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Mary Hinan-Grose

Mary Hinan-Grose

The Peterborough Sports Community has clearly been the beneficiary of many years of hard work and dedication by Mary Hinan. Mary played in the Women’s City Softball League for 14 years, winning the championship four times. She also organized, coached and served as Convener in the Community Church Softball League for several years. Nevertheless, it […]

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Neil Harrison

Neil Harrison

A love for the sport of curling was instilled in Neil by his father Burritt Harrison who was a member of the Peterborough team that competed in the 1952 Brier. Over the years Neil amassed a very impressive list of curling achievements. In 1972 and 1987 Neil’s team placed second in the Ontario Championships. His […]

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Dr. J. Ralph Clark

Dr. J. Ralph Clark

Ralph Clark was born at Pontypool, ON, but moved to Peterborough at age seven and in his early years was a standout baseball player. In 1929, he was a member of the Ontario champion Peterborough bantam team. A year later, he moved up to juvenile and was again on a provincial winning team. It was […]

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Joan (Dunk) Smith

Joan (Dunk) Smith

Pick a sport, any sport, and Joan (Dunk) Smith has either played it or knows something about it. She is the prototype all-round athlete. Joan has played (and well) basketball, bowling, hockey, badminton, tennis, curling, softball, golf, swimming, track and field, ice and roller skating, and other sports. She even played on an all-girl lacrosse […]

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Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Isabel Henderson was a gifted athlete who excelled in many sports - softball, basketball, golf, curling, skiing and bowling.  Her talent and tenacity made her a quality player in all of them.  During the 1940s when softball was popular among women, Isabel was one of the best pitchers in Ontario, first with Westclox Ladies, then playing at […]

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Jean Castle

Jean Castle

Jean Castle excelled in four sports — basketball, curling, golf and softball — during a lengthy athletic career. She was an all-star in basketball, playing on city championship teams, and was a key player of the Towne Togs provincial championship team in 1949. She also coached junior teams to championships from 1947 to 1950. Jean […]

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