Australia defeated traditional rivals England by 71 - runs and claimed a record - extending seventh ICC Women's World Cup title. Australia opener Alyssa Healy scored 170 off 138 balls.

Australia lift 7th Women's World Cup title , Alyssa Healy creates history

Australia opener Alyssa Healy smashed a mammoth 170 off 138 deliveries in the final against England .

Healy's 170 is now the highest ever individual Score in a World Cup final across men's and women's crcket.

Meg Lanning-led Australia posted a mammoth 356 for 5 in the final

Opener Rechael Hayens scored 93 ball 68 forgling a partnership of 160 with Healy

England's Natalie Sciver Scored an unbeaten 148 off 121 balls for her second Successive hundred against Australia in the CWC 2022

Alana King picked up 3 for 64 as England could only muster 285, losing by 71 runs.

Australia women lifted their record seventh WC title.

Australian players celebrate after winning the final at Christchurch, New Zealand.

Alyssa Healy won the player of the match for her daddy hundred.

Healy was named player of the tournament for amassing 509 runs. She was joined by her husband Mitchell Starc.

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