Nigel Capel-Cure

George Nigel Capel-Cure (September 28, 1908August 8, 2004) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and leg-break bowler who played for Essex during the 1929 season. He was born in Kensington and died in Harlow.

Capel-Cure played just one game for the team, in the 1929 season, as part of a tour of the country by Cambridge University. Capel-Cure was trapped leg-before wicket in his first innings for a duck, and scored just six runs in the second innings of a drawn match.

Capel-Cure's brother-in-law was Gerald Barry, who played one first-class match for the Combined Services in 1922.

Capel-Cure was a landowner in Shropshire and Essex. He was High Sheriff of Essex in 1951-52 and deputy lord-lieutenant of the county from 1958 to 1978. He lived at Blake Hall, near Ongar.

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