Women's World Cup: Australia thrash West Indies to claim sixth title
Australia proved their superiority over minnows West Indies with a comprehensive 114-run win in the final at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.
Australian top-order batter Jess Cameron set the tone for an Aussie assault. Australia went on to post 259/7 in their 50 overs.
Jess Cameron raises her bat after reaching her half-century. Cameron smashed 75 of just 76 deliveries as the Aussies amassed a mammoth total.
Australian pacer Ellyse Perry celebrates with her teammates after she ripped through the Windies top-order. Perry ended with figures of 3/19 in her 10 overs.
West Indies captain Merissa Aguilleira dismayed after being dismissed in the massive chase. Aguilleira's dismissal ended hopes of any Windies fightback.
Australia proved to be the dominant side in womens cricket yet again with their sixth World Cup triumph.