The Women's Ashes
is the perpetual trophy in women's international cricket series between England and Australia. The name derives from the historic precedent of the Ashes in male cricket and, until 2013, was similarly decided exclusively on the outcomes of Test matches. Since the Australian tour of England in 2013, the competition is decided on a points system, taking account of One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 International matches as well as Tests. Four points are awarded for a Test victory, and two points for a victory in a limited-overs game. As of 17 November 2017, the trophy is held by Australia.