England Women have lifted the Cyprus Cup for the third time, having narrowly defeated Canada by a solitary goal in Larnaca.
In their third consecutive final in the competition - and their fourth in total - a second-half Lianne Sanderson strike earned the victory for the Three Lionesses.
Jill Scott completed 68 minutes for Mark Sampson's side in a tightly fought contest, while Karen Bardsley and Demi Stokes were named on the bench.
The success provides England with the perfect tonic ahead of this summer's World Cup.
A game of few chances, it took until the 67th minute until the deadlock was broken, as Sanderson applied the perfect finish with a curling shot to some fine attacking play.
Though the Canadians did little to threaten an equaliser, England 'keeper Siobhan Chamberlain was forced into a stunning stop late on, which secured the victory for her side.
England play one more time before the World Cup - a friendly against Canada at the Academy Stadium.
Ticket information for the fixture can be found here.
Also in Cyprus Cup action today were Scotland, who completed their tournament with a 3-1 win over Holland. Defender Jennifer Beattie completed the full 90 minutes for Anna Signeul's side.
Meanwhile, Sarah Wiltshire's Wales secured a fifth-place finish in the Istria Cup with a penalty shoot-out win over Croatia following a 1-1 draw in normal time.
MCWFC Seasoncards for 2015 are now on sale.
Priced at only £48 for adults and £30 for juniors, make sure you don't miss out on securing your seat at the Academy Stadium for the new FA Women's Super League campaign.
Full details can be found here.
Now it begins…