Group portrait of the Churchill Softball Team when they were the 1930 Champions of Simcoe County Softball League. The team members and their management are posed in three rows around a large trophy on a table in the centre. They are dressed in their team jerseys, which are two-toned long-sleeved shirts with the letter "C" written in the centre while the administrators are wearings suits. Pictured from left to right, back row standing: Secretary J.B. Lawrence, unknown, Lloyd Graham (left field), Harry Sloan (sub), Mac Stewart (second base), William Constable (first base), E. Wonch (third base), Ralph Reive (short stop), George Constable (right field), Gordon Browning (centre field), and Vice-President Fred W. Allan. Centre row, seated: Jack Constable (catcher), Manager Herb Graham, Marshall Reive (captain), President Howard Allan, Jack Reive (pitcher), and Treasurer R.P.Lucas. Front row: Robert "Bobby" Boyes and Mansfield Harrison (mascot).