Regarded by many as the greatest lacrosse player ever, Bill was a member of the Hamilton Tigers from 1939-49 and won the Mann Cup Canadian senior lacrosse title in 1948. The Hamilton Spectator named him the greatest Hamilton Tiger. A charter inductee into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame, in the box player category, he also played with Toronto, Burlington, Mimico-Brampton and St. Catharines. He was a six-time OLA Senior ‘A’ scoring leader and in 346 games, amassed 777 goals and 467 assists for 1244 points. Bill was known for his end to end rushes and according to the Lacrosse Hall of Fame “added class to the game with his outstanding play and appearance.”