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Reginald Martin

Full name: Reginald George Warren Martin
Gender: Male
Born: June 25, 1887 in Greenwich, Greater London, Great Britain
Died: January 29, 1981 in Worthing, West Sussex, Great Britain
Affiliations: Catford Lacrosse Club
Country: GBR Great Britain
Sport: Lacrosse

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)


A second home, Reginald Martin played for Catford, and did his selection for the Great Britain team no harm with a brilliant performance in a trial match against the Duke of Argyll’s team at Lord’s in April 1908, in which he scored four goals. He subsequently went to the Olympics and won a silver medal, and was involved in one of those great Olympic sporting moments when Canada’s Angus Dillon broke his stick, and was having difficulty finding a replacement. Martin generously agreed to leave the field of play until Dillon returned. In 1909 and 1910, Martin helped Catford win the Southern Flags, but, sadly, were beaten in the National Club Championship at Lord’s both times. Firstly, 15-3 by South Manchester in 1909, and then resoundly by Old Hulmeians 20-6 the following year.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1908 Summer 20 London Lacrosse Men's Lacrosse Great Britain GBR 2 Silver

Men's Lacrosse

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G
1908 Summer 20 London Lacrosse Great Britain GBR Final Round Match 1/2 2 1908-10-24 CAN 14, GBR 11 11
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