The Enfield Legionnaires were a dominant team in the Halifax Suburban Baseball League during the 1960s. Fielding a lineup full of East Hants talent, the team would go on to win the championship 6 of the final 7 years of the league’s existence (1963-69). Playing their games at the Enfield legion, the aptly named Legionnaires drew large crowds, particularly versus their perennial rivals from Sackville and Bedford. In 1968 after winning their 3rd consecutive championship, the Mail Star newspaper reported that the Legionnaires had made history being the only team to win three consecutive championships since the league was created in 1936. The core group of the Legionnaires were: manager/coach, Jack Garden; catcher, Ron Smith; centre fielder, Corky Mason; shortstop, Lornie Miller; first baseman, Terry Horne; and pitchers, Butch Horne, Jim Thomson, and Gerry Boyd. Other players over the years were: ‘Duckie’ Hinch; Wally Shaw; Graham Isenor; Ralph Hart; Clyde Demone; Gerald MacKenzie; Chuck Rennison; Johnny Wentworth; Terry Phalen; Sean Boyd; Murray Farnell; Gary Miller; Doug Hanna; Gerry MacDonnell; Andy Wilson; Hughie Isenor; Gerrard Garden; Bobby Burchell; and Danny MacDonnell.