• 1928 Regina Pats Rugby Football Team

    Accomplishments: Dominion (Canadian) Junior Rugby Football Champions 1928. For the young athletes and staff of the Regina Pats Junior Football club, the 1928 season proved to be quite a challenge, both on and off the field.  To Al Ritchie, mentor Read more →

  • Dick Irvin

    Dickinson “Dick” Irvin Sr.

    Dickinsn “Dick” Irvin played the game of hockey with such style and power that sports writers praised him as the “World’s Greatest Amateur Hockey Player”.   As an amateur he played with the Winnipeg Monarchs and the Strathconas, the Regina Victorias Read more →

  • 1941 Saskatoon Gun Club Trapshooting Team

    Accomplishments: Dominion (Canadian) Trapshooting Champions, 1941. The Saskatchewan Gun Club Trapshooting team was made up of four members from the successful 1939 Saskatchewan Gun Club Trapshooting team that won the Dominion Canadian Trapshooting Team Championship. Joining Jack Evans, Paul Schwager, Read more →

  • 1939 Saskatoon Gun Club Trapshooting Team

    Accomplishments: Dominion (Canadian) Trapshooting Champions, 1939. The Saskatchewan Gun Club Trapshooting team won the Dominion Canadian Trapshooting Team Championship in 1939 scoring a 488/500. Installed into the Hall of Fame March 30, 1974. Left to Right: Jim Girgulis, Jack Evans, Read more →

  • 1967 Saskatoon Ladies’ Five-Pin Bowling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Ladies’ Five-Pin Bowling Champions, 1967. In 1967 the Saskatoon Ladies Bowling Team won the Canadian Ladies Team Championship. Held in Winnipeg, the team score for 10 games was 12985, a record that has never been surpassed by any Read more →

  • 1963 Saskatoon Aces Women’s Basketball Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Women’s Basketball Champions, 1963. In 1963 the Aces once again dominated the Saskatchewan league. Led by coach, Bob Stayner the team advanced on to the Canadian Women’s Basketball championships held in Kelowna. The double knockout tournament consisted of Read more →

  • Earl “Tommy” Thomson

    Earl Thomson was regarded as one of the finest hurdlers in North America. Internationally he had twice set world records with 110 metre hurdles in 1915 and 1919. Earl qualified for the 110 metre hurdles and long jump in the Read more →

  • Eleanor (Haslam) Jensen

    Eleanor Haslam, a track and field star from Saskatoon, was generally recognized as Canada’s best female sprinter from 1956-60. During these years she dominated national championships and international games trials. In 1956, at the age of seventeen, she represented Canada Read more →

  • John Hayes

    John Hayes

    John came to Canada in 1929 at the age of 16. He played with the Saskatoon Sons of England (junior) team until 1932 and thereafter with the Thistles (senior) and various other Saskatoon clubs until 1959. John was primarily a Read more →

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    Rollin “Roly” Howes

    Roly Howes is best known for his community service and his contributions to the development of amateur sport in Saskatchewan. He has served as president of a number of community and sport organizations. Roly was an avid supporter of the Read more →

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    Frederick “Fred” Wilson

    Having spent his early years in Balgonie, Saskatchewan, Frederick “Fred” Wilson began his outstanding athletic career in Regina in 1908.  He joined the Regina Rugby Club in 1913 (the year they won the Western Canada Football Championship) and over the Read more →

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    Pat Fletcher

    Pat Fletcher achieved his greatest competitive fame while playing out of the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club as a Club Professional from 1946 to 1955. He is best known for his 1954 Canadian Open at the Vancouver Point Grey Golf Read more →