Vicki Appleton

Born in Peterborough, Vicki established herself as an elite golfer at a very young age. At 15 she was the 1988 Peterborough Golf & Country Club Champion. She represented the PG&CC at the Peterborough City and District Tournament five times. She was the recipient of the prestigious Marlene Stewart Streit Award in 1990. Vicki entered…

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Reg Millage

Reg excelled at many sports – lacrosse, curling, fastball, hockey, racquetball, wheelchair basketball, sledge hockey and golf. He was MVP three times in fastball, and four times in High School curling, winning COSSA in 1995. Reg was a four-time provincial lacrosse champion and was named Best High School Lacrosse Goalie. Reg played wheelchair basketball for…

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Tim McCutcheon

There isn’t much in the golf world Tim McCutcheon hasn’t done. A Peterborough native, he started playing at the age of 11 at the Peterborough Golf & Country Club. In the 1960s and 70s he was the Bantam and Juvenile Ontario Champion; Ontario Williamson Cup Team Champion; Ontario Team RCGA Junior Team Champion; OGA Champion…

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William Randolph (Randy) Millage

Randy Millage turned his passion for golf into a long-term commitment to help the development of junior golf programs in the city and across Canada. In the 1980s he started a junior program at Tamarac Golf & Country Club, joined the Optimist golf program and became junior convener at PGCC. There is no single individual…

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John Percy R. Bond

A native of Cobourg, Percy came to the city in 1910. He was prominent in local business and sporting circles. He played defence for the local Intermediate and Senior OHA teams. He became actively associated with the executive of the Peterborough Hockey Club including the 1926 OHA Senior Champions. From 1917-1922 he was an OHA…

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Robert (Bob) Armstrong

Bob Armstrong

Bob Armstrong was born in 1931 in Toronto. He made his mark with the Stratford Junior Kroehlers hockey team where he played from 1948 to 1951. In the fall of 1951, Bob made the Boston Bruins of the NHL and went on to play 584 regular season and playoff games over the next 11 seasons.…

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Roger Self


Roger Self carved out a long and unmatched career at the Kawartha Golf & Country Club. Known for his dedication, discipline and sharp play around the greens, Roger has been a dominant golfer at Kawartha and in the district. He won the Kawartha Club championship a record seven times, in 1980, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986,…

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James K. (Jim) Orr

Jim Orr

Jim Orr made impressive contributions to sport at the local, provincial, national and international levels. In hockey, his greatest contributions were as a referee for 18 years, seven in the OHA. As the first Referee-In-Chief and Technical Director of the Canadian Oldtimers’ Hockey Association he worked with the organizing committees across Canada and as far…

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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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Russell F. Kitchen

Russell Kitchen

A talented athlete, Russ was a sport standout over a 20-year span in Peterborough. Born at Owen Sound, he moved to this city in 1929, primarily to play baseball. That year, he pitched the Junior Petes to an Ontario Junior Championship and for the next 10 seasons he was a premier pitcher in the Central…

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Fraser E. Dunfield

Fraser Dunfield

Born in Toronto, Fraser Dunfield was a big winner before moving here in 1936. As a high school student he was the city champion in hurdles, swimming, softball and hockey, and runner-up in the 100-yard dash. He played a great game of golf, too, winning the junior title at Humber Valley in 1932. Two years…

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John W. Kindred

John was born and spent his formative years in Peterborough, until a golf scholarship took him to Florida at age 19. From age 13, he was successful in junior and men’s events at all levels. He was a member of the Ontario Junior Team for six seasons and as an amateur won many competitions, including…

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C. R. (Chal) Graham

A Lindsay native with exceptional golfing abilities, Chal Graham moved to the city in 1961. In early years, Chal played many sports but it was golf that manifested the main interest. He started caddying at a young age, earning $0.25 a round, and the club pro let caddies play free, a key factor in his…

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J. T. (Joe) Stewart

Joe Stewart was a Peterborough native who excelled in many sports, a ‘team player’ with initiative and versatility as his participation in numerous sports at championship level indicates. If there was need for a team, or a league, Joe was often the one who made it all happen. He played on Ontario and Canadian championship…

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A. L. (Lex) Robson

This Scottish-born golfer left his imprint in Canadian golfing history, and also on the Peterborough sports community. Many local golfers owe their early knowledge of how to play the game to Lex Robson. He was Canadian Match Play champion and winner of the Millar Trophy on six occasions during the 1930s — 1931, 1932, 1934,…

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Ira Dundas

When lacrosse is discussed among old-timers, the name of Ira Dundas immediately comes to mind. He helped start the Auburn Box Lacrosse Club and starred for many years. He was all-around athlete, a standout in many sports. Ira was a member of the Ontario Sr. B lacrosse teams from 1938 through 1947, a star player…

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Barbara (Siddall) Robertson

Barbara Robertson has been a model of excellence and consistency during her outstanding golfing career for more than 59 years. A diminutive golfer, Barbara was Ladies Club Champion at the Kawartha Golf & Country Club 13 times, beginning in 1952. She was the Kawartha Business Girls champion nine times, first in 1950, with a remarkable…

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Barbara (Blade) Williamson

Barbara Williamson had a long and successful sports tenure in Peterborough interrupted for a few years in the late 1930s and early 40s when her family lived in Ottawa. Her greatest recognition came from the game of golf, but she was also an above-average athlete in softball, basketball and curling. A team called Choates and…

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R. F. (Bob) Jamieson

Born in Bowmanville, Bob Jamieson came to Peterborough at age five and became an outstanding athlete in two sports – golf and hockey. He took up hockey at age 11 and played all of his minor game here, first with the Jr. B’s, and at age 17 moved up to play four seasons with the…

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Joan (Dunk) Smith

Joan 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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