Cricket matches against local opposition were a regular feature at Fulmer and at one time Fulmer had its own cricket pitch in the field at the bottom of the site below where the new canteen was built.  The pitch was officially opened on May 17th 1952.

Taken at the opening of the Cricket pitch (Z343) – Mr L Green, Mr G J Metcalfe, Mr M H Davies, Colonel Devereux, Mr T J Heal


Fulmer Cricket Team 1960, l-r Ben Hatt, John West, Willie Warr, GI Williams, ?, Denny Ashby,
John Wardill, Pete Stevens, ?, ? and Alan Phillips (son of the gardener)


Fulmer Cricket Team 1976, l-r ?, Colin Hayman, George Cox, Denny Ashby, Duncan Stewart,
Pete Stevens, Tony Bowry,?, Jack Sorby, Graham Sanderson, ?, WE Duckworth and Richard Figg

Richard Figg (Sue Figg’s father) often umpired when Fulmer played Martin Baker’s (where Richard Figg worked) at their ground in Denham, but the ground at Stoke Poges Cricket Club is the likely location.  Barry Bines was the regular scorer at these fixtures. The date of the above photograph is  uncertain.

The Cricket pitch was lost when the solar house was constructed on it.