Ian Fullerton, Date of Birth, Place of Birth


Ian Fullerton

South African cricketer

Date of Birth: 24-Sep-1935

Place of Birth: Kensington, Gauteng, Gauteng, South Africa

Profession: cricketer

Nationality: South Africa

Zodiac Sign: Libra

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About Ian Fullerton

  • Ian Ramsay Fullerton (born 24 September 1935, Kensington, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa) is a former cricketer who played first-class cricket in South Africa from 1958 to 1965. Fullerton made his first-class debut for Transvaal in 1958-59 as an opening or number-three batsman, and played five matches over the next three seasons with moderate success.
  • He toured England in 1961 with the South African Fezela XI of promising young players, scoring his first century, 103, in the innings victory over Combined Services.He opened the batting for a South African Colts XI against the touring New Zealanders in 1961-62, top-scoring with 35 in the second innings.
  • He was Transvaal's leading scorer in the 1962-63 Currie Cup, with 502 runs at an average of 45.63.
  • He made his highest score, 145, in the innings victory over Western Province, adding 207 for the second wicket with Peter Carlstein.He scored 425 runs at 38.63 in the 1963-64 season, with two centuries.
  • In 1964-65 he played in a trial match before the series against the touring English team, but made a pair.
  • He did better a few weeks later in two matches against the tourists: 10 and 32 for a South African Colts XI and 17 and 92 for Transvaal.
  • However, after that he played only two more first-class matches, in 1965-66.

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