LAHORE - Tim Paine hit nearly a run-a-ball ton to lead Australia A to a 15-run win over Pakistan A and victory in the limited-overs series. Wicketkeeper-batsman Paine hit 134 from 136 balls at Allan Border Field, opening the batting in Australia A's total of 316-5 in the deciding match of the three-game series. Opener Khalid Latif hit 100 off 91 balls before Pakistan A fell 15 runs short, dismissed for 301 with three balls left. Doug Bollinger (3-54) led the Australia A bowling after Khalid and Sheharyar Ghani (53 off 61) had the visitors on track at 187-3 in the 34th over. Shaun Tait took a wicket with his third ball, but proved expensive with figures of 2-70, as did left-arm spinner Jon Holland who took 2-78. Paine's total included 13 fours and five sixes. He was supported by Callum Ferguson (48) in a 112-run 2nd wicket stand. Australia also won the two-match, four-day series. The sides play again Saturday in a Twenty20 match, also at Allan Border Field.