01:02AM, Monday 15 July 2013
Friendly matches of rounders and cricket were enjoyed as well as more competitive games of six-a-side football at the eighth annual event organised by the borough's religious forum group.
Three children's six-a-side teams sweated it out on the field of Altwood School in Maidenhead, which resulted in team ABC taking home the trophy.
The adult's six-a-side football competition, entered by four teams, saw the Sikh Temple A-team compete against team Six Lions resulting in a tense penalty shoot-out.
The lions were triumphant.
Prizes were presented by Jeremy Harris, the vicar of All Saints' Church in Boyn Hill.
"It was absolutely wonderful, I can't grumble about anything," said the forum's chairman Karnail Pannu.
Karnail expressed the importance of the day in bringing people together.
He said: "It breaks the barriers between religions and there is a mutual respect for each other."
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