D/L method) to move to top 3 in the Pool B. Ireland defeats Zimbabwe by 5 runs in a last over thriller.
Shahid Afridi becomes the first batsman to hit 350 sixes in One Day Internationals. Former Sri Lankan batsman Sanath Jayasuriya is second in the list with 270.
8 March 2015
New Zealand defeats Afghanistan by 6 wickets. They win all their five matches in Group A so far.
9 March 2015
Bangladesh defeats England by 15 runs to qualify for quarter finals.
13 March 2015
Mohammad Amir plays for Omar Associats in Pakistan Grade-2 Cricket system. This is his first match in five years. Amir bowled in three spells and took 3 for 73.
15 March 2015
Pakistan defeated Ireland to grab a place in the knock stage of the 2015 World Cup and will face hosts Australia. Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq while admitting that Australia are the favorites said that there will be less pressure on them and have nothing to lose.
16 March 2015
Yuvraj Singh inaugurates cricket academy at ITM University in Gwalior.
18 March 2015
South Africa defeats Sri Lanka by nine wicket in the first quarter-final of 2015 World Cup. South Africa won a knock out match for the first time in an ICC tournament.
29 March 2015
- Australia wins the 2015 World Cup defeating New Zealand by 7 wickets in the final. James Faulkner is the player of the match and Mitchell Starc is the player of the tournament.
- Australian captain Michael Clarke retires from One Day Internationals in an attempt to prolong his test career. Clarke, in his final ODI innings in the final of 2015 World Cup has scored 74.