Madison Ashby scored a double as Australia edged out Fiji 15-5 to win the Dubai leg of the Women's HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series for the second successive time.
It was one-time traffic from Australia in the opening half of the final as Faith Nathan touched down in the fourth minute. Nathan then set-up Madison Ashby for a crucial second unconverted try to make it 10-0 after seven minutes.
Reapi Ulunisau scored a five pointer less than a minute after the interval and when Lefau-Fakaosilea was yellow carded for Australia with four minutes to go but Ashby's second in the 12th minute ensured a title win for Australia.
“We are stoked, we came to Dubai to win two tournaments and that is what we have done.
“We knew that Fiji are a physical side, so we tried to play with width and move them around the pitch and we battled really hard.
Nathan added: “I am so happy, this team have worked so hard over the last fortnight and we can build from here.”
Earlier in the day Australia had made sure of their place in the women’s final and topping Pool A with four wins from four by defeating Russia in a classic tie 26-17 while Fiji had a 17-12 victory over France.
France went on to win the Bronze final as they defeated Russia 28-5.
Australia hold the top place in the table after securing 20 points in both the Dubai legs while Fiji and France are at second and third respectively after winning silver and bronze medals.