Published Sunday, 01 September 2013
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Spectators witnessed the Giants' beat the Italian side for a second time with a 2-1 victory after the game at the Odyssey went to sudden death.
It comes after the Belfast team beat the Foxes 6-3 on Saturday.
Giants General Manager and Ice Hockey Coordinator for the World Police and Fire Games, Todd Kelman, said the Giants were delighted to host an appreciation day for those who helped or participated at the Games.
"The World Police and Fire Games provided Belfast with a stage to show the world what an amazing city and country we have," he said.
"Everyone I met from all over the world had a great time in our city and a lot of the success of the 2013 Games was down to the volunteers for delivering the friendliest games ever.
Kelman added: "There aren't too many places you can welcome 3,000 or 4,000 people together, which is why this event is so special. DCAL wanted to recognise the work of the people behind the Games and we are happy to bring them together at our match."
"We are delighted that we have been able to partner with the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure to host an appreciation day for the 2013 World Police and Fire Games and to bring back all the volunteers for a Giant celebration."
Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín performed a ceremonial puck drop to start the game in the Odyssey Arena.
"After the privilege of dropping the puck in the Tridents' opening match at the World Police and Fire Games, I am pleased to be back in the Odyssey once again," she commented.
"More than 50,000 people watched ice hockey in this wonderful venue during the Games, creating a fantastic atmosphere and cheering on the competitors to give their all."
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