Bendigo's Tayla Vlaeminck took two wickets in Australia's 11-run win over India in Wednesday's Twenty20 tri-series final.
Two days after winning the Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year award, Vlaeminck took 2-32 off her four overs as the Australian team completed their preparations for the T20 World Cup from February 21.
Vlaeminck's speed and ability to bowl a good short ball once again tested the Indian batting line-up.
In her first over Vlaeminck claimed the prized wicket of dangerous Indian opener Shafali Verma who skied a short-pitched ball to cover.
Vlaeminck also dismissed Jemimah Rodrigues after the Indian number four top-edged a short ball to fine leg.
In three games in the tri-series, Vlaeminck had figures of 3-13, 2-18 and 2-32.
Left-arm spinner Jess Jonassen produced career-best figures of 5-12 to run through India's middle-order, stepping up as superstar Ellyse Perry had a rare quiet day.
Jonassen's haul was the second-best by an Australian in W20Is, behind Molly Strano's 5-10 against New Zealand in 2017.
Three-time Belinda Clark Award winner Perry struggled with the bat as well, out for one as she was dismissed for the fifth time in the series.
In 17 previous WT20I innings, spanning more than two years, the all-rounder had fallen just five times.
It was left to opener Beth Mooney (67 not out) to anchor Australia's innings of 6-155 with her third half-century of the series.
Mooney again had a clean-up job to do after opening partner Alyssa Healy's shocking run with the bat continued.
Healy finishes the tri-series with 15 runs at an average of three.
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