|Born||22 April 1978
Nathan Tennyson Adcock (born 22 April 1978 in Campbelltown) is a former Australian cricketer who played for the Southern Redbacks. He attended St. Peter's College, an all-boys high school in Adelaide.
On 28 August 2007 Adcock was surprisingly named captain of the Southern Redbacks for the 2007–08 domestic season, despite not previously being regarded as a player certain of a spot in the team. After an unsuccessful beginning to the season he was replaced by Graham Manou, and hasn't played for the Redbacks in any form since the beginning of 2008. He was delisted shortly thereafter.
A commercial lawyer, he later became a partner at Lynch Meyer and sat on the Board of the South Australian Cricket Association.
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