Australia Women won their Sixth T20 World Cup as Meg Lanning became the first captain to win 5 ICC Trophies. She broke Ricky Ponting's record of 4 trophies. Australia won their third consecutive T20 World Cup by beating the Host Nation, South Africa to reclaim the title.
This victory means Australia has won six out of the eight T20 titles. They are also the current champions of the ODI World Cup and the Commonwealth Games (CWG), having won both titles in 2022.
Australian skipper Megastar Meg Lanning created history by winning her fifth ICC tournament as captain. She led Australia to victory in four T20 World Cups 2014, 2018, 2020, and 2023 along with the 2023 ODI World Cup. Lanning was also the captain of Australia's CWG 2022 winning team in Birmingham last year.
|Player||No of Trophies||Year|
|Meg Lanning (Aus)||5||2014, 2018, 2020, 2023 – T20 World Cup|
2023 – ODI World Cup
|Ricky Ponting (Aus)||4||2003, 2007 – ODI World Cup|
2006,2009 – Champions Trophy
|MS Dhoni (Ind)||3||2007 – T20 World Cup|
2011 – ODI World Cup
2013 – Champions Trophy
|Darren Sammy (Wi)||2||2012, 2016 – T20 World Cup|
|Clive Lloyd||2||1975, 1979 – ODI World Cup|