He moved more than 6000 times, and became the first From Australiamale or female, to have scored 6000 runs and taken 300 wickets in international cricket.
She is also the first woman to join the team, which includes the likes of Imran Khan, Ian Botham, Wasim Akram, Jacques Kallis and Andrew Flintoff, among others.
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It was also the first time in his 16-year international career that Perry had three 50-plus partnerships in the same ODI.
Batting first, Perry was at mid-on after Phoebe Litchfield was out lbw to Lauren Bell for seven.
Perry would join Beth Mooney in a 61-run stand for the third wicket, then Ash Gardner for a 56-run stand for the fifth wicket, and an 81-run stand with Annabel Sutherland for the sixth wicket.
Perry’s 91st innings also saw him pass 3500 runs in WODIs, having done so in 131 matches at 50.25.
In this Ashes series, Perry has been at the top of nearly half of Australia’s innings
He needs just four more runs to pass the 1000-wicket against England, against whom he has played 35 matches.
Perry strengthened the Australian innings as he has done on several occasions, and only fell to Sophie Ecclestone deep in the run-chasing lanes.
Georgia Wareham then hit 26 from the last over to set England 283 for victory.
In reply, a stunning century from England bowled Natalie Sciver-Brunt better than chasing the ball but kept England in the lead.
Perry falls in the nineties
Needing 15 runs from the last over with the ball in the hands of Jess Jonassen, Sciver-Brunt picked up a single with the first ball, before Sarah Glenn took another in the second. Sciver-Brunt kept England in it with a boundary behind square off the third ball.
They couldn’t find a boundary again, and the Aussies got home with just three runs to spare, retaining the Ashes in the process.
The final ODI in the Women’s Ashes multi-series is in Taunton on Tuesday night (AEST).
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