Gloucestershire 347 for 8 (Marshall 101, Payne 58*, Hogan 3-31) lead Glamorgan 220 (Selman 101, Miles 4-44, Taylor 4-56) by 127 runsScorecard Hamish Marshalls fourth championship century of the season - his 22nd for his county- and an unbeaten 58 from David Payne enabled Gloucestershire to gain a lead of 127, with two wickets remaining, by the close of the second day in Cardiff.With Payne and Josh Shaw having already shared an unbroken partnership of 56 for the ninth wicket, Glamorgan have much to do if they are to avoid losing their seventh championship game of a disappointing season.Marshall returns to New Zealand at the end of the season after spending 11 years in the West Country and, although he did give a difficult chance to wicketkeeper Mark Wallace on 40, he rescued Gloucestershire after they had earlier slumped to 38 for 3. He also found a staunch ally in George Hankins, the 19-year-old England U-19 batsman who stayed with Marshall for 47 overs to share a partnership of 120 for the fourth wicket.Resuming at their overnight score of 62 for 3, Marshall and Hankins batted throughout the morning session, and were not separated until 20 minutes after lunch when Hankins feathered a catch to the wicketkeeper off Graham Wagg. Hankins was at the crease for three-and-a-quarter hours for 43, and struck only five boundaries, but he was the perfect foil for Marshall, and with more experience at county level he will only prosper.Despite adding 56 with Marshall for the fifth wicket, Phil Mustard was never at ease, and when Michael Hogan took the new ball, Mustard soon edged to slip. Marshalls innings ended in Hogans next over, when he was adjudged lbw, and was either unhappy with the decision or disappointed with himself as he took some time to drag himself away from the crease.Craig Miles and David Payne then strengthened their teams position with a stand of 60 for the eighth wicket, although Wallace missed a stumping off Kieran Carlson with Payne on 20. 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Football Federation Australia will end the uncertainty surrounding expansion of the A-League by formalising clear criteria early next year for interested bidders.A FFA spokesperson confirmed the governing body was finalising a framework to allow it to properly assess applications from new teams.The framework will focus on two aspects - the financial viability of the proposed club, and the clubs capacity to provide benefits to the A-League and the sport at large.It comes after former National Soccer League champions South Melbourne became the latest entity to publicly signal their interest, joining the likes of Brisbane Strikers and Tasmania, both of whom have already made contact with FFA.As has been previously announced, Football Federation Australia is currently developing plans to expand the Hyundai A-League, a FFA spokesperson said.FFA can confirm it has received a number of enquiries from consortia interested in FFAs expansion plans for the Hyundai A-League.At this stage, FFA have advised any interested parties who have made contact that a framework for expansion will be completed early next year, which will allow them to submit expressions of interest in a framework which focuses on the viability of the proposed franchise and its ability to provide benefits to the A-Leaague and the game.ddddddddddddFFA last week met former Melbourne Victory shareholders Harry Stamoulis and Robert Belteky, who are behind the Tasmanian bid.However, FFA holds concerns over whether Tasmania is appealing enough to broadcasters and if their proposed home ground, North Hobart Oval, is adequate.Both Tasmania and South Melbourne say they are ready to enter the competition next season, but its believed expansion is unlikely to begin until season 2018-19 at the earliest.FFA chief executive David Gallop has repeatedly used the phrase fish where the fish are regarding expansion, suggesting teams in capital cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane will be favoured.However, A-League chief Greg ORourke says regional areas will not be discounted entirely.What weve said publicly about fishing where the fish are is absolutely still our first lens to see things through, he told FourFourTwo.However, having said that, there are a number of bids that will no doubt come from (small) communities who are looking for a football team to actually build pride in their community.(If) they can back it up financially and its sustainable, we will be listening. 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