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July 2, 2013
Toronto youth cricket team to be announced for match in England
  
Toronto Councillor Anthony Perruzza (Ward 8 York West), Chair of the Community Development and Recreation Committee, Councillor John Parker (Ward 26 Don Valley West), City staff and community members will gather to announce and congratulate 12 Toronto youth selected for the fifth annual Cricket Across the Pond program.

Also in attendance Thursday will be Jonathan Dart, United Kingdom Consul General; Martin Saxton, Chair of CIMA Canada; Zanita DiSalle, RBC Regional Vice-President, Greater Toronto Area; and Tom Mihalik, owner of Tom's Place.

Date: Thursday, July 4
Time: 10:30 a.m. to noon, remarks at 11 a.m.
Location: RV Burgess Park, 44 Thorncliffe Park Dr.

Members of the CIMA Toronto Mayor's Cricket Team were selected from Toronto's diverse neighbourhoods and will soon travel to the United Kingdom to learn and play cricket. The Toronto Mayor’s Team versus the London Mayor’s Team cricket match will take place in Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, a borough in southwest London, England, on July 18.

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