08:02AM, Tuesday 03 September 2013
The event saw people of all ages and faiths join together in an afternoon of cricket at the club.
Around 40 players took part and were split into three teams which played in friendly matches against each other.
The event is one in a list of sporting fixtures that the group hosts throughout the year, including football, and there are hopes to add golfing events into the calendar in the future.
"It is nice to get everybody together," said Organiser Trip Pannu.
"It has gone very well. We have had a nice turn out and lovely weather for it.
"There are a lot of youngsters here and the food was provided by the Sikh Temple, which we are very grateful for."
See a slideshow of pictures from the match below:
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