The tourists also played a match against the England Academy women on 5–6 August at Brunton Memorial Ground, Radlett. Australia won the match by 116 runs.
For the first time, the Ashes were decided based on a points system, taking account not only of the one Test match, but also the results of limited-overs games. Six points are awarded for a Test victory (two points to each side in the event of a draw), and two points for a victory in any of the One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 games.
Following their victory in the second Twenty20 match, it became certain that England would regain the Ashes. The final points total was England 12, Australia 4.