Women's T20 Challenge: Australian stars will miss out on the four-match tournament to be held from November 4 to 9 as the dates clash with the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL)
Australia demolished New Zealand by 232 runs in the third women's one-day international to equal the world record of 21 consecutive ODI victories set by Ricky Ponting's all-conquering men's team in 2003.
The Indian women's cricket team has overtaken New Zealand to rise to the third spot in the T20 International standings and retained the second position in the ODI chart of the latest ICC rankings released on Friday.
Amelia Kerr took three wickets as New Zealand prevented a whitewash against Australia in the third T20I.
Ellyse Perry suffered from hamstring tightness during running drills in training.
Delissa Kimmince's 3/21 and Rachael Haynes' 40 not out helped Australia Women chase down 129 to defeat New Zealand Women in the second T20I.
Australia Women's Alyssa Healy broke MS Dhoni's record of most dismissals by a wicket-keeper in T20Is. She has 92 dismissals from 114 T20Is.
Megan Schutt claimed two vital wickets while Ashleigh Gardner smashed a superb 61 as Australia beat New Zealand by 17 runs in the opening women's T20I clash.
Former South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis, Australia's Lisa Sthalekar and Pakistan batting great Zaheer Abbas were inducted into ICC Hall of Fame on Sunday.
This year's Women's T20 Challenge will be played in the UAE in the playoff week of the IPL and the tournament is set to clash with the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL).