• Robert J. “Bobby” Reid

    From 1914 to 1926, Bobby Reid played soccer with the Saskatoon Thistles, the CNR Soccer club, and the Fifth Battalion Soccer Club. An all-round athlete, Mr. Reid boxed for and was also the physical instructor for the 96th Highlanders. His Read more →

  • Dave Pyle

    In 1950, Dave started out on a coaching career, which was to span three decades and see him become one of the most successful wrestling coaches in the country. Starting in 1952, Dave Pyle coached numerous provincial teams in national Read more →

  • Thomson Annie

    Annie (Fraser) Thomson

    Annie Thomson won seven provincial open championships in ladies’ singles; six in ladies’ doubles; and six in mixed doubles events. Annie won western Canadian titles in singles and doubles events, and was a semi-finalist in the Canadian Senior Ladies Doubles. Read more →

  • Norman “Norm” Sheldon

    Following an outstanding junior career in the sport of soccer in Scotland, Norman Sheldon came to Prince Albert in 1906.  Sheldon’s Saskatchewan soccer career spanned 23 years. It was in this community where he played continuously until 1929.  During that Read more →

  • Melville Tom

    Tom “Scotty” Melville

    Tom Melville’s involvement with amateur sports spans five decades and numerous sports. Melville has played a major role in many sports: as the secretary-manager of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association for 16 years; as an ardent booster of amateur baseball; Read more →

  • Black Jean

    Jean Black

    Born in Armdale, Scotland in 1912, Jean Black arrived in Canada in 1947 and moved to Regina in 1964. Jean’s contribution to lawn bowling is evident not only by her expertise on the greens, but also by the growth of Read more →

  • Ross Tom

    Tom Ross

    Tom Ross began golfing at an early age and by the age of 17 was a formidable competitor. Tom arrived in Canada in 1924, and by 1926 he was the club professional at the Wascana Golf Club in Regina. He Read more →