England were crowned 2008 Hong Kong Cricket Sixes winners after edging a thrilling final against Australia.
Ashley Giles' side were consistently the best team over the two days and owe their victory to some impressive bowling throughout, particularly from Essex all-rounder Graham Napier.
The victory was England's fifth at the Sixes and ensures they take home the £56,000 prize money.
After taking second place in the Bradman Group on Saturday, England eased into the final of the tournament with victories over South Africa, Hong Kong and South Africa in the round-robin group.
But they saved their best performance for the final as they powered to the highest total of the tournament as they posted 121-1.
Australia began their response strongly and when they reached 89-0 loss it looked like they would surpass England's total and capture their maiden Sixes trophy.
Napier bowled out Nathan Reardon but Australia continued to close in on the total they needed to win despite losing the wickets of John Hastings and Brendan Drew in the final over.
Needing just two runs from the last ball to win, Stephen O'Keefe hit Tim Bresnan's delivery towards mid-on and though he picked up a single he was then ran out, meaning England secured the trophy by virtue of having lost fewer wickets.
"It was a great game of cricket," said Giles. "I thought we got a good score, maybe could have got a bit more, but Australia played really well to fight back.
"To win one like that was great. It showed great character from the lads."