Manor Fields is a cricket ground in Bletchley
. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1973, when Young England
women played International XI women in the grounds only Women's One Day International.In 1975 the ground held its only Second XI Championship fixture when the Northamptonshire
Second XI played the Lancashire
Second XI. In 1976, the ground held its first List-A match.
Northamptonshire first played first-class cricket at the ground in 1980 when it played the touring West Indians. The ground held 2 further first-class matches, the first in 1984 which was a repeat of the 1980 fixture and the last of which saw Northamptonshire play the touring Pakistanis in 1987.
In 1986, Buckinghamshire played their first Minor Counties Championship fixture on the ground against the Somerset
Second XI. They returned in 1988 to play their last Minor Counties Championship match at the ground to date, which came against Wales
Minor Counties.In local domestic cricket, the ground is the home venue of Bletchley Town Cricket Club.