England beat Australia on their way to winning the World Twenty20
England have named an unchanged squad for the Ashes series against Australia in the wake of their victory in the ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
Charlotte Edwards' side beat New Zealand by six wickets in the World Twenty20 final at Lord's last weekend.
The series against Australia kicks off with a Twenty20 international at Derby on 25 June before the two sides meet in five one-day internationals.
And Australia's tour will conclude with a Test at New Road.
Anya Shrubsole continues to undergo rehab for her back injury so Danielle Hazell retains her place in the squad.
"The experience of winning a World Cup and the inaugural World Twenty20 has been sensational," said coach Mark Lane.
"What would top it off would be retaining the coveted Ashes.
"Australia have always been a fierce rival and this was proved in the recent semi-final of the Twenty20 where the two teams fought tooth and nail in a high-scoring, entertaining game of cricket. We are expecting an intense summer of cricket."
England's success in the World Twenty20 continued their remarkable year, with the team also lifting the Women's World Cup in March.
England squad for summer series with Australia:
Charlotte Edwards (captain), Caroline Atkins, Katherine Brunt, Holly Colvin, Lydia Greenway, Isa Guha, Jenny Gunn, Danielle Hazell, Laura Marsh, Beth Morgan, Ebony Rainford-Brent, Nicola Shaw, Claire Taylor, Sarah Taylor (wk).