Jim Logue, David Murray, David McMaster, David Ramsay,
Bobby Ashe, Tommy Scade, Billy Graham, George Duncan,
Alex Morrison, Archie Hollinsworth, Stuart McFarlane
Alistiar McFarlane. David McDowall
if you know the correct order for president please email me (first term only)
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January 23rd a group of Ranges supporters held a meeting in the Bramalea Legion 609 to
discuss the idea of forming a Rangers Supporters Club in Bramalea, after some discussion
it was agreed that there was enough interest in forming a new club. The new club was
formed and would be called the Bramalea Glasgow Rangers supporters club with 19 charter
The next challenge for the newly formed club was to select and vote on a new club
executive and a committee. The first executive was elected by the members:
President:................. Jim Logue.
Vice President......... John James.
Secretary:................. Alec Morrison.
Committe .................. ?
The first priority for the new membership was to find a location where the membership could
hold a weekly social gathering for the new members.
After some searching the Ebenezer Hall on Gore Road was chosen as temporary location
for the Saturday social get together, a letter was sent out by the club's Secretary (Alec
Morrison) informing the new membership that the first official meeting would be held on
Saturday April 6th and thanking the members for making the club's first dance a success
which was held on March 22nd.
The meeting was brought to order by its new President John Logue
and it's committee .
As the membership started to grow it became apparent that a new and bigger club premises
was going to have to be found, so a second location was found at the Masonic Hall in
Brampton ( Queen street and #10) where members could meet on Saturday's, the first
meeting at the new location was held on September 21st 1985, as the word got out about
the new Rangers club the membership grew to 65 + 3 life members by December.
A club would not be a club if it did not have it's own crest.
In the second year the membership was asked to submit a design for a club crest ; five
designs were submitted, the membership's final choice was the one that was designed by
The design was given to Jimmy Nimmo who was given the task of getting the paper design
into a wall crest which is now on display at
The crest has been photographed many times with members and visitors wanting their
photograph with the crest in the background.
Some of the members had been watching curling on television and thought "I CAN DO
THAT" so the Bramalea Rangers curling league was started at the Chingaucousy Curling
club on Sunday mornings,
the game started at 9am along with the heavy heads from the night before, after the game
was over the post mortem's would begin and would go on into the late afternoon or when
the Drambuie ran out at
the curling club.
A third premises was found for the membership at 185 Advanced Boulevard Unit #1 in
Brampton where the members could meet for televised games, dominoes and social events.
The club had its first bar with a fridge that did not have to be dismantled each time the club
Two members became the regular barmen Jack Clinton and Bobby Gemmell.
Jack was well know for giving you his opinion (can't print them) to matters that he did not
agree with I think he was doing just that in one
of the images.
Bobby Gemmell for his sense of humour and jokes.
Both are now sadly missed by the membership.
As the membership continued to grow it was becoming more aware that the club needed
a larger unit for the members.
The executive did not have to look too far two units next door were available so a lease was
signed at 185 Advance Boulevard. unit #2
The official ribbon cutting ceremonies were attended by several guests, Television
personalities Dick Howard (TSN), Susan Gordon (Country Canada), Rangers player S.
Nesbitt and Brampton Councillor Rhoda Begley.
The Club's President George Duncan and the past presidents were present in the ribbon
cutting ceremonies at the entrance of the new club.
The club hosted the N.A.R.S.A. Convention June 3rd to June 6th at the PEAR TREE HOTEL
on Dixon Rd Toronto and at the club.
Club President Alex Morrison, the executive along with Convention Committee which was
headed up by Tommy Jolly put a lot of time and effort into making this a very successful
The golf tournament was held at Glen Eagles Golf Course in Bolton. Former Toronto Maple
hockey player Jim McKenney was the M.C. for the tournament. Rangers and Scotland
Captain Eric Caldow was the honouree guest for the convention he had his photograph
taken with many supporters who had seen him play.
The banquet M.C. at the hotel was BBC Scotland's football correspondent Chick Young.
Chick is well know in Scotland for his interviews of football personnel at SPL and Scotland
The club hosted it second N.A.RS.A convention and many visitors stated that it was
one of the best convention they had attended.
The league which is still going strong to this date, the league games start in
November and finish in April.
At the end of the season the league holds an award night when the curling was still going
strong the domino and curling leagues combined both leagues to have their awards night
at the curling club.
The domino award nights are now held at the club.
Long time league convener Billy Graham passed away in December 07, A new domino
league championship plague in the name of Billy (The Billy Graham Memorial Plague) was
present to this years winners George Duncan and Bobby Evans by Margaret Graham
(Maggie) son John and daughter Megan.
When the Golfing season begins in early spring the golfing enthusiasts in the club
are ready to get out on the links and hit the wee ball.
Throughout the summer the club holds various golfing events.
The weekly nine hole game at Mayfield.
The annual club championship.
Ryder cup tournament.......... (Bramalea Club v Cambridge True Blues)
Ran/Cel tournament ...............(Bramalea Rangers v Bramalea Celtic)
The annual Ran/Cel tournament which is held in August at Mayfield golf course with
approximately 80 to 100 player's, the football rivals join together on the golf course for a
All proceeds from the tournament are donated to a charity.
Proceed from past tournaments were donated to The Children's aid society.
At the 2008 tournament the golfers at each club voted to change the charity, the proceeds
from the 2009 tournament will be donated to Dogs with wings.
Each club takes a turn in hosting the dinner reception and presenting the trophy to the
At the end of the day it is the charities who are the winners of this tournament.
Myrtle Beach SC is were some of the members have been heading for several years in the
fall and spring for their annual golfing fix in preparation for summer while we still have snow
on the ground in Brampton.
The clubs annual picnic is held at Eldorado conservation park in Brampton. Each
year there seems to be more grand wains which tells you a little about the age of the
membership, but regardless of age every one takes part in the games.
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY:
The childrens Christmas party used be held at the club,
but as the club membership grew it became apparent that the club could not accommodate
the growing number of children at the parties
The Bramalea Legion was an ideal place to hold the parties for the children.
Throughout the years the club has had many visitors to the club, former
Rangers Players, Television personalities, Entertainers , visitors from other supporters
clubs and family friends of members.
The club to this day still prides its self in the fact that a visitor can always feel welcome at the
The club is open from Thursday ......12 noon to 7pm.
Friday ............12 noon to close.
Saturday .......12 noon to 7pm.
Sunday ........ 2pm to 7pm.
The club is also open for all live Rangers games which are posted on this web site or on the
club's hot line.
If you have some facts, dates of events, photos or documentation which would be of
interest for the achieves page please send an email.