All-rounder Ellyse Perry become the primary Australian girl to take 300 global wickets after she brushed aside India’s Pooja Vastrakar on day 3 of the four-day pink-ball check at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Perry despatched off Vastrakar (13) within the 143rd over as Beth Mooney pulled off a surprising catch at gully.
Perry is lately 3rd at the record of girls with probably the most wickets, at the back of India’s Jhulan Goswami (337) and England’s Katherine Brunt (301).
The 30-year-old could also be the primary girl with the double of 5000 runs and 300 wickets in global cricket.
India declared on 377 for 8 of their first innings, in a while after the dinner wreck on Saturday.