Ellyse Perry took three wickets and Jess Cameron scored a half-century to help Australia clinch the women's World Cup for the sixth time with a 114-run win over the West Indies in the final on Sunday.
Australian cricketers celebrate the fall of the last West Indies wicket winning the ICC Women's World Cup 2013 at the Cricket Club of India's Brabourne stadium in Mumbai on February 17, 2013. Australia won the match defeating West Indies by 114 runs.
Cameron smashed two sixes and eight fours in her 76-ball 75 as Australia posted 259-7, the highest total in the final, before dismissing the West Indies for 145 in the day-night match in Mumbai.
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