Full name Geoffrey Bourke Cuthbertson
Born March 23, 1901, Hampstead, London
Died August 9, 1993, Lingfield Lodge, Surrey (aged 92 years 139 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Sussex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Malvern; Cambridge University
Relation Brother - EH Cuthbertson
|First-class span||1920 - 1938|
Geoffrey Bourke Cuthbertson, who died on August 9, 1993, aged 92, was captain of Northamptonshire in 1936 and 1937, two of the desperate seasons during the county's four-year sequence without a win. He played 43 matches for the county, of which none were won and 27 lost. Not surprisingly, he was remembered by team-mates as a genial optimist, as well as a bold batsman. Earlier, he had been a member of the Malvern XI, played for Cambridge (though he failed to get a Blue), Sussex (once) and Middlesex. When he died he was joint-senior member of MCC, having been elected in 1919.
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