CIMA Mayors' Cricket Tournament 2014

CBC Toronto is a proud sponsor of the CIMA Mayors' School Cricket Tournament, presented by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants of Canada and the City of Toronto.

From an original pool of 82 participating middle and high schools, watch the GTA's best school cricketers from Brampton, Mississauga, Markham and Toronto battle it out for the CIBC Trophy 2014.

CBC News Toronto co-host Dwight Drummond helped to launch the tournament in April, and recognized winning teams from last year, including recipients of the CBC Toronto Spirit of Cricket Award. (see the photos here)

Divisional Championships
May 12-28

GTA Finals
Saturday, May 31
9:00-9:30am Opening Ceremony
9:30am Games begin
5:30pm Closing Ceremony & Awards Presentation
Admission: Free
Brampton Soccer Centre,1495 Sandalwood Pkwy E, Brampton

CIMA Mayor's Cricket Trophy
Saturday, June 21
Sunnybrook Park, 1132 Leslie Street, Toronto

Cricket Across the Pond (CAP) announcement
Thursday, July 3
Members' Lounge - Toronto City Hall

Tournament website

Cricket is one of the fastest growing sports in Toronto. Played in more than 100 countries around the world, it is part of the cultural heritage of thousands of Torontonians and is increasingly popular with school-age children and youth across the city. Cricket is played at several local schools and more than 50 school teams take part annually in Toronto tournaments.


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