Jenny Gunn picked four wickets while Sophie Ecclestone and Katherine Brunt managed two apiece as England Women went on to level the Twenty20 International series against Australia Women with a 40 run victory in the second game in Canberra.
After a four wicket haul from Megan Schutt restricted England Women to 132 for nine, a blistering unbeaten 86 run knock from Beth Mooney ensured Australia Women chased down the target in 15.5 overs with six wickets in hand in the first Twenty20 International in Sydney.
England led by an unbeaten 79 run determined knock from Heather Knight managed to bat out the final day's play during which they scored 206 for two as the only Test in the Women's Ashes series ended in a draw.
Ellyse Perry showed a lot of determination with an unbeaten 70 run knock to help Australia overcome a stern challenge from England as they went on to post 177 for five at stumps on day two of the only Test in the Women's Ashes in Sydney.
After Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight scored fifties, Australia managed to make a late comeback to restrict England to 235 for seven at stumps on day one of the only Test in the Women's Ashes in Sydney.
After Tahlia McGrath and Erin Osborne shared five wickets between them to reduce Australia Women to 287 for nine in their second innings, ACT Invitational XI managed a score of 88 for three as the three-day tour game ended in a draw in Canberra.
Sarah Taylor scored a determined 85 run knock as England Women went on to declare their second innings with a score of 305 following which Cricket Australia XI managed to notch 182 for seven before the three-day tour game in Sydney ended in a draw.
Naomi Stalenberg scored a fine century but England Women bounced back through a four wicket haul from Katherine Brunt to bowl out Cricket Australia XI for 271 following which the visitors took their total to 87 for three at stumps on day two of the tour game in Sydney.
After Angela Reakes and Marizanne Kapp scored unbeaten 103 and 61 respectively to help ACT Invitational XI claim a first innings lead, Australia Women showed a better display with the bat in the second innings to stretch their lead to 108 runs with eight wickets in hand at stumps on day two of the tour game in Canberra.
Lauren Winfield was the only saving grace in England's innings with the bat as they were bowled out for 231 runs following which the bowlers led by Katherine Brunt did well to restrict Cricket Australia XI to 82 for four at stumps on day one of the tour game in Sydney.
After Beth Mooney scored a fine century, a five-wicket haul from Hayley Jensen restricted Australia Women to 272 for eight before the declaration came following which the ACT Invitational XI managed 71 for four at stumps on day one of the tour game in Canberra.
Cricket Australia has named the squads for the tour games featuring England and Australia sides to give them a feel of the pink ball ahead of their inaugural day-night Test match to be played in Sydney.
Fluent half-centuries from Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight and Sarah Taylor helped England Women post 284 for eight in their 50 overs following the bowlers did well to restrict Australia to 257 for nine in a rain-hit chase as the visitors completed a 20 run victory by DLS method in the third and final One-Day International at Coffs Harbour.
Rachael Haynes led from the front with a blistering unbeaten knock of 56-ball 89 while Megan Schutt picked a four wicket haul as Australia completed a 75 run victory by DLS method over England in the second One-Day International in Coffs Harbour to claim a 2-0 lead in the Women's Ashes.
Alex Blackwell played a responsible inning of unbeaten 67 while Ashleigh Gardner supported her with a blistering cameo down the order as Australia Women chased down 229 against England Women with two wickets in hand to kick-start the Women's Ashes 2017 tournament with a win in Brisbane.