During the 2007–08 Australian summer, Perry made her debut for New South Wales in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) in the first match of the season against South Australia, taking 2/29 from ten overs and taking a catch in a seven-wicket win. Her first wicket in her WNCL career was that of leading batsman Karen Rolton, rated the best in the world at the time, caught by Lisa Sthalekar. In the second match of the double-header, she batted for the first time, scoring 12 and then claiming 3/21 in a 25-run win. She then went wicketless in two victories over Victoria. In the fifth match of the season against Queensland, she scored 37 in New South Wales' 189 and took 2/10 with the ball to help seal a 66-run win. In the penultimate match, she took 0/51 from ten overs against Western Australia and was omitted from the next day's match. Perry ended her first season for New South Wales with 66 runs at 13. 20 and nine wickets at 24. 00 from seven matches. The final against South Australia was washed out by rain without a ball being bowled and New South Wales were awarded the WNCL title on account of ranking first in the round-robin phase. In two Twenty20 matches for her state, Perry took a total of 1/34 from six overs and did not bat as New South Wales won both matches.