Sydney, Oct 20(ANI): Australia has continued its domination in every aspect of cricket, as they have won the Indoor Cricket World Cup after beating arch rivals New Zealand by 11 runs in a low-scoring affair in Brisbane.
The Australians displayed a tight bowling performance that restricted the Kiwis to a total of 44, with Daniel McLauchlan snaring figures of four for negative-nine.
Australia also won the women's championship, after beating New Zealand 120-96 in the final. They also captured the under-19 mens' and womens' titles beating their New Zealand counterparts 125-35 and 115-71, respectively, in the finals, Stuff.co.nz reports.
The host country completed a clean sweep of championship, as they have now claimed every trophy on offer since the inception of the competition in 1995. (ANI)