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Earl of Lewes      

Full name Reginald William Bransby Nevill

Born March 4, 1853

Died October 13, 1927, Cheadle Royal, Cheshire, (aged 74 years 223 days)

Major teams I Zingari

Also known as Lord Abergavenny

Playing role Middle-order batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Education Eton College

Relation Brother - Lord Henry Nevill

Profile

A member of the famous Nevill family who played such a dominant role in English history, he was unmarried and, an invalid for much of his adult life, remained unmarried and left the duties of his title to his younger brother. He appeared for I Zingari against Lord Henry Nevill's (his brother) XI at Lord's in 1879. Both Nevills were making their only first-class outings.
Martin Williamson

Notes

He was known as Earl of Lewes as the eldest son of the 1st Marquess of Abergavenny. He succeeded as 2nd Marquess of Abergavenny in December 1915

Country Fixtures Country Results
Durham v Hampshire at Chester-le-Street - Sep 1-3
Hampshire won by 7 wickets
Essex v Northants at Chelmsford - Sep 1-4
Essex 360 & 55/1 (24.1 ov) Northants 275
Kent v Lancashire at Canterbury - Sep 1-4
Kent 570/8d Lancashire 259 & 47/2 (15.4 ov) (f/o)
Leics v Gloucs at Leicester - Sep 1-4
Leics 415 Gloucs 249/8 (86.4 ov)
Surrey v Derbyshire at The Oval - Sep 1-4
Derbyshire 313 Surrey 560 (158.3 ov)
Warwickshire v Middlesex at Birmingham - Sep 1-4
Middlesex 207 Warwickshire 224/8 (82 ov)
Worcs v Sussex at Worcester - Sep 1-4
Worcs 210 & 59/3 (26 ov) Sussex 510/5d
Yorkshire v Somerset at Leeds - Sep 1-3
Yorkshire won by an innings and 126 runs
1st ODI: England v Australia at Southampton - Sep 3
Australia 305/6 England 24/0 (3.2/50 ov)
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