Bendigo's Tayla Vlaeminck helped Australia to a series-clinching win over the West Indies in Antigua.
Vlaeminck bowled with great pace and picked up 1-20 from seven overs as the Aussies restricted the Windies to just 8-157 off 50 overs.
Vlaeminck also took a catch in the field.
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Earlier, a brilliant Ellyse Perry ton and a record-equalling Ashleigh Gardner half century steered Australia to 2-308 off 50 overs at Sir Viv Richards ground.
Perry brought up her second ODI century (112 no off 118 balls) while Gardner's 50 came off just 23 balls to equal the record for the fastest ODI half-century by an Australian woman - smashing three sixes and six other boundaries.
Perry, one of six Aussie wicket-takers, said it was pleasing to wrap up the series after two dominant performances.
"I think we've done pretty well adapting to the different conditions as quickly as we have as well," she told Cricket Australia.
"All in all, especially with Ash at the end there and Midge (Healy) at the start there was some really good things throughout both innings and games so far, so it's been really worthwhile for the group and nice to be a part of it."
Australia suffered a setback with captain Meg Lanning ruled out minutes before the toss in Antigua with back spasms.
Vice-captain Rachael Haynes won the toss and elected to bat and she was the first to fall, for 13, bringing Perry to the crease.
Opener Alyssa Healy reached 58 from just 43 balls before she joined Haynes on the sidelines when she was caught behind.
Perry and Beth Mooney put Australia in the box seat, the duo both posting half centuries before the latter retired due to heat stress when she was on 56.
Australian won the first match of the series by 178 runs with the game three to be played in Antigua on Wednesday night (AEST).
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