The Dragons narrowly defeated the Superstars to win the New York City Police Department Cricket League championship Wednesday.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was on hand in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park to congratulate the winners.
Teenagers from across the city compete in the league on more than a dozen teams.
The NYPD said the tournament is a great way to connect with immigrant communities from cricket-playing nations in the Caribbean and South Asia.
"We're reaching out to the new immigrant communities that have no avenue to reach out to the police or even to the system," said Sgt. Dale Rana of the NYPD. "So it's better educating them and making a better relationship with these new immigrant communities."
The NYPD Cricket League has been held every summer for the past six years.