Athlete / Builder

Robert C. (Bob) Allen

As a multisport athlete, Bob Allen’s extensive career involved a number of sports including hockey, football, softball, and tug-of-war. Bob played minor hockey in Douro and Warsaw where he captained the Warsaw Redmen to two Juvenile “D” OMHA Championships (57/58) and won two Junior “D” OMHA titles (59/60).  He played with the Warsaw Intermediates in…

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Rose Powers

Growing up in a Peterborough sporting family, Rose took up many sports:  lacrosse, rugby, slo-pitch, ball hockey and ice hockey.  While she achieved success in other sports, it was hockey where she made her mark.  Rose has been an integral part of the Peterborough Girls Hockey Association from the very beginning, as a player in…

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Edward (Eddie) Redmond

Eddie Redmond was born in Cobalt, Ontario in 1923. Along with his wife May and sons Mick and Dick, he moved to Peterborough in 1953 to become the playing coach for the Senior Petes Hockey Club. This was on the heels of a 7 year professional career that included stops in San Francisco, Philadelphia, Fresno,…

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R.B. Jamie Batley

Peterborough born, Jamie Batley was an all-round good athlete, excelling in every sport that he played. He played football, basketball, and lacrosse at Kenner Collegiate, winning several COSSA lacrosse titles. He played all-star hockey from pee-wee to major midget; was drafted by the Sault Greyhounds and played a few games with the Peterborough Petes. It…

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Henry Calcutt

Henry Calcutt was involved in virtually every Peterborough sporting activity in the last half of the 19th century. He was a prominent local cricketeer in the 1860’s who believed in “the intrinsic value of sports in character building”. He was president of the Peterborough Turf Club in 1863 and Peterborough Baseball Club in 1885; first…

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Gary (Diller) Dalliday

Gary Dalliday

Gary has been a fixture in the Peterborough sporting scene for 50 plus years. His career as a Sports Broadcaster began in 1975 at CHEX radio/television. Local sports were his priority and his coverage of sporting events endeared him to participants and fans. He was the on-air voice of lacrosse here for years. The highlight…

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Carol (Eastmure) Love

Carol Love

Carol Love has dedicated her life to rowing, as athlete, coach and developer of the sport in the Peterborough area. Beginning her rowing career at McMaster University in 1971, Carol was a member of the 1976 Canadian Women’s Eight at the Montreal Olympics. The team placed fourth in the first Olympics for female rowers. Carol…

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William Patrick (Pat) Calladine

Born in England in 1909, William Patrick (Pat) Calladine moved to Peterborough in 1913. He distinguished himself as an athlete, a manager and a tireless organizer for various sports in the City of Peterborough. For his whole life since a boy, he was active in sports, playing hockey with the junior Petes and then with…

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