With the series already in safe keeping, the Australian Jackaroos have hammered another nail into England’s proverbial coffin, with a near faultless performance in worsening Gold Coast conditions.
Scott Thulborn ultimately proved too classy for Sam Tolchard in the men’s singles.
Despite a small scare after 14 ends when Tolchard drew within 1 shot, Thulborn had the scoreboard ascendency throughout the match, prevailing 21-16.
Aron Sherriff was skipping newly minted centurion member Barrie Lester, in his 100th international capped match, with the pair celebrating in style with a 16-9 victory.
Aaron Wilson continued his scintillating form skipping the men’s fours team, triumphing 20-8.
Natasha Scott seemed to be in a spot of bother with the score stretching to a double-digit lead to England’s Kathryn Rednall, before Scott imposed herself on the contest to claim a come-from-behind victory by a slender shot, 21-20.
Ellen Ryan and Carla Krizanic produced the goods against the Sam Tolchard and Sian Honnor combination, with a clinical 24-8 win.
Bec Van Asch had the honour of skipping the women’s fours’ quality grouping of Kelsey Cottrell, Lynsey Clarke and Kristina Krstic, who continued in the winner’s circle with a 16-7 victory.
The final session of the Australia v England Test is currently underway at Broadbeach Bowls Club on the Gold Coast, with Australia destined to claim the silverware.