England women maintained their 100 percent record in the Twenty20 series against Australia with a 13-run success in Canberra on Monday.
Laura Marsh top-scored with a boundary-laden 43 after the tourists opted to bat first at the Manuka Oval.
Marsh's 28-ball contribution laid the foundation for a total of 144 all out in 19.5 overs.
In-form Lydia Greenway also chipped in with 28, while Australia spin duo Shelley Nitschke (3-19) and Sarah Elliott (3-17) claimed three wickets apiece.
The home side's run chase finished short on 131-6 despite the best efforts of Leah Poulton (32), Rachael Haynes (25) and Nitschke (22).
Left-arm spinner Holly Colvin was the most successful England bowler with figures of 2-25.
England lead the five-match series 4-0 and have the chance to complete a whitewash at the same venue on Tuesday.