The Queensland Fire defeated the South Australian Scorpions by 70 runs in the Women's National Cricket League in Brisbane on Saturday.
A night after their thrilling super-over win against the same opponents in a Twenty20 fixture, the Fire won the toss and elected to bat at Allan Border Field.
After setting their opponents a difficult target of 230, they enjoyed success with the ball as the Scorpions were skittled for 159.
Jude Coleman (4-19 off 9.1 overs) was the chief destroyer with the ball for Queensland and she removed Tegan McPharlin (zero), Bridget Patterson (11) and Beth Morgan (zero) in a devastating opening spell.
Lauren Ebsary (30) and Tahlia McGrath (40) attempted to resurrect the innings for South Australia but they struggled for support as they slumped to 8-119.
Some late hitting from Rhianna Peate (41) entertained the crowd, but despite Peate's six boundaries, she was unable to stop the rot as the Scorpions were bowled out in the 47th over.
Jess Jonassen (2-14 off 10) and Jemma Barsby (2-42 off 10) also bowled well for the winners.
Earlier, Queensland set South Australia a challenging total with a series of contributions from the top order.
The Fire's top six all made starts, with Kirby Short (39) and Beth Mooney (36) the most impressive.
Regular wickets fell with Jakarra Hill (2-38 off eight) and McGrath (2-26 off six) bowling well but Queensland's even spread of contributors ultimately meant they posted a score that would be too much for their opponents.
First Posted 13 October, 2012 7:13PM AEST