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Australia Women vs England Women

Match info: Australia Women v England Women Twenty20 Series 2014 at Stadium Australia - 3rd Twenty20

Date: 2nd Feb 2014 Umpires: D B Mealey and A K Wilds

20-over match

Home team and score Away team score

Australia Women

102/3 (18.3 Overs)


England Women

101/8 (20.0 Overs)

Australia Women win by 7 wickets

  • Last Updated: February 2 2014, 8:25 GMT

England Women ended their successful Ashes campaign with a seven-wicket defeat to Australia in the third Twenty20 international in Sydney.

England won the women's Ashes despite defeat in Sydney
England won the women's Ashes despite defeat in Sydney

Australia coasted to victory with nine balls to spare after an injury-hit England posted 101 for eight.

England nonetheless lifted the Ashes after the match having already secured the multi-format series with a nine-wicket win in the first Twenty20 in Hobart last Wednesday.

Two heavy defeats since thinned the margin of their series win to 10-8.

Injuries have weakened England in those matches with Heather Knight (hamstring), Anya Shrubsole (hip) and Natasha Farrant (back) missing at the ANZ Stadium.

A below-par batting performance was, however, the main reason for defeat as Natalie Sciver (28) and Sarah Taylor (22) were alone in passing 20.

Rene Farrell's career-best four for 15 from three overs, which included removing Charlotte Edwards and Lydia Greenway from consecutive balls, inflicted the damage.

Opener Elyse Villani (36 not out) batted Australia to victory and hit the winning run, when Edwards brought herself on.

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