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CIMA Mayor's Trophy 2011
 
Date June 25, 2011
Time 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
Location Sunnybrook Park, 1132 Leslie Street, Toronto
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Itinerary for the day:

8:00 am – 9:30 am Cricket Demonstration – Ontario Women’s Cricket Development Programme

9.:30 am – 11:00 am Ceremonial Opening

Chief Guest:
His Worship Mayor Rob Ford

Special Guests:

The Honourable Jim Flaherty
MPP Christine Elliott

Mayor’s XI Vs. CEOs XI

11:0.0 am – 5.00 pm CIMA Mayor’s Trophy Cricket Matches

CIMA Media Trophy Cricket Matches
CIMA Accountants Trophy Cricket Matches

5.30 pm Closing Ceremony and awards

Participating Teams:

  Toronto Police   Rogers
  Toronto Community Housing   Globe and Mail
  TTC   Toronto Star
  Deloitte   Metro News
  PwC   Sun
  Ernst & Young   Citytv/OMNI
  KPMG   CBC
  CIBC   ATN

The seventh annual CIMA Mayor’s Trophy will be held on June 25th at the Sunnybrook Park in Toronto. CIMA President Harold Baird and Deputy President Gulzari Babber will be in Toronto to welcome Mayor Ford, Minister Jim Flaherty and MPP Christine Elliott as special guests of the seventh annual CIMA Mayor’s Trophy.

CIMA partnered with the Access & Diversity Unit of the Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation to launch Toronto Annual Celebration of Cricket – CIMA Mayor’s Trophy in 2005. Since then the event has grown in popularity and profile to provide Torontonians with an opportunity to showcase and celebrate Toronto’s diversity through cricket. The event also uses cricket as a vehicle to bring Toronto’s vastly diverse communities together and helps raise funds for youth cricket initiatives.

CIMA is focusing this year’s event to bring attention to the school cricket in Toronto. A school cricket tournament will be held at the Summerlea Park in Etobicoke on the June 11th and June 18th, as a preliminary event leading up to the Mayor’s Trophy. The school cricket tournament will feature West end schools competing with East end schools for the inaugural Mayor’s School Cricket Trophy.

Over the last three years, the Mayor’s Trophy event has helped provide young Toronto cricketers with cricket scholarships under the Cricket Across The Pond (CAP) program. CAP provided young Torontonians with leadership and communications skills and an opportunity to learn life skills as ambassadors of Toronto in England.. As members of the Toronto Mayor’s Cricket Team, the young Torontonians were given the opportunity to visit Lord’s Cricket Grounds in the UK to learn the history and heritage of cricket. The CAP program has had a tremendous impact on youth in our communities and has helped inspire young Torontonians towards positive pursuits in life.

For more information about the CAP Program, please visit http://www.cimacanada.org/catp.jsp

Highlights of 2011 promotional campaign:

  2011 Subway Station Video Ad
  News clipping 1
  News clippings 2
  CIMA Meeting with Minister Flaherty
  CIMA Meeting with Mayor Rob Ford
  CIMA Meeting with MPP Christine Elliott
  CIMA Meeting with Councillor Doug Ford
  CIMA Press Release - Mayor's Trophy 2011