England have won their third women's World Cup. They're charging onto the ground to congratulate the two women in the middle, and they're all in tears, a superb win, which they almost let out their grasp, but it came down to Nicky Shaw again who saw off some anxious moments to complete an excellent allround effort and help her team to victory. Edwards in floods of tears. This is her fourth World Cup, but first final.
Credit to New Zealand for the way they fought back, not just while bowling but also in their innings where Doolan helped them salvage what in the end proved a competitive score. The match, as we now know in hindsight, was lost for New Zealand during the 74-run opening stand between Sarah Taylor and Atkins. New Zealand badly needed early wickets, and though they gave their opponents a serious scare, the flurry of wickets came a little too late.
Do stay with us for all the news from the presentation. No guesses as to who the Player of the Match will be - It's got to be Nicky Shaw
The match officials are now being presented with mementos
The Player of the Match, as predicted earlier, is Nicky Shaw, who, remember, replaced the injured Jenny Gunn just minutes before the start of play.
Shaw: "It's brilliant. Jenny's brilliant and she's performed superbly through the tournament. A lot of hard work has gone in the last four years and the rest of the girls are absolutely excited."
The Player of the Tournament with 303 runs at an average of 75 is Claire Taylor.
Taylor: "It's been an amazing two-and-a-half weeks and it's just been brilliant. I'm just really pleased to have come up with these performances for the team, we've been very together, there is a lot of passion for the game, and it was incredibly nerve-wracking in the end."
The New Zealand players are now collecting their runners-up medallions.
Haidee Tiffen: "We let ourselves down with the batting. The England team played superbly. They outplayed us in every form of the game. One thing about Kiwis is that we never give up, we always fight. I'm proud of the girls, we've had a good time and some tough times, and we'll be back in four years and give it another go."
The England players are now collecting their winners' medallions.
Charlotte Edwards: "It feels really special, the team have been amazing. We've worked hard and I'll treasure this for the rest of my life. I was slightly jittery there at one point, but it's been a fantastic tournament. Doolan played a superb innings but I'm glad we made it through."
Alright folks, the champagne's flowing and the English players are living it up, relishing every moment of their superb win. They hold aloft the trophy and have now broken out into a celebratory song. That's all from here. Thanks for tuning in and it's goodbye from all of us here at Cricinfo.