Australia have retained the Women's Ashes, having won the first of three T20 games at the North Sydney Oval.
Stand-in captain Beth Mooney clinched the game, capping off a stunning display during which she rattled off 86 runs.
The home side's 8-4 lead in the series is now unassailable with two games left to play.
Leicestershire have appointed ex-captain Paul Nixon as head coach.
The former Jamaica Tallawahs coach will have a job on his hands, his new side finished bottom of Division Two in the County Championship last season.
India have taken a 1-0 lead in their three-match Twenty20 Series against Australia thanks to a nine-wicket win in Ranchi.
Australia limped to 118 for 8 off 18.4 overs, with Aaron Finch's 42 the highlight for the tourists, before rain cut their innings short.
Set a revised target of 48 from six overs, India romped to their target for the loss of just one wicket as Virat Kohli (22 not out) and Shikhar Dhawan (15 not out) guided them to victory with three balls to spare.
The two teams next meet for the second T20 at the Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati on Tuesday.
The ECB have confirmed that as it stands Ben Stokes will not be travelling out to Australia with the rest of the England squad following his arrest two weeks ago.
The Durham all-rounder has however been awarded a new central contract as has Alex Hales who was also connected to the incident that led to Stokes' arrest.
Elsewhere Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball and Liam Plunkett were all given written warnings for their conduct although the ECB have stated that this was not in connection to the Stokes incident.
Not the best prep for an Ashes tour Down Under.
Play is underway at Southampton in the final One Day match between England and the West Indies.
Chris Gayle is at the crease in what could be his final appearance on English soil and he's enjoying himself, three consecutive sixes to help the Windies to 33-0.