|Born||11 May 1881
Grahamstown, Cape Colony
|Died||27 June 1968
East London, South Africa
|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
Norman Ogilvie Norton (11 May 1881 – 27 June 1968) was a South African all-rounder cricketer. He was also a lawyer by career and became a provincial administrator for the game.
Norton's first-class debut was with Western Province versus an Australian team in 1902 but had no score on that occasion. He returned in 1907 under the Border team and within two years attained a personal best score of 57 during a game in Cape Town against Western Province. In another game at Cape Town during the 1908/09 season, he achieved a 6 for 34 bowling score against Eastern Province, also recording ten wickets (10 for 92) and a second and last first-class 50
In the 1909/10 season, Norton played in the fifth Test match during a series with England's visiting Marylebone Cricket Club. On that occasion, Norton picked up four wickets for 47 with Jack Hobbs and Frank Woolley, scoring 2 and 7.
- World Cricketers - A Biographical Dictionary by Christopher Martin-Jenkins published by Oxford University Press (1996),
- The Wisden Book of Test Cricket, Volume 1 (1877-1977) compiled and edited by Bill Frindall published by Headline Book Publishing (1995),
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