The Annapolis Royal Tigers were a senior and intermediate team.
They won the Central Valley Senior Hockey League in 1930-31, 1937-38, 1938-39, & 1939-40. In each of those seasons they entered the Maritimes Senior Playoffs.
The Central Valley League became intermediate after World War II and the Tigers won the league a number of time more.
My Dad used to take us to Hockey Games in the unheated, natural ice, Annapolis Arena to watch the Tigers play against the Digby Ravens; Cornwallis Cougars; Bridgetown Hawks; and Middleton Maple Leafs.
Annapolis players of note included Herman Rushton; Jack & Bud Miller; Bobby Potts; Wilf Sanford; Bun Pulsifer; Eric Lucas; Sam Weir and their spectacular Goalie Larry Flynn-imported from Quebec each year to keep the Team competitive!