|Women’s Ashes: Second Twenty20 international, The 1st Central County Ground|
|England 121-8 (20 overs): Beaumont 43, Jonassen 2-19, Wareham 2-22|
|Australia 122-3 (17.5 overs): Perry 47*, Lanning 43*|
|Australia won by seven wickets (Australia 2pts; lead series 12-2)|
Australia clinched the Twenty20 portion of the Women’s Ashes with a comfortable seven-wicket win over England at Hove.
Tammy Beaumont top-scored with 43 from 39 balls as England posted what they hoped would be a potentially competitive 121-8 on a slow Hove pitch.
With the Ashes already gone, England briefly had hope of a first series win when they reduced the tourists to 35-3.
But Meg Lanning (43 not out) and Ellyse Perry (47 not out) saw the Aussies past their target with 13 balls to spare.
More to follow.
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