Marcus North

Marcus North

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Marcus James North (born 28 July 1979, Pakenham, Victoria) is an Australian cricketer, who scored centuries on both his Test and Ashes debuts. He has also played for the Australian Cricket Academy, Western Australia, Australia A, Durham, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Lancashire and Hampshire.

He is a left-handed batsman and right arm off-break bowler who generally bats in the high middle order. He is currently the captain of the Western Australia cricket team at Australian domestic level. North was dropped from the Australian test team in December 2010.

Youth career

North played junior cricket together with Mike Hussey at the Wanneroo Districts Cricket Club between 1994 and 1996. He made his first-class cricket debut for the Australian Cricket Academy against a Matabeleland Invitation XI in Bulawayo during the Academy's tour of Zimbabwe in 1999.

Domestic career

North made his Pura Cup debut for Western Australia against Victoria in 1999. In October 2006, North and Chris Rogers compiled a record domestic third wicket partnership of 459 against Victoria at the WACA Ground in Perth, Western Australia, making his highest score of 239 not out in the process. In February 2007,...
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