England Field Hockey Men's Team 1908
London Olympics - Olympic Champions
Louis Charles Baillon, Harry Scott Freeman, Eric Hubert Green, Gerald Logan, Alan Henry Noble, Edgar Wells Page, Reginald "Reggie" George Pridmore, Percy Montague Rees, John Yate Robinson, Stanley Howard Shoveller, Harvey Jesse Wood
The official report ceases its description of the game after England took the lead 5–1, saying only that "by this time England had taken control of the game and won with eight goals to one" vs Ireland.
Stanley Howard Shoveller also won a Field Hockey Gold Medal at 1920 Olympics at the age of 39.
John Yate Robinson was Captain of the Oxford University Hockey Team, which he played on from 1905 to 1909.
Louis Charles Baillon is the only Falkland Islander to become an Olympic Champion.