Australia secured their first piece of silverware in a T20I in two and a half years after a 57 run victory over England yesterday.
Australian captain Meg Lanning along with Elyse Villani secured the highest-ever total in a women’s T20 International with 209 runs.
Together they notched up a 139 run partnership.
Lanning had been instrumental in her sides performances throughout this series and picked up the Player of the Match award.
Player of the match: Meg Lanning👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/3isdlxzzoU— Australian Women's Cricket Team 🏏 (@SouthernStars) March 31, 2018
However, she has credited the whole team for their outstanding performance which only saw one loss throughout their ODI and T20I series.
"As a group, we've been focusing on what we can do and I think the group has done that really well," Lanning said.
"We haven't been worried about anything else except what we are trying to execute and play the style of cricket we want.
"It's pleasing we've been able to do that, it started with the one-day series but we've been able to carry the momentum into the T20," she said.
It had been a difficult T20I road for the Southern Stars, having lost six series up until yesterday's victory.
Megan Schutt was awarded Player of the Series with eight wickets in total and she was merciless in the final finish her four over with 3-13.
Player of the series: Megan Schutt! What a super star 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/NFpt48ETCD— Australian Women's Cricket Team 🏏 (@SouthernStars) March 31, 2018
"I don't think I took that many wickets while I was out there," Schutt said.
"For me, in T20 cricket it is about economy rates so I tried to use the conditions as much as I can," she said.
While Schutt played down the importance of her role in Australia's victory, Lanning had no problem giving a quick insight into Schutt's game.
"Megan has been willing to adapt her game to try new things, we've been forced into that but I think as a bowler in these conditions you need to be able to take that head-on," she said.