Wyatt's 56-ball century wipes out Australia
Danielle Wyatt recorded the first-ever century by an England batsman in women's T20Is to set up a record chase in the final T20I, a result that had no bearing on Australia's hold on the Ashes
England seek edge in Twenty20 future
With the Ashes lost, England would look to secure the T20I series to extend Australia's losing streak in T20 bilateral series, already stretching back to mid-2015
Knight should have been not out in first T20I - MCC
The dismissal was shrouded in confusion, Knight first being given out, then not out and then out again
More comfortable with my new run-up now - Megan Schutt.
Australia fast bowler Megan Schutt speaks to Adam Collins about her form and the final T20I against England on Tuesday
We're going to fight till the end - Jenny Gunn.
England's Jenny Gunn talks about her figures of 4 for 13 that helped England fight back against Australia in the second T20I
Ashes won but T20I series still alive
Despite Australia having claimed the Ashes, both the hosts and England will have something to play for, especially in light of the World T20 in the Caribbean next year
Brunt, Sciver make it 1-1 in T20I series
The Ashes may have been lost but England have an opportunity to inflict a fifth successive T20I series loss on Australia at home
England's early shambles proves costly.
Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon look back on Australia's comfortable win in the 1st T20I to retain the Women's Ashes
Mooney leads Australia's surge to the Ashes
Beth Mooney hit an unbeaten 86 off 56 balls as Australia retained the Women's Ashes in emphatic style with a six-wicket victory in the first T20I at North Sydney Oval
Spin-heavy attacks a likelihood in Ashes T20I opener
Needing to win all three T20Is to claim the Ashes, England are facing a complication with the uncertainty around Anya Shrubsole's fitness and if she is unfit, the visitors could look to field a markedly spin-heavy attack
'We've got to be fearless' - Heather Knight.
Faced with a must-win situation in all of the three T20Is ahead, England captain Heather Knight talks about the team's mental make-up in the run-up to the deciding leg of the Ashes
Switch Hit: It's the Ashes bingo!
The Switch Hit team return to the studio, and have some help from down under, to tackle all the Ashes build-up clichés and catch up with the latest news from Australia
England women reject Mott's Ashes criticism
The Australia coach had criticised England's slowness with the bat on the first day but spin bowler Danielle Hazell insisted they did what they did to try and win the game
Australia's Lauren Cheatle out of Ashes T20Is
Sarah Aley, Delissa Kimmince and Molly Strano are additions to the Australian squad, whereas Tahlia McGrath and Nicole Bolton, who were part of the one-off Test, have been omitted
Mott critical of England's slow approach
"To bat with pretty minimal intent on day one when you get the best of conditions, to say you're trying to win the Test is not in my realms of thinking," said Australia's coach
'It was tough for the bowlers' - Haynes.
Australia captain Rachael Haynes says there wasn't much in the pitch for her bowlers on the last day of the Test against England
Great occasion despite slow pitch - Robinson.
Mark Robinson says he witnessed something special as England and Australia fought out a draw in the maiden day-night women's Test
'We made sure they didn't get a sniff' - Knight.
England captain Heather Knight, who scored an unbeaten 70, was happy the batsmen managed to dig out a draw on the final day in Sydney
Knight, Elwiss doggedly secure draw for England
The drawn inaugural day-night women's Test meant the Women's Ashes was in the balance ahead of the Twenty20 leg of the series
Perry's record 213* gives Australia advantage
Ellyse Perry soared into rarified air with a double-century that redefined the Women's Ashes Test at North Sydney Oval
In the stands with The Richies.
The Richies, who came out to support the Australia women's team in the ongoing Ashes Test, are planning a big presence at each of the Ashes Tests this summer
'Game is still well in the balance' - Lauren Winfield.
Australia trail England by 103 runs after day two of the one-off Ashes Test, but will look to Ellyse Perry to get them on level terms
Perry holds Australia reply together
Ellyse Perry holds the key to Australia's fortunes on day three after England made steady inroads against the hosts on day two
Australia fight back after Beaumont, Knight fifties
Australia used the swing on offer under lights to claw their way back after a 104-run stand for the second wicket had threatened to take the game away
England unfazed by Australia's promise of aggressive cricket
The first ever day-night Ashes Test between England and Australia is a spectacle of its own, but the game could also decide if Australia retain the Women's Ashes