Australia Women retained The Rose Bowl series with a six-wicket win over New Zealand Women as they move into an unassailable 3-2 series lead in the series.
The series of Twenty20 Internationals and ODIs began back in December before the ODI leg was postponed due to the earthquake that hit Christchurch in February.
Cricket Australia (CA) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) have taken the decision to cancel the remainder of the Rose Bowl series following Tuesday's earthquake in Christchurch.
The quake, which measured 6.3 on the Richter scale, badly damaged NZC's offices in the city although no staff or players from either side were injured.
The five-match Twenty20 International series between Australia Women and New Zealand Women was drawn 2-2 following a thrilling three-run win for Australia in the final game in Invercargill.
The away side held on to win as New Zealand closed on 163 for seven in reply to 166 for nine - a score that had been set up by Leah Poulton's maiden T20 International half-century.
New Zealand Women scored a 14-run win over Australia Women in the fourth Twenty20 International in Invercargill to move into a 2-1 series lead with one match remaining.
Sara McGlashan top scored with 62 as New Zealand posted 147 for five and for the second time in two days, Australia were bowled out inside 20 overs when they were dismissed for 133.
New Zealand Women beat Australia Women by 19 runs to level their five-match Twenty20 International series at 1-1 following the third match at Invercargill.
Trailing 1-0 going into the game, they produced a strong performance as they defended their score of 138 for six by dismissing Australia for 119 in 19 overs.
New Zealand Women have called up two uncapped players ahead of the conclusion of the limited overs series against Australia Women later this month.
Canterbury pair Kelly Anderson, a quick bowler, and spinner Frances Mackay have been added to the squad for the three One-Day Internationals while Mackay is also set to feature in three Twenty20 Internationals.
The Australia Women squad which will travel to New Zealand to complete a five-match Twenty20 International series and play three ODIs has been named, showing two changes from the victorious Ashes squad.
Into the squad for the three remaining Twenty20 matches come Annie Maloney and Clea Smith as Erin Osborne and Julie Hunter miss out.
Australia Women succeeded where their men's senior side failed as they sealed a seven-wicket win over England Women to regain the Ashes in the one-off Test match in Sydney.
They did so by chasing down 198 for the loss of three wickets in the fouth innings of the match with Sarah Elliott and Alex Blackwell scoring half-centuries.
Australia Women prevented England Women from taking a clean sweep in their five-match Twenty20 International series by winning the final game in Canberra by 52 runs.
An excellent all-round performance was spearheaded by all-rounder Shelley Nitschke, who hit 23 as Australia posted 153 for eight and then took three for 16 as England were dismissed for 101 in 16.2 overs.
England Women went 4-0 up in their five-match Twenty20 International series against Australia after a 13-run win in the fourth match in Canberra.
After they were bowled out for 144 batting first, they hit back to restrict Australia to 131 for six to claim their fourth straight victory and stay on course for a series clean sweep.
England Women moved into an unassailable 3-0 series lead over Australia Women after taking a four-wicket win in the third Twenty20 International in Canberra.
The result, achieved with one ball to spare, earned England a first series win over Australia in Australia following victories in the opening two matches in Adelaide and Perth.
England Women went 2-0 up in their Twenty20 International series against Australia Women with a five-wicket win in a shortened match at Melbourne.
Australia Women reached 99 for three from 16 overs before Lydia Greenway's unbeaten 30 helped England hit 100 for five with two balls to spare to clinch their second victory in the five-match series.
England Women struck first in their five-match Twenty20 International series by beating Australia Women by four wickets in the opening game in Adelaide.
Australia reached 140 for five in their 20 overs before England got to their target with ten balls to spare and go 1-0 up in the series.
The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has called up Lancashire pace bowler Kate Cross following injuries in Australia to Claire Taylor and Beth Morgan.
Cross earns her call-up on the back of strong performances for the Academy last year and she is due to join up with the squad in time for the opening Twenty20 International in Adelaide on 12th January.
England Women left it until the final match of the three-match series to produce their best performance of the One-Day International series, claiming a seven-wicket victory in the final game in Perth.
They dismissed Australia for 212 before making their way to 213 for three with two overs to spare at the WACA.
Meg Lanning marked only her second One-Day International appearance with an unbeaten century which guided Australia Women to an emphatic series-clinching nine-wicket win over England Women in Perth.
Lanning was unbeaten on 104 as Australia raced to 215 for one in reply to 214 for nine to move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead with one match remaining.