Fred Turnell was the landlord in the 1940s, being followed by Jeff Tite in 1953.
The Baptist Chapel is below the pub; and beyond that (before Saul) used to be a haberdashery (Mrs Burrows); then for a short while a fish & chip shop. The house on the east corner of Yew Tree Lane was a bakery and grocer's shop, until the 1920s, run by Thomas Turner and his wife Agnes.
A 4-wheel contraption (velocipede) made by Peter Saul (on the left) with his uncle Ted Mitchley, passing Gordon Sharp, taking a census on the Welford Road by the bridge close to the Boughton cold store
Before the Second World War, the team played in one of Charles Gilby's fields (below Yew Tree Lane), whereas after the War, they met in a field adjacent to the rear of the Brixworth Road cemetery.
Back: Billy Leeson, Bill Sharp, Jack Riddle, Peggy Martin, Tom Buckby, Les Crane, Ron Bounds
Front: Tom Cooper, Jack Austin, George Wogan, Bob Wykes, Joe Billing
Records of a cricket team go back to the 1860s, reference 'Mercury' articles of 7 October 1843 (beat Creaton at the return match), 12 October 1844 (lost at home to Welford), 13 August 1864 (beat Great Creaton), 3 June 1865 (lost to Scaldwell) and 23 August 1879.