White Ferns captain Sophie Devine has led the Perth Scorchers to victory in the final of the Australian Women's Big Bash T20 cricket competition.
Devine opened the batting and top-scored for her side with 35 from 33 balls as the Scorchers scored 146/5 from their allotted 20 overs at Optus Stadium in Perth.
They then restricted the Adelaide Strikers to 134/6 to complete a 12-run victory and claim their first WBBL title.
Devine, who earlier this week was named as captain of the Team of the Tournament, looked dominant from the outset, striking six boundaries in a 45-minute stay at the crease.
She added 52 for the first wicket with Australian star Beth Mooney, but both were dismissed by the halfway stage with the Scorchers 67/2. after Devine was run out.
But some late hitting by South African international Marizanne Kapp (31 from 23) ensured a competitive total for the home side with 18 runs coming from the final over.
Devine took 1/23 with the ball as Perth put a stranglehold on the Strikers' chase, with the only resistance coming from Talia McGrath, who hit 36 from 30.
Adelaide needed 27 runs from the final two overs, but could only find one boundary, falling short by 12 runs.
It caps a remarkable campaign for Devine, who will be looking to carry her form through to the New Zealand summer where she will be looking to lead the White Ferns to 50-over World Cup glory.
In all, Devine scored 512 runs in 14 matches, striking at 131 per 100 balls with a highest score of 101.