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CIMA Mayor’s Cricket Team to be announced for Cricket Across the Pond
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The Future is Binary – Mayor Rob Ford, Councillor Anthony Perruzza (Ward 8 York West), Chair of the Community Development and Recreation Committee, and City of Toronto staff will join Jonathan Dart, British Consul General, and corporate partners the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) and Tom’s Place to announce and congratulate the 12 youth selected for the seventh annual Cricket Across the Pond program.
Martin Buckle, CIMA Canada board member; Martin Saxton, Chair of CIMA Canada; Zanita DiSalle, Regional Vice-President, RBC; Tom Mihalik, owner of Tom’s Place; and Ingleton Liburd, General Manager of Cricket Canada, will all participate in the event.
Date: Thursday, July 3
Time: 10 to 11 a.m., remarks: 10:30 a.m.
Location: Members Lounge, City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
Members of the CIMA Mayor’s Cricket Team were selected from diverse neighbourhoods across Toronto and will soon travel to the United Kingdom to play and learn cricket. The Toronto Mayor’s Team will play the London Mayor’s Team on July 18 in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, a borough in southwest London, England.
The goals of the Cricket Across the Pond program are to improve access to the game of cricket, reach out and engage young people through cricket, improve physical activity among youth, build leadership skills in young cricketers and provide an opportunity for young people to represent Toronto and Canada abroad.
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