Bill Halpenny
Track and Field Inducted: July 12, 1970 "PEI’s 1st Olympian - the legendary Bill Halpenny, Stockholm 1912" [Find out more]
Harry Harley
Track and Field Inducted: June 03, 1984 "One of PEI's most capable and endearing track and field performers" [Find out more]
Brian Lewis
Baseball Inducted: June 13, 1999 "Brian Lewis was one of the finest baseball players ever to come from Prince Edward Island" [Find out more]
John "Whackey" McEachern
All-Round Athlete Inducted: July 13, 1969 "One of the finest all-round athletes to ever come from Prince Edward Island" [Find out more]
Wally Hennessey
Harness Racing Inducted: September 02, 2006 "One of North America's best-ever drivers with over 9000 career wins" [Find out more]
George "Budge" Byers
Boxing Inducted: September 15, 2007 "Byers punched it out with the very best boxers of his era" [Find out more]
Sheila MacQuarrie
Rifle Shooting Inducted: September 27, 2013 "A renowned Island athlete in the sport of shooting, and a pioneer in the promotion of the sport for girls and women." [Find out more]
Hubert “Sock” MacDonald
Softball Inducted: September 27, 2013 "Arguably the province’s finest all around fast pitch player, and a prominent name in Island football." [Find out more]
Lisa Devine
Racquetball Inducted: October 02, 2015 "One of the finest young female athletes this province has ever produced" [Find out more]
Kenneth "Trixie" Dunn
Baseball Inducted: November 24, 2017 "An outstanding community builder who loved and saw the true value of sport" [Find out more]
1964/65 Saint Dunstan's Saints
Hockey Inducted: November 24, 2017 "The first hockey team ever from PEI to win a national medal" [Find out more]
Kim Dolan
Curling Inducted: November 24, 2017 "PEI's most successful female senior curler" [Find out more]

Call For 2018 Inductees


The PEI Sports Hall of Fame has put out the call for nominees for induction in 2018. The Hall has scheduled an earlier induction for this year, so the nomination deadline will be March 31. Full details are available on the Nomination Form Hall of Fame ... [more>>]

“Mr Soccer” Tom Wallis Passes Away


The PEI Sports Hall of Fame was saddened to hear of the passing of Tom Wallis just before Christmas, who at 93 was the oldest living member of the Hall (that honour now belongs to Walter “Windy” LePage). Tom was an outstanding builder of soccer ... [more>>]

2017 Inductions A Great Success


An almost full house capacity crowd was on hand at the Rodd Royalty in Charlottetown to witness the induction of 4 new members into the PEI Sports Hall Of Fame:- Kim Dolan (athlete, curling); Debbie MacMurdo (builder, figure skating); Ken “Trixie’ ... [more>>]