Fontana Cup

By Constable Chris Devereux,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 10:27 a.m. May 5, 2014

Members of 32 Division faced off in memory of our colleague lost to cancer.

One man in TPS uniform holding a puck, three others in hockey gear and skates around a face off circle
Young Guns captain Farhaan Mian, Superintendent Selwyn Fernandes, Inspector Tim Crone and Old Timers captain Chris Devereux take part in the ceremonial face off
  • One man in TPS uniform holding a puck, three others in hockey gear and skates around a face off circle
  • A large group of hockey players pose on the ice
  • A group of people in a restaurant, one man speaking and holding a plaque
  • Three men in a row, two shake hands and exchange a gift
  • A man shakes hands with another man and hands him a gift alongside another man looking at the camera

The fourth annual Fontana Cup was held at Canlan Ice Sports in Scarborough on May 1, where the 32 Division Young Guns managed their first win over the 32 Old Timers, winning the game in overtime 4-3.

We raised $1255 for the Canadian Cancer Society. The game was played in memory of station operator Caterine Fontana.

Cathy, who succumbed to cancer in 2010, was a beloved member of the Division because of her positive energy and support of her colleagues.

- Sergeant Lou Vendramini photos

TPS crest watermark