LEEDS (England) (AFP) - England were 82 for five in their second innings in reply to Australias massive first innings total of 445 in the fourth Ashes Test match. Marcus North scored his second century of the series, which is his third in only six Tests. Australia piled up runs at Headingley to leave them in an unassailable position . England were all out for 102 runs in the first innings and now were 82 for five in the second innings. Earlier story on Sports Page