Front Office

Ken Clement-Owner/ Governor

Ken has been a successful serial entrepreneur building on 35 years of experience in multiple sectors. His experience in high level team sports along with numerous successful projects has influenced him to build strong teams reliant on passion, integrity and work ethic.

Ken played junior hockey in Western Canada winning two Canadian Championships with the Powel River Regals. He played for WHL Victoria Cougars and the Medicine Hat Tigers, the BCHL Nanaimo Clippers and the WHL Nanaimo Islanders. In 2017 Ken was inducted to the BC Hockey Hall of Fame.

Ken has a long family history in Prince Edward County which he calls home and where he one day plans to retire. He takes his stewardship of owning the Wellington Dukes very seriously and is passionate about moving young hockey players onto the next level of education and sport.

Tealah Clement-C.O.O-Chief Operations Officer


Tealah Clement is Ken Clements right hand face of the Dukes in his abscense while he is focusing on his other business operations.

Tealah is also the Voice of the Dukes as their official National Anthem singer on game nights.

Randy Uens-Senior Advisor & Director Total Sports Media Division
Writer-Total Sports Quinte/ Co-host Total Sports Quinte Podcast

I am very appreciative of the opportunity to be involved with this great organization that allows me to indulge my passions for sports and business. I enjoy the opportunity to help young athletes achieve their goals while helping the Wellington Dukes become a sustainable pillar of the Quinte Community. Thank you to all of our supporters and staff for the ongoing support of the hockey club. Go Dukes.


Michelle McIntyre-Accounting


Michelle handles all of the accounting and bookkeeping for the Wellington Dukes and their sister company Total Sports Media.

Kelly Martin-Director of Sales & Marketing /Graphics/Sponsorship



This is Kelly’s 4th season with the Dukes. Kelly has more than 17 years experience working for teams in the OJHL. Kelly was runner up OJHL Executive of the year in the past and is passionate about connecting hockey with local charitable groups. Kelly has been focused on connecting the Dukes with our local not for profit and charitable groups in our fund-raising initiatives. In the 2022-23 season we raised and donated approximately $24,000 for local charities. Kelly was recipient of a Town of Cobourg Civic Award in 2012 for her work in raising money for charities through hockey. Kelly has coordinated several high profile OJHL events in the past. Kelly is also the founder of Total Sports Quinte which launched in May of 2017 and manages our Total Sports Quinte Media division. Kelly designs the magazines and website content on the Sports Hub.

Emilie Martin-Sponsorship & Sales Associate


Emilie joined the Dukesorganization recently to help grow our sponsorship sales and communitysupport of the Dukes for the up and coming 2024 - 25 season.

Emilie is a hairstylist by trade who operates her own beauty salon inBrighton called Emilie’s House of Hair.She is a wife and mother of daughters Aislynn and Finleigh who are avid equestrian riders.

If you are interested in supporting the Dukes while promoting your business please give her a shout.

Carrie & Ian Deline-Billet Coordinator


A little about us and our family... Ian and I have three children who are actively involved in hockey in 3 different centres in the area.  Our children are 15, 13, and 11.  Both Ian and I were born and raised in the Belleville/Quinte west area. Ian is a Utility Arborist in the Picton area with Hydro One and I am a Registered Nurse working with the MLTC. We have been involved in minor hockey in a number of different capacities over the years. This is our first year billeting with the Dukes but we are not new to billeting as we have billeted with another organization in the past. We have welcomed some amazing players into our home and watched a number of them and their families become a lasting part of ours.

Brock Ormond-Play-by-Play Wellington Dukes Broadcaster
Wellington Dukes Sports Writer


Brock is returning for his 10th season broadcasting Dukes games on Hockey TV and Your TV Quinte.

He started his career in the 2014-15 season, getting an opportunity to call games for the teams he had grew up watching as a fan, the Belleville Bulls and the Dukes, filling in for his first Bulls game on October 8, 2014.

Brock has had the good fortune of calling Buckland Cup Championships and a Dudley Hewitt Cup Central Ontario Regional Championship, including the Dukes’ 2018 title run.

Brock holds an Advanced Diploma in Journalism (Online, Print, Broadcast, and Sports), which he achieved in 2017. He has been honoured to have interviewed and told the stories and journeys of many athletes and coaches in his time in the field.

He loves the passion and dedication of junior hockey players and the close-knit bond they form with fans.

Brock is looking forward to another great season of Wellington Dukes hockey in 2023-24.

Tyler Brown-Director of Social Media