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What’s the campaign about?

In 2009 a terror attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team shocked sports fans everywhere. As a result, the Pakistani team held its 2010 home series against Australia in the UK.

… and it’s not just cricket that’s been targeted. Earlier this year, an attack on the Togolese football team during the Africa Cup of Nations horrified sports fans around the globe. Not In My Game is all about sending a loud, clear message that, whether it be a game of street cricket or an international test match, there is no place for terrorism in the game we love.

We face this challenge together. No matter where we live or which team we support we are united by our love of the game.

International cricket cannot currently be played in Pakistan due to fears for the safety of players. This is the first time an international cricket team has been driven out of its home nation, and been forced to play abroad.

If you love sport and want to take a stand for your community, join us and say Not In My Game.

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Not In My Game wants your feedback about this summer’s cricket campaign. :

Not In My Game wants your feedback about this summer’s cricket campaign. :

Follow the link to complete the short survey about Not In My Game (it shouldn’t take you more than a minute) and enter the competition for a chance to win a Gray-Nicolls cricket set, signed by Pakistani rock star Salman Ahmad from Junoon. DEADLINE EXTENDED: competition closes Monday 25 October. http://tiny.cc/zmvo5th1rr Good luck! Not In [...]

London teams compete at the Not In My Game tournament in East London

London teams compete at the Not In My Game tournament in East London

On Saturday 18 September a NIMG tournament was held in Canary Wharf, East London, at the indoor cricket arena “Play On”. It was an action packed day with teams from across London competing for a chance to win ODI tickets and cricket kits. The event gave London cricketers the chance to support Not In My [...]

ODI tickets announced as top prize for Saturday’s tournament!

ODI tickets announced as top prize for Saturday’s tournament!

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