Wolverhampton Wanderers made it two wins out of two to seal a hugely successful tour of Western Australia with a 2-1 win over North Queensland Fury.
Mick McCarthys newly-promoted Barclays Premier League side were a goal up inside two minutes for the second successive game in a week thanks to Andy Keogh but had to rely on stalwart defender Jody Craddock to ensure the spoils after former Liverpool and England ace Robbie Fowler had equalised from the penalty spot.
Craddocks 74th-minute winner was a perfect reminder to supporters of just why McCarthy decided to reward him with a new one-year deal last month.
Wolves fielded the majority of their new summer acquisitions including defender Ronald Zubar, midfielder Nenad Milijas and trialist Bobo Balde.
They survived an early scare when Daniel McBreens effort flew just wide of the post but took the lead within moments, George Friend and new signing Greg Halford combining to set up Keogh, who sent the ball past goalkeeper Paul Henderson from just two yards out.
The Republic of Ireland international might then have extended the visitors lead on ten minutes again thanks to good work from Friend and Halford but this time the strikers scuffed-shot was easy for Henderson to smother.
Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme then denied Jason Spagnulo at the other end before Serbia international Milijas tested Henderson with a terrific 30-yard strike.
In the second half, Halford continued to cause chaos for the home side with his corners threatening to carve Fury open as manager McCarthys new signings continued to rule the show.
Stephen Ward and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake then combined after a great run from the Ireland left-back before Ikemes replacement, Wayne Hennessey denied Chris Grossman.
The hosts then introduced Fowler to the fray and he at once showed glimpses of just why he scored 200 goals for Liverpool during a career spanning almost a decade. His first effort was well short of the target but he made no mistake in sending Hennessey the wrong way from the penalty spot after Craddock was judged to have fouled Jeremy Brockie.
An Ebanks-Blake goal was then ruled out for offside before Craddock made amends for that penalty by converting a corner supplied by former Southampton youngster Andrew Surman. Sam Vokes thought he had given Wolves the perfect ending to the tour with a header but the 14,903-strong crowd saw the referee rule it out for a foul.