Nova Scotia Clippers

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Nova Scotia Clippers
Full name Nova Scotia Clippers
Nickname(s) Clippers
Founded 1991
Dissolved 1991
Ground Beazley Field
Chairman Stan Brechin
Head Coach Gordon Hill
League Canadian Soccer League
1991 6th

The Nova Scotia Clippers were a short-lived franchise in the old Canadian Soccer League. The Clippers record for the 1991 season (their one and only in the league) was 7 wins, 7 ties, and 14 losses for 28 points. The team lost in the quarterfinals of the cup play-offs by losing two games, home and away, to North York.

The team played their home games at Beazley Field in Dartmouth. Their head coach and General Manager was Gordon Hill, who also played forward. The team had two assistant coaches, Mickey Lyons former captain at Everton and Dwight Hornibrook who had coached the Winnipeg Fury the previous season was added as a player/assistant coach mid season. Dwight played as a central midfield player. Their assistant manager was Ashley Phillips.[citation needed]


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 MF Jamie Pollock
3 Canada DF Neil Sedgwick [1]
4 Canada DF Dino Lopez
5 DF Murray David
6 MF Robbie Cleugh
7 MF Lee Sullivan
8 MF Dwight Hornibrook
9 FW Dennis Larsen
10 FW George Kyreakakos
11 Canada DF Tom Kouzmanis
12 DF Philip Ruiz
No. Position Player
14 MF Dana Peoples
15 DF Jeff Kelleher
16 MF Stewart Galloway [2]
17 Canada MF Pat Sullivan
18 FW Peter MacIntosh
19 MF Nick Papadapoulos
20 England FW Gordon Hill
21 Canada MF Lewis Page [3]
22 GK Shel Brodsgaard
23 FW Hunter Madeley
Canada MF Tony Pignatiello (traded to Hamilton)
Canada Kevin Wasden [4]


  1. ^ "Canadian Senior Club Soccer Champiohship 2000". Retrieved 2009-06-28. 
  2. ^ "Stewart Galloway". Saint Mary's University. Retrieved 2017-06-02. 
  3. ^ "CSA Bio". Retrieved 2017-06-02. 
  4. ^ "North Island athlete killed in car accident". North Island Gazette. 29 January 1992. Retrieved 10 June 2011.