Category: Lacrosse Alumni

Barb Boyes – Profile

Barb Boyes’ contribution to Women’s Field Lacrosse in Ontario and Canada goes back to her representing Canada in the first Women’s World Field Lacrosse Championship in 1982. She is the Founder and Executive Director of the renowned Oshawa Lady Blue Knights Field Lacrosse Program since 2000. Through her programs, Barb Boyes has been responsible for dozens of Canadian girls playing NCAA and OUA lacrosse.

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James Richard “Pee Wee” Bradshaw

He was a star shining brilliantly in the world of box lacrosse. Then, in one tragic moment in 1959, that brilliance was snuffed out. Jim “Peewee” Bradshaw was returned to Victoria from a May game in Nanaimo, asleep on the back seat of a car driven by a Shamrocks teammate, when the vehicle suddenly careered off the Malahat Highway. Peewee was killed.

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Royal City Regal Trio

Royal City Regal Trio – One was blonde and cocky, another was dark and nimble, while the third quietly went about becoming one of the greatest players in box lacrosse history. All quite different, proving the theory that opposites can attract. They began as the Newton Nuts and matured into adulthood as the Regal Trio of the New Westminster Salmonbellies.

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John Ferguson

He was a man of intense spirit, always seeking to lift himself to greater heights of achievement. The competitive fire that blazed within John Ferguson’s heart spiralled him high into the stratosphere of the Canadian sporting scene during the past 45 years — hockey, lacrosse, horse racing, he excelled at them all. Not bad for a poor little kid from Vancouver’s tough East End.

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