A perfect Test game and incredible efforts from both sides Pic Credits @ AusWomenCricket and @englandcricket

The one-off Women's Ashes Test in Canberra has been drawn between England and Australia.

Australia (337-9 dec & 216-7 dec) Mooney 63; Brunt 3-24.

England (297 & 245-9 ) Sciver 58, Knight 48, Dunkley 45; Sutherland 3-69

Chasing a 257 total England had required 45 runs from 60 balls and seven wickets left. It seemed easy for the England players.

Australia fought back and took six wickets for just 26 runs

Number 11 Kate Cross has played 12 straight balls to draw the test match for England!

The match drew because Australia declared on 216-7 half an hour before tea, leaving England 48 overs to reach their target.

Australia is leading 6-4 in the multi-format points-based series.

Australia have to win one of the three one-day internationals that follow to retain the Ashes.

The first ODI begins at Manuka Oval on February 3rd.