Little Britain Jets Intermediate C Hockey Team
One of the most talented and accomplished sports teams ever to emerge from the City of Kawartha Lakes, the Little Britain Jets were the only intermediate hockey team ever to win three consecutive Ontario championships. From 1967 to 1970, the team was truly representative of the area, featuring players from Little Britain, Bobcaygeon, Lindsay, Omemee, Oakwood and Fenelon Falls. Many players went on to distinguish themselves at other levels of competition, including Ontario Junior A and the American Hockey League. Players have continued to make contributions to their respective communities via coaching or managing hockey and baseball through the years. Through its glory years, the team brought excitement and pride to the Little Britain and surrounding area for one and all. Team members: Randy Reid, Wayne Milburn, Fred Larocque, Bob Growden, Alvin Drinkwalter, Ray McCabe, George Kemp, Ken Griffin, John Nicholls, Rick Purdy, Ron Jenkins, Ron Jewell, Don Kelly, Tom Thomson, Gord McMillan, Jim Herr, Roger Collins, Len Grills, Ted Hallett, Dave Nicholls, Alex Pearson, Murray Nugent, Ken Roberts, Vaughn Cunningham, Gary Marquis, Clare Jenkins, Joe Jenkins, Kelly Doyle, Bruce Fairman, Ed Starr.