Allrounder Ellyse Perry has celebrated her 100th One-Day International with an 89-run victory in the final match of the ODI Series against Pakistan.
Perry joined Alex Blackwell, Karen Rolton, Lisa Sthalekar, Cathryn Fitzpatrick and Belinda Clark as the only Australians to have played 100 ODI's. The match was also Perry's 200th match in Australian colours.
There is only one other player who has donned the green and gold with former vice-captain Alex Blackwell making 251 appearances before retiring earlier this year.
She made her debut as a 16-year-old in 2007 while still playing football and representing the Matildas before committing fulltime to cricket only two years ago.
Australia secured three from three in their ODI against Pakistan and started the day batting and posted 7-324 from 50 overs with Alyssa Healy contributing the most to the run with 96 while Ashleigh Gardner (62*) posted her first ODI half-century.
In reply, Pakistan reached 49 before Gardner removed Muneeba Ali for 15.
A number of Pakistani batters managed starts but a disciplined bowling effort from Sophie Molineux (1-16) and three wickets to Gardner (3-44) made it hard for the hosts to get any real momentum.
Fast bowler Tayla Vlaeminck claimed 1-49 on debut, while Nicola Carey (1-23) also finished with a wicket as Pakistan was restricted to 7-235.