Australian cricket playerDied when: 66 years 262 days (800 months)
Star Sign: Pisces
Lisle Ernest Nagel (born 6 March 1905, Bendigo, Victoria — died 23 November 1971, Mornington, Victoria) was an Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1932.
A tall right-arm fast bowler, Nagel played one match for Victoria in 1927–28, then played regularly between 1930–31 and 1933–34.
He took 19 wickets at 25.05 in the 1931–32 season, including 6 for 35 against South Australia.He was selected for an Australian XI that played the MCC in Melbourne in November 1932, and took 8 for 32 in the second innings to dismiss the MCC for 60.
He played in the First Test that followed shortly afterwards, and took two wickets, but was left out of the Second Test.
He toured India and Ceylon with Frank Tarrant's Australian team in 1935–36.His twin brother, Vernon, also played first-class cricket for Victoria.