08:05AM, Wednesday 27 August 2014
Barriers were broken down as cricket brought people of different faiths and ages together on Sunday.
Karnail Pannu, chairman of the forum, said: "The teams were a mix of faiths ages and abilities.
"That is what the day was all about, mixing, developing links and breaking barriers."
The afternoon began with the junior under 14s teams the Shepherds X1 playing the Amaans X1.
The Shepherds won by eight runs scoring 242 against the Amaans 234.
The senior match pitched the Maidenhead Daredevils against the Kings X1.
The Daredevils managed 170 - two winning by eight runs against Kings' 162 - seven.
The Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Richard Kellaway, presented the two cups. A delighted Mr Pannu said: "We are already looking forward to next year."
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