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Ontario Premier’s Cup School Cricket 2024 Launched with Enthusiasm and Support from Dignitaries and Sponsors

In a much-anticipated event held this afternoon in Scarborough, Ontario, the Ontario Schools Cricket Association (OSCA) unveiled the Ontario Premier’s Cup School Cricket 2024. Attended by a distinguished gathering including Premier Ford, Minister Lecce, Minister Lumsden, Minister Michaeal Ford, Minister Ford, Mayor Chow, and local MPPs, the inauguration ceremony aimed to kickstart the Premier’s Cup School Cricket, a venture designed to enhance recreational cricket programs within schools across the province.

Amidst an atmosphere of excitement and camaraderie, the event featured speeches from notable figures, including the Premier, as well as recognition of student achievements and a celebration of the essence and excellence of cricket. Ken Jeffers, President of OSCA, expressed gratitude to TD Bank and Rogers Communications for their unwavering support, underscoring their crucial role in advancing the cause of cricket in Ontario.

Navdeep Bains, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at Rogers Communications, emphasized the significance of investing in youth sports, stating, “We are proud to support the Ontario Schools Cricket Association’s goal to growing the sport of cricket among young Canadians. Investing in youth sports is a great way to make a meaningful impact in the lives of young people by giving them access to mentors, building confidence and helping them learn important life skills.”

Echoing similar sentiments, Abhishek Bhadauria, Investment Advisor at TD, expressed excitement about the launch of the Ontario Premier’s Cup School Cricket and reiterated TD’s commitment to supporting community initiatives. “At TD, we recognize the importance of sport in helping community members share positive experiences, while building meaningful connections. Investing in the communities where we live, work and play has always been very important to us,” Bhadauria stated.

With a robust turnout, the event underscored the significant contributions of the cricket community to sports in Ontario, setting a promising tone for the upcoming spring cricket season.

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