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Marcus North's unbeaten 137 helped Glamorgan to a 26-run victory over Group C rivals Middlesex at Lord's.
Australian batsman Marcus North has been named Glamorgan captain for their limited-overs sides next season.
Centuries from Michael Thornely and Ned Eckersley helped Leicestershire to a draw on the final day against Glamorgan at Cardiff.
Glamorgan will be without overseas player Marcus North for the first two months of the county season because of injury.
Glamorgan have signed Australian batsman Marcus North as their overseas player for 2012 and 2013.
Simon Katich and Marcus North have both been overlooked for central contracts by Cricket Australia.
Michael Hussey and Marcus North both failed with the bat Australia's top order struggled for runs in Sheffield Shield action.
Marcus North has totally dismissed reports of deep divisions in the Australia team over Michael Clarke's captaincy.
Marcus North eased pressure on his Australian Ashes Test spot with a defiant century in the domestic Sheffield Shield.
Australia coach Tim Nielsen admits Callum Ferguson has a "big chance" of playing in the first Ashes Test.
Clint McKay has been called into Australia's Test squad as concerns linger over Ben Hilfenhaus.
Marcus North was the surprise bowling hero as Australia completed a 150-run win over Pakistan in the first Test at Lord's.
Australia batsman Marcus North is adamant he does not feel any extra pressure ahead of his first home Test.
Australia's Marcus North has vowed to keep working on his off-spin bowling in the hope of becoming a genuine Test all-rounder.
Australia captain Ricky Ponting is confident of retaining the Ashes after levelling the series.
Marcus North believes Australia now have a psychological edge after dominating the fourth Test.
England closed day two of the fourth Ashes Test on 82-5 in their second innings, still 261 runs behind after Australia made 445.
Paul Collingwood is confident England will regroup overnight and bat through the final day of the Ashes opener for a draw.
England slumped to 20-2 in their second innings, still 219 behind, when rain brought an early end to day four of the Ashes opener.
Sir Ian Botham says England have ‘turned the corner’ after they ended their 11-Test wait for a win.
Catch-up with the scorecards from today's six matches in the 50-over competition
Tour Matches in England
New Zealand A win by 70 runs (D/L Method)
Sri Lanka A win by 26 runs
England Under 19s v Australia
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