Wayne Gullett

Wayne Gullett played shortstop & second base with Riverside Canucks from 1979-96 in the M.S.B.L., in 1981 he played with Team Manitoba at Thunder Bay in the Canada Summer Games. In 1982 Riverside won the M.S.B.L. with Wayne as play-off M.V.P. Gullett was also an 1984 M.S.B.L. all star, Tournament of Champions MVP at Boissevain and in the 1985 M.S.B.L. his all star team won gold at Westerns in Surrey, BC & bronze medals in Kentville N.S. at the nationals. Gullett was the 1988 M.V.P at Tournament of Champions in Belmont and in 1995 he recieved the Cliff Seafoot Memorial Award for sportsmanship. He had ability & devotion, was a very successful coach with Wawanesa Brewers who are 3 time Border West League champs & 4 time South West league winners in 9 years. Gullett is a great volunteer in the community & provincial tournaments. He has also been an excellent Hockey Manitoba Referee for over 36 years.

Alex Campbell

Alex Campbell played minor baseball at Strathclair and coached in Brandon Minor Baseball Association for 15 years. He represented Brandon & Manitoba five times; from 1980-82 in the Little League Western Canadians, in the 1983 Pee Wee AAA, the 1985 Bantam AAA, and the 1986 Midget AAA. Campbell served on the Brandon Minor Baseball Executive for 15 years (3 as President) and was considered a major individual to bring to the World Youth Baseball Championships in Brandon in 1991 & 1994, also the Canadian Youth Championship in 1989. Canada won gold medal in 1991. He received an MBA Honour Society Award (1998), Volunteer of the Year (1991), Sport Manitoba Volunteer Services Award (2009) and is Chairperson of Andrews Field Management Group.