Mooney's 78 not out saw her finish as the leading runs-scorer in the competition, on the way to setting a new high-water mark for most runs scored by a single player in a women’s T20 World Cup,with her 259 runs at 64.75 across six innings breaking her captain Meg Lanning’s previous record from 2014.
That included her unbeaten 78 from 54 deliveries in Sunday’s final, alongside her 81 not out against Bangladesh and a critical 60 against New Zealand, and was the driver to her claiming the Player of the Tournament honours.
Mooney's World Cup run continued what has been a remarkably consistent summer from the 26-year-old, who finished second on the Rebel WBBL runs tally behind Sophie Devine with her 743 at 74.3, while also reminding everyone she has a knack for stepping up on big occasions with her match-winning innings for the Brisbane Heat in the final, the second year in a row her batting heroics underpinned a Heat championship win.
Jonassen finished with 10 wickets for the tournament and once again demonstrated her status as the team's leading slow bowler, taking 3-20 in the Final.
Kimmince was handed the job of stepping up her bowling for the side when Ellyse Perry was ruled out with a hamstring strain and her experience shone through, taking key wickets in the semi-final and final.
They join a proud list of Queenslanders to taste victory in Women's World Cups.
Jodie Fields was the first Queenslander to captain the Australian Women’s team, and led Australia to victory in the 2012 T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka and then followed that by leading the team to the ICC Women’s World Cup title in India less than six months later in February 2013.
Medium-pacer Jodi Dannatt was a member of 1997 squad that won the 50 overs Women's World Cup in India, as was wicket-keeper Julia Price who also tasted victory in 2005. Holly Ferling was in the 2013 squad that defeated the West Indies in India.Leg-spinner Sharyn Bow was in the 1993 World Cup squad that played in England.