Danni Wyatt admitted she was 'absolutely buzzing' to win the women's Hundred with Southern Brave at Lord's on Sunday.

Wyatt led the way with the bat, hitting a six and nine fours in her 59 off 38 balls to help them post 139-6 against Northern Superchargers.

And a solid all-round bowling display saw their rivals dismissed for 105 as Brave won the title at the third time of asking.

"Absolutely buzzing to finally get that win here at Lord's," Wyatt told BBC Sport.

"When I was batting out there, I just felt 'right, come on, stay out here, get as many runs as we can, and then hopefully our bowlers will bowl well' and they did today.

"Our fielding was outstanding again, Maia Boucher with that crucial catch. Just absolutely delighted to get that win finally."

Wyatt shared 87 with Sussex teammate Georgia Adams (27) after Brave slipped to 9-2 early on and revealed how some expert advice had been playing on her mind in the middle.

"I always struggle batting here at Lord's. It's always quite tricky, quite a lot of lateral movement, bit of spin," she added.

"We lost the two early wickets and I thought 'right, come on, I've got to step up here and try and get some runs for the team' and just hit my strengths.

"In white-ball cricket you've got to try and force boundaries, but don't do anything silly. Just stay out here, because the opposition never like it when you're out there batting.

"Mark Nicholas messaged me and said that, so I kept thinking about his message that he sent me - right, stay out here, hit the pockets, hit the ball hard, and I really wanted to get that trophy today."

Wyatt lost her wicket in unfortunate circumstances, after being hit by a shot from Adams and run out at the non-striker's end by Kate Cross.

And she revealed her pain at the dismissal, adding: "Gaz said to me 'right, I'm going to go hard here'. I didn't think she'd go that hard straight at me.

"I should've got out of the way. But yeah, right at my thumb. I was really annoyed I got out in the first place, then I took my glove off and saw this massive, big egg on my thumb.

"Got some ice on it, taped it up and hopefully it's not broken.

"When she threw it and it hit the stumps, of course it did. I was just hoping Freya Kemp would get some runs at the end and she did, she batted so well."

Sussex youngster Kemp, 18, played an entertaining cameo, hitting five fours in her 31 off 17, then took a catch to dismiss Phoebe Litchfield early in the Superchargers reply.

Kalea Moore (3-15), Lauren Bell (3-21), Chloe Tryon (2-28) and captain Anya Shrubsole, in her last match before retirement, shared the wickets to fall as Adams bowled a good spell and finished with a competition-leading 16 victims.

"I made it look a lot harder than it was, I was off the rope, so I'm just glad I could catch it and it was a big wicket," Kemp told BBC Sport.

"It was amazing. I'm just glad we could get over the line. It was a good all-round team performance to do it for Anya [Shrubsole], great last match for her."