England's women continued their domination of Australia with a nine-wicket victory in the first one-day international at Chelmsford on Monday.
England, already in possession of the Ashes and now the Twenty20 World champions, bowled the Aussies out for 133 before knocking off the runs inside 28 overs with the loss of Sarah Taylor.
Spinner Holly Colvin was the pick of the England attack with three for 27 and Katherine Brunt - whose three for six inspired England to victory over New Zealand in the Women's World Twenty20 final earlier this month - excelled again with two for 22.
The Australians were thankful to Lauren Ebsary (23) and Rene Farrell (39), who helped their side recover from 57 for seven with Farrell adding 36 with Sarah Andrews for the final wicket.
However, the England openers made light of their task by putting on a century partnership inside 23 overs when Sarah Taylor swept crisply for one of eight fours in her innings of 68.
She was caught behind off Lisa Sthalekar in the penultimate over but Claire Taylor (8) joined Caroline Atkins (48) to close out the victory.