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Set Up Your Own Match

Not In My Game is all about bringing communities together to play sports and take a stand against terrorism. We want to make sure cricket is played whenever and wherever possible.

Image of three small boys playing cricket in a fieldWe want you and your friends to take part, so why not set up your own community cricket match? Register here for your FREE community cricket pack to help get you started.

There are thousands of cricket pitches all over the country, but you don’t need access to one of these to arrange your own match. Traditional cricket may have lots of rules about the size of the pitch and number of players, but cricket can actually be played anywhere – in your local park, school, at the beach and even in your own back yard (although any budding Kevin Pietersens should watch out for neighbours’ windows!).

After you’ve played a game please tell us how you got on. Upload pictures of your Not In My Game match to Flickr and share your story on Twitter and Facebook.

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