Australia won the fourth title of the World Championship ICC for Women, winning England with 8 points in Sunday's final at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua.
After Australia had assembled England for 105 runs, Captain Meg Lanning (28 of 29 balls) and Ashleigh Gardner (33 of 26) saw the Southern Stars house with 29 balls.
Gardner, the declared player of the race, was the star for Australia, as the all-rounder gave top-notch performance. He took three wickets for 22 runs, including Danielle Wyatt's wicket before scoring a watchful 33 with the bat.
The English Open Danielle Wyatt played a wonderful hit of 43 games from 37 traditions. However, it did not receive much support from the other end. Australia gave a disciplined bowling performance as the English middle class failed to take off.
Captain Heather Knight showed some struggle towards the end with critical 25, but it was not enough, as England was a pack for a sad 105.
Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney put Australia on a decent start by adding 29 goals for the first wicket. After their redundancies, Gardner and Lanning stayed to the end and finished pursuit.