England men's learning disability team extended their series-winning run to 13 years with victory over Australia in the final of a tri-series.
Captain Chris Edwards made an unbeaten 52 and hit the winning runs as England chased 141 in 16.4 overs to maintain their perfect record in the tournament.
Australia made 140-5 from 20 overs, but England had chased in their last three group games so had confidence.
South Africa were the other side involved but they failed to win a game.
Opener Dan Bowser, who was unbeaten on 45 alongside Edwards, was named batter and player of the series after averaging 132, while Kieran McKinney picked up the bowler award.
The run of seven wins in the tournament means England have lost just two of their past 42 games since losing a series to Australia in 2010.Find out more about Edwards and England's learning disability side