North hopes to lead Warriors out of drought

When Marcus North made his Western Australia debut in late 1999, he joined a squad that had become accustomed to success. They had won the past two Sheffield Shield titles and had made it to four consecutive finals. They had collected 14 Shield titles in 32 years, making them easily the best-performed state since the late 1960s. And then came the drought.
They have not made a Shield final in North’s time. There have been a couple of one-day titles, but the last was in 2003-04. Their eight years without any form of silverware is the longest current drought of any state, now that South…

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