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Former England Cricketer David Capel dies at 57

Former England cricketer and all-rounder David Capel passed away at the age of 57. He died due to prolonged illness. In 2018, Capel was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He had played 15 Test matches and 23 one day internationals between 1987 and 1990. David Capel made his Test debut against Pakistan in 1987 and scored a half-century. Northamptonshire Cricket Club announced former England cricketer‘s death on their Twitter handle.

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