9.40 pm I'll have the presentation for you in a bit ...

The Player of the Final is Jess Cameron, for scoring 75 and setting up a match-winning total. "It was good we had a good team performance," she says. "The pitch played really well today, it was tough on the bowlers. We have plenty of batters and I knew if I went out at any time someone else would take over. Ellyse Perry and Shooter also bowled very well today ..."

The Player of the Tournament is New Zealand's Suzie Bates. "Yeak look it's a bit disappointing to finish fourth, but on a personal level it's a bit pleasing. I would have liked to have timed some of my runs against West Indies ..." She says her century against Australia was her highlight of the tournament.

The West Indian players are going up to receive medals for making the final.

Merissa Aguilleira: "We really have to give it to Australia, they played good cricket throughout the tournament. We played good cricket to reach here ... We had some mishaps in the field and we went offtrack, it was all about executing but we did not do that. We really didn't come up to the plate today. It's hard luck for us but we did well ..."

The Australians are coming up to receive their winners' medals. Jodie Fields is the last one ... "We spoke a lot about coming into this match and dominating and I think we did that ... what more can you ask for. It was smart batting by Meg, Jess Cameron and Rachael Haynes ... to come back and score 260 was good for us. I did have a nervous moment at the top of her mark [Ellyse Perry] but she came good for us today ..."

The Australians have their World Cup trophy and the celebrations are continuing. They are singing their celebratory song ... I caught a line that said "We are the Southern Stars." They'll be singing that late into the night ...

We'll have a lot more news and analysis up on the site soon. Abhishek Purohit will be working late into the night writing stories. But that's all I have for you right now. We hope you've enjoyed our coverage of the tournament. Cheers.

9.25pm Australia have won their sixth World Cup. Ellyse Perry has a stump as a souvenir and she deserves one. She's had a stunning game, Australia have had a stunning game. Outclassed West Indies in every discipline. There are a lot of hugs and smiles, nothing too exuberant because this result was a forgone conclusion very early in the chase.

Australia's vice-captain, Alex Blackwell: "This is a great job, we didn't have it easy, we were challenged through the tournament, it's very special feeling, we're going to celebrate this one. We were hoping more like 280, but with runs on the board we backed our bowlers ... lot's of support from back home too."

Schutt: "It's a privilege to be here, best feeling in the world ... such a trooper [Ellyse Perry] coming in with an injury and taking those wickets ..."

Sarah Coyte: "Amazing, this is what we train for ... very glad to be part of it tonight."

Ellyse Perry: "It;s a lovely feeling to achieve what we have over the last few months ... it's a bit sore [ankle] but it's alright ... holly's been a star for us, I probably felt a bit of pressure as I replaced her tonight." Perry says she's looking forward to bowling with Holly Ferling in the future.

Julie Hunter says she's thrilled to have been part of the double - the World T20 and the World Cup. "A lot can happen in four years and we worked hard to make sure we change that result [of the previous world cup]."

Hunter to Smartt, OUT, and it's an epic catch to end the World Cup! Lisa Sthalekar moves nimbly to her right at short midwicket and dives full length to take the catch inches from the ground. Smartt had chipped it tamely in the air.

TD Smartt c Sthalekar b Hunter 0 (3m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Julie Hunter's back for her second spell...

43 | 4 Runs 1 Wkt | WI-W: 145/9 (115 runs required from 42 balls, RR: 3.37, RRR: 16.42)

  • Kyshona A Knight21 (57b)
  • TD Smartt0 (0b)
  • EA Osborne7-2-26-2
  • EA Perry10-3-19-3
Osborne to Kyshona A Knight, no run, left alone outside off stump
Osborne to Kyshona A Knight, no run, she loses balance as she slogs across the line and is beaten by a slow off break
Osborne to Kyshona A Knight, FOUR runs, Knight hits the ball over mid-on and collects another boundary
Osborne to Kyshona A Knight, no run, defended off the back foot on the off side

The injured Smartt is the last batsman for West Indies

Osborne to Mohammed, OUT, caught at deep midwicket! Schutt runs in to catch the ball on the move after Mohammed advanced and slogged across the line. Only one more to take now.

A Mohammed c Schutt b Osborne 14 (28m 26b 2x4 0x6) SR: 53.84

Osborne to Mohammed, no run, defended from the crease

42 | 5 Runs | WI-W: 141/8 (119 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 3.35, RRR: 14.87)

  • Kyshona A Knight17 (53b)
  • A Mohammed14 (24b)
  • EA Perry10-3-19-3
  • EA Osborne6-2-22-1
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, FOUR runs, a full toss outside off stump, Knight swings hard and gets a top edge that flies to the third man boundary. Perry finishes a spell that broke the back of the West Indian chase - 10-3-19-3. Terrific figures.
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, 1 wide, that's a wide down leg side
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, no run, Knight tries to hit down the ground and only manages a bottom edge into the ground, this is meandering towards an inevitable Australian win
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, no run, a bouncer! We haven't seen that at all today, Knight tries to pull but is beaten
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, no run, a full toss outside off stump, driven to cover once again
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, no run, in the blockhole outside off stump, driven towards cover
Perry to Kyshona A Knight, no run, good length outside off, hit hard from the crease towards point

41 | 5 Runs | WI-W: 136/8 (124 runs required from 54 balls, RR: 3.31, RRR: 13.77)

  • A Mohammed14 (24b)
  • Kyshona A Knight13 (47b)
  • EA Osborne6-2-22-1
  • EA Perry9-3-14-3
Osborne to Mohammed, no run, defended on the back foot on the off side
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WI Women 2nd innings Partnerships

1st32Kycia A KnightNY McLean
2nd6SR TaylorNY McLean
3rd3Kyshona A KnightNY McLean
4th16MR AguilleiraKyshona A Knight
4th31MR AguilleiraDJS Dottin
5th21DJS DottinSA Campbelle
6th0SF DaleySA Campbelle
7th5SF DaleySL Quintyne
8th0A MohammedSF Daley
9th27A MohammedKyshona A Knight
10th4TD SmarttKyshona A Knight