Cricket Tourney Draws International Teams

Photo of Ron Fanfair By Ron Fanfair,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 2:13 p.m., August 11, 2014

Teams from the New York City Police Department as well as the Worcester City Police, from England, played the Toronto Cricket Club on August 8, 9 and 10. The NYPD A Team beat Toronto in the final at the Percival Cummins Memorial Cricket Ground, named after a fallen Toronto officer. Deputy Chief Mark Saunders and Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB) Chair Alok Mukherjee came out to support Toronto on the pitch.

A man bowls a cricket ball as a batsman and player wait for the ball
TPCC opening batsman Asad Khan of 33 Division drives through the off-side in the North American Police cricket final against NYPD “A”
A man bowls a cricket ball as a batsman and player wait for the ball
A large group of people in rows by a trophy
A man in TPS uniform stands with four men in cricket uniform
Two men in cricket uniforms hold trophies
Three men in uniform with men in cricket uniform in several rows
Two rows of men in cricket uniform
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A group of men in cricket uniforms crowd around a player who jumps in the air
Two men shake hands, one wears a medal
A group of men in cricket uniform in several rows