England paceman James Anderson is recovering well from a calf muscle tear and could be fit for the one-off Test match against Ireland starting on Wednesday, failing which the 36-year-old will target next month's Ashes series against Australia.
Captain Lanning looked to settle in for the rest of the day, making 21 off 58 balls, before she struck a awful full toss from Kirstie Gordon straight to Georgia Elwiss at cover - with the all-rounder taking a fine leaping catch to send the Australia skipper back to the pavilion.
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Molineux, who returned from shoulder surgery to be drafted into the Test squad, relished the opportunity to play four-day cricket taking the crucial wicket of England skipper Heather Knight (28), who put on 79 runs with Jones in England's most positive period of the Test.
"We didn't think too much about the score, but we knew we needed to play positively. It's kind of gone the other way a little bit because the pitch is doing a little bit more and they've got some good spinners".
Bringing herself on to bowl after tea, Knight took two wickets, Jonassen and Ashleigh Gardner, but could not find the breakthrough to dismiss the in-form Perry before both captains shook on a draw. This was the second Test hundred for the Aussie cricketer.More news: James Harden offers thoughts on departed teammate Chris Paul
With plenty of time left in the day to bat, Beth Mooney (25), Jonassen (37) and Molineux (41) all made fine contributions, but it Perry that was the star, yet again, of the visitors' second innings as she became just the second Australian player - after Jill Kennare - to score a hundred and a half-century in a Women's Test match.
The pair hunkered down in the final session, adding only 62 runs in 33 overs, and were there at the close, with Haynes becoming the fourth Australian to go past 50.More news: Andrew Lincoln’s Walking Dead Movies Will Head To Theaters