LEEDS (AFP) - Australia were bowled out for 445 in reply to England's first innings 102, a lead of 343, to force tea on the second day of the fourth Ashes Test at Headingley here on Saturday at tea. Marcus North was last man out for 110 with Stuart Broad taking Test-best figures of six wickets for 91 runs. England lead the five-Test series 1-0. Earlier, Clarke fell agonisingly short of his third century in as many Tests but helped strengthen Australia's already dominant position. Australia, at lunch on Saturday's second day of the fourth Test, were 306 for five - a lead of 204 runs after England collapsed to 102 all out in their first innings. Clarke was in sight of a hundred when he was lbw to Graham Onions for 93 made off 138 balls with 13 boundaries, having shared a fifth-wicket stand of 152 with Marcus North that all but doubled the score. Left-hander North was 53 not out and wicket-keeper Brad Haddin two not out. Australia resumed on 196 for four, a lead of 94, with Clarke 34 not out and North seven not out. North set the tone for the session when, off Saturday's first ball, he punched James Anderson through the covers for four off the backfoot. Meanwhile fast bowler Stephen Harmison, recalled in place of the injured Andrew Flintoff, saw his first ball of the day - a short half-tracker - pulled so far in front of square by Clarke the ball went for four to long-on. England were failing to follow the example of Australia's Stuart Clark, who'd shown how to bowl on a fine pitch for batting Friday by maintaining, a good length and accurate line. Clarke completed a 78-ball fifty with seven fours. When Anderson, who suffered a hamstring injury while batting Friday, did bowl a rare good length delivery Clarke, on 52, edged the Lancashire quick through the vacant third slip area. Stuart Broad then saw his first ball of the day, from around the wicket, clipped off his legs for four by North. Anderson, after an expensive spell of six overs for 34 runs, was replaced. On came to Graeme Swann for the first stint by a spinner in this match with Australia 264 for four off 59 overs. But Clark, once again showing crisp footwork, went down the pitch to drive the off-spinner for four. Australia vice-captain Clark, who made 136 in England's second Test win at Lord's and 103 not out in the drawn third Test at Edgbaston, got a leading edge to Onions before, in the same over, he missed a ball from the Durham quick that hit his pad and saw Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf raise his finger. England had repeatedly insisted they could regain the Ashes without either Kevin Pietersen (out of the series after the second Test with an Achilles injury) or all-rounder Andrew Flintoff, ruled out on the first morning of this match with a longstanding knee problem. SCOREBOARD ENGLAND 1st Innings 102 (P Siddle 5-21, S Clark 3-18) Australia 1st Innings (overnight: 196-4) S. Watson lbw b Onions 51 S. Katich c Bopara b Harmison 0 R. Ponting lbw b Broad 78 M. Hussey lbw b Broad 10 M. Clarke lbw b Onions 93 M. North c Anderson b Broad 110 B. Haddin c Bell b Harmison 14 M. Johnson c Bopara b Broad 27 P. Siddle b Broad 0 S. Clark b Broad 32 B. Hilfenhaus not out 0 Extras (b9, lb14, w4, nb3) 30 Total (all out, 104.1 overs, 465 mins) 445 Fall of wickets: 1-14 (Katich), 2-133 (Watson), 3-140 (Ponting), 4-151 (Hussey), 5-303 (Clarke), 6-323 (Haddin), 7-393 (Johnson), 8-394 (Siddle), 9-440 (Clark), 10-445 (North) BOWLING: Anderson 18-3-89-0 (1w); Harmison 23-4-98-2 (1w); Onions 22-5-80-2 (2nb, 1w); Broad 25.1-6-91-6 (1nb, 1w); Swann 16-4-64-0 England: Andrew Strauss (capt), Alastair Cook, Ravi Bopara, Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Matthew Prior (wkt), Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann, Stephen Harmison, James Anderson, Graham Onions Match position: Australia lead England by 343 runs Toss: England Umpires: Billy Bowden (NZL) and Asad Rauf (PAK) TV umpire: Ian Gould Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SRI).