April 17, 2014
Entry #: 4121238
|Class of 2007 - Fred Martin - Builder (Hantsport) |
Martin skipped the Hantsport Shamrocks to five procincial championships, two Atlantic titles and the first three NSIBL titles before moving on to coach Senior ball. Martin was instrumental in building the championship club and motivating his players to work as a team.
Class of 2007 - Ray Hupman - Builder (Weymouth)
Hupman was instrumental in starting the NSIBL and was a key organizer for the Weymouth Firebirds. Along with coach Rod LeFort, Hupman helped to build a very talented Weymouth team that was widely respected by all teams in the NSIBL. Hupman was also a coach in the Weymouth minor system and helped to build the talented core of players that became the Firebirds.
Class of 2007 - Carl McIsaac - Player (Maccan)
McIssaac was perhaps the most respected player in the NSIBL. An extremely talented hitter and pitcher, McIsaac was an all star performer for the Maccan Royals, a team that boasted one of the most talented and fearsome lineups in the NSIBL. Always with a smile on his face after the games - and even during the games - McIssac always finished at the top of the League in hitting, runs batted in and innings logged on the hill.
Class 2007 - Pat "Patty" MacIntyre – Player (Port Hawkesbury)
MacIntyre will always be considered one of the best "big game" pitchers in the NSIBL. The Port Hawkesbury Bucs' ace logged massive amounts of innings and used his guile and skill to pitch the Cape Breton club to many wins. MacIntyre helped his team to numerous provincial titles, as well as joining both Hantsport and Pictou County in Atlantic championship play. Pat was also a Senior pitcher in Truro, where he also logged many innings of work.