A maiden Ellyse Perry one-day international century and a five-wicket haul from Jess Jonassen has seen Australia quite literally thrash their Kiwi rivals. 

After a disappointing performance in the opener and previously registering four ODI scored in the 90s, Perry came out to the crease in the 12th over and never left finishing with 107 not out from 110 balls.

The fielding from New Zealand didn't help on Sunday afternoon as Alyssa Healy made 46, the second most runs for Australia, but was dropped twice in the process.

It wasn't the only important drop of the match with Perry's dropped on the rope by Anna Peterson and found the boundary.

Teenager Amelia Kerr caused havoc to Australia's middle order with Elysa Villani going for a duck before bowling Ash Gardner for a golden duck. She would finish the day with 3-30 off seven overs.

With the home side posting 247 runs, New Zealand were going to need something special.

However, it didn't take long for the Australian bowlers to get stuck into the White Ferns with Suzie Bates and Lauren Down departing. 

Things begun to settle as Sophie Devine was joined by Amy Satterthwaite in the middle and they soon combined for 67 runs but Jonassen picked up where she left off in the first game to lbw Devine.  

After Satterthwaite was run out by Villani the final wickets quickly fell and New Zealand had lost 7-51 before eventually craving under the press to be all out for 153 in the 38th over.