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.
Hannah Rowe led New Zealand Women's brilliance with the ball as they restricted Pakistan Women to 89 for eight and later chased down the target with ease in 11 overs with seven wickets in hand in the fourth and final Twenty20 International and completed a 4-0 series whitewash.
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.
Our review of the latest ICC World Twenty20 2014 action looks back at India's eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh that qualified them for the semi-finals and an outstanding day for West Indian cricket.
Our latest news ICC World Twenty20 2014 video update reviews a dramatic day which saw wins for England and South Africa in the men's competition as well as Australia and New Zealand in the women's tournament.