Hall of Fame

LogoIn 2013, the Bell Warriors Football Club, introduced a Bell Warriors Hall of Fame in our Club’s 58th year of proudly providing local youth football programs.

To qualify for induction, nominees must have:

  • shown a commitment to the Warrior Legacy
  • worked to grow the sport of football in our community
  • given selflessly as a player and/or dedicated volunteer to the Warriors
  • exemplified the values of pride, sportsmanship and respect

Bell Warriors Football Club – Hall of Fame Inductees

2015 – Wayne Chorney (Coach, Warrior VP, NCAFA President)

Wayne Chorney - 2015 Bell Warriors Hall of Fame Inductee

Wayne Chorney – 2015 Bell Warriors Hall of Fame Inductee

2014 – Justin Phillips (Player)

Justin Phillips (Warrior Alumni, 2x Warrior Scholarship Winner, 9 year CFL veteran, Inaugural Ottawa REDBLACKS Team Captain) receives his Bell Warriors Hall of Fame plaque from City of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, City Councillors Rick Chiarelli and Shad Quadri and an armful of excited Warrior Players & Warriors Executive and guests.

Justin Phillips (Warrior Alumni, 2x Warrior Scholarship Winner, 9 year CFL veteran, Inaugural Ottawa REDBLACKS Team Captain) receives his Bell Warriors Hall of Fame plaque from City of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, City Councillors Rick Chiarelli and Shad Qadri and an armful of excited Warrior Players & Warriors Executive and guests.

2013 – Jim Wagdin (Coach, Past-President, NCAFA VP)

Pictured L to R: Paul Stewart, President; Tim Sheahan, VP; Trish Redmond, VP: Jim Wagdin, Past-President and Inductee into the Bell Warriors Hall of Fame

Jim Wagdin (24 year volunteer with the Bell Warriors as a Coach, VP,  NCAFA VP and President) receives his Award as the Inaugural Bell Warriors Hall of Fame Inductee. Pictured L to R: Paul Stewart, President; Tim Sheahan, VP; Trish Redmond, VP: Jim Wagdin, Past-President and Inductee into the Bell Warriors Hall of Fame. “You set the bar pretty high Jim. The Warriors will never be able to thank you enough for your leadership, vision, dedication and role as a driving force that you played in our proud club’s history”