Managed by: Muhammad Abbas

Canadian Police Cricket Club (CPCC)


1) History and Introduction:

Canadian Police Cricket Club was formed in 2020 as police cricket club. CPCC is consist of mainly TPAAA members and law enforcement officers from police agencies across Canada. CPCC’s mission is to bring cricket playing police officers together under a national flag. 

In 2021 and 2022 CPCC participated in all major police tournaments and emerged as a champion in most. Just to briefly highlight, CPCC participated and won the following major police cricket championships across North America:

1) South Asian Heritage Chiefs Trophy 

2) Perceval Cummins Memorial Trophy 

3) CIMA cup

4) South Asian Friendship Cup 

5) Police and Youth Engagement Tournament 

6) NYPD Dillon Memorial Cup (New York)


2) Contact information for CPCC contact Person:

Mansoor Ahmad 



3) Upcoming Events:

1) South Asian Heritage Month Chief’s Trophy 

2) Police and Youth Engagement tournament 

3) Perceval Cummins Memorial Cup

4) Pakistan & India Friendship Cup

5) Peterborough Commercial & Police cup

6) Canadian Police & NYPD Challenge Cup

7) Andrew Hong Police Memorial Cup


4) Other websites and social media sites:






Toronto Police Cricket Club (TPCC)


1.        Updated information on your sport, perhaps a history, past accomplishments etc.


       The Toronto Police Cricket Club was created in 1992 by uniform and civilian members of the Toronto Police Service.  We competed in the Scarborough League until 1997

        got our own cricket ground located at Whiteheather Blvd and McNicoll Avenue Scarborough.  After we moved into our ground we left the league and began to play various community teams 

        within Scarborough and the GTA.  

        In 1998 we began our first international tour to Barbados competing in the Second International Police Cricket Championship.  Since then we have travelled to Australia, Sri Lanka, England, South Africa and Pakistan

        to name a few places.  

        Our primary mandate as a Club is to “foster better community relations through the game of cricket.”


        We have also hosted the North American Police Cricket Championship for the past twelve years at our ground.  Last year we had the pleasure of hosting the North American Police Cricket Championship that included the New York Police Cricket  Team, Peel Regional Police Cricket Club, Canadian Police Cricket Team and our newly formed Toronto Police Community Cricket Team.  This new team was formed by us to enable players to learn the game of cricket, our senior members that can’t 

        possibly compete with the younger players.  Also included in the team are our members whose skill set are not up to par with the regular team.  There is a definite need for this Community team and their mandate is to play various teams within the

        greater Toronto area.


2.    Upcoming events for 2023


       Apart from our weekley games that we play on saturday and sunday and sometimes on friday beginning at the end of April, 2023.   

       During the season we play our annual Percy Cummins Game, the Camy Lyte trophy match plus we host the annual North American Police Championship and we also travel to 

       New York City for the return North American Championship match.  


       In October we will be travelling to St Vincent and the Grenadines for a Police Tournament.  This tour is in the planning stages.


       Also happening this summer is a lot of work being done at our ground.  We have obtained help from our Chief of Police and the Toronto Police Services Board in putting a clubhouse at our ground.

       Since we host international tournaments at the ground, it is imperative that the ground reflects the pride we have in our city, our police force and the community.  We feel great pride in being given the official flag of the 

       Toronto Police Service and the city of Toronto which we will proudly display at our ground.  It would be wonderful if we could get a flag from the Toronto Police Amateur Athletic Association. 



3.    If you have a separate website where further information can be found, please send us the link to be added onto your page.


      The Toronto Police Cricket Club has a facebook page.


4.  Our Contacts are the following members:

     Raj Singh President   647 268 1107, email:

     Dave McLeod   TPAAA liaison   647 447 3674   email:





Cummins Remembered in Cricket Match

An undefeated fifth wicket stand of 85 by Constables Amandeep Malhi and Mustafa Popalzai paced the Toronto Police Cricket Club to a six-wicket win over the Ex-Barbados Police Officers cricket team for a match in honour of a fallen officer July 9.

“I am happy with the effort put in by my team,” said Constable Amir Butt, who is also the Toronto Police Cricket Club president, said after the match. “But ,more importantly, we are just happy to be given an opportunity every year to come together a play a game of cricket to celebrate Percy Cummins’ life. He loved this game and what better way to memorialize him than by playing a game of cricket.”

Cummins, an avid cricketer who served with the Royal Barbados Police before joining the Toronto Police Service, made the ultimate sacrifice, giving his life in the line of duty.

Chasing 123 for victory, the pair came together with their team stuttering at 40-4 and batted sensibly to help their side retain the Percy Cummins Memorial Cup, named after the constable who died in the line of duty in 1981.

Popalazi, assigned to 32 Division, recorded a game-high 55 not out with five sixes and three boundaries while Malhi – at 31 Division – admirably supported his partner with an unbeaten 16.

Popalazi and Malhi won the Most Valuable Player and Best Batsman Awards, respectively.

Earlier, skipper Amir Butt took three wickets to help restrict the Ex-Barbados Police Officers side to 122. Constables Mohammed Abbas of 13 Division and Malhi each took two wickets.


He was fatally shot on September 23, 1981, with his own gun, after he and his partner were disarmed when they answered a routine disturbance call in a west Toronto rooming home.

The high esteem in which Cummins was held by his colleagues was reflected in the Service dedicating its Scarborough cricket ground in his memory in June 1998, the same year the annual cricket fixture was launched.

Cummins is survived by his widow, Eurieta, who attended the game and participated in recognizing the teams, and children Kim and Kevin.

“This one is for you,” Butt told Cummins’s widow after his team clinched victory.