Bill Clarke

Inducted in 1996

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Amateur Team: Regina Dales

Bill Clarke, a native of Regina, played his amateur football in the city before moving up to the local professional team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He became one of the longest serving members of the Squad, playing 14 years for the green and white.

       Clarke played offensive and defensive tackle and for eight seasons he was the defensive captain, after an all-star season in 1961, he suffered a knee injury which required surgery, but was back to winning form in 1963. That year the Riders’ defense went five games without yielding a touchdown.

       The Saskatchewan Roughriders honoured Clarke’s dedication with a life membership in the Club in 1963. He was inducted to the Plaza of Honour in 1979. Bill Clarke is an honoured member of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.


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Amateur Team: Regina Dales



Playing Career
Saskatchewan Roughriders
1951 - 1964

Awards/Honours

—All-Western Defensive Tackle
1986, 1963

—Stack Tibbits Trophy
1959, 1961

—Grey Cup Particiption
1951


Class of 1996
—Al Benecick
—Jerry "Soupy" Campbell
—Bill Clarke
—Dan Kepley
—Frank M. Gibson