Cricket Club Looking Forward to Season

By Constable Amir Butt,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 3:20 p.m. June 17, 2014

Members of the Toronto Police Cricket Club have had a great opening to the season off the pitch and are looking forward to many more wins this year.

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Members of the Toronto Police Cricket Club executive are joined by Chris Devereaux and Alok Mukherjee on stage
  • A large group of people in formal attire on a stage
  • Two women in red costumes
  • Three women dancing together
  • Two row of people stander and seated at a table

The Toronto Police Cricket Club held a successful banquet on April 26. The banquet was to enhance the spirit of sportsmanship and encourage community members to engage police officers. This is the first kick-off  banquet the club has ever organized and received an overwhelming response by Service members and community.

The banquet was honoured by the attendance of Toronto Police Services Board Chair Alok Mukherjee and Toronto Police Amateur Athletic Association Director Christopher Devereux, who were very pleased by the support and organization of the event.

Special thanks to Roshan Nallatranam for his hard work, dedication and coordination to organize the event. He was very influential in gathering a large number of supporters from community and other cricket teams.

Other members of the club who dedicated lots of their personal time and efforts to make this event happen, are: Daniel Johnson (Supervisor Parking West) Andrea Seivwright (Supervisor Parking East), Marcia Young (Payroll Services) and Susanna Noel (Document Services).

The club is looking forward to a wonderful year ahead and request support from service members to come out to the field and enjoy the atmosphere.

This year, our Club is also hosting the Worcester City Police Cricket Club, the New York Police Department (NYPD) and Peel Regional Police Service in the North American Cricket Championship in Toronto from Aug. 8 to 10. The Toronto team will also face off against the Worcester City and NYPD squads at a tournament in New York from Aug. 15 to 17.

The club thanks you for your support and looks forward to seeing you at the banquet or at matches this season.

TPS Cricket Club executive: Amir Butt (President), Mansoor Ahmad (Vice-President), Roshan Nallaratnum (Captain), Asad Khan (Vice-Captain), Daniel Johnston (Entertainment Chair) Marcia Young (Treasurer) and Susana Noel (Secretary)

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