Mariah Williams has taken the next step towards playing at a second Olympics having scored twice against Russia in Perth to help the Hockeyroos qualify for next year's Games in Tokyo.
The Hunter Sports High School graduate, who made her Olympic debut in Rio in 2016, netted first-half goals in the 22nd and 30th minutes during Australia's 5-0 victory at Curtain University on Saturday.
This followed a 4-2 win over the same opponents on Friday, booking a last-chance ticket to the 2020 Games via the two-Test series.
The Hockeyroos missed automatic qualification last month, going down to New Zealand on a countback at the Oceania Cup.
"It was pleasing that we managed to finish off with some quality goals in the first half but our ball handling needs to get better as well as our fitness," national women's coach Paul Gaudoin told Hockey Australia media.
Meanwhile, Norths pair Matt Dawson and Ky Willott both scored Hockey One goals for NSW Pride in an 8-1 triumph over the Thundersticks in Perth on Saturday.