Seems some local religious leaders are getting together to play some cricket.
Local Christian clergy and Muslim imams will play each other in a Twenty20 cricket match at Grace Road, home of cup winners Leicestershire.
In addition to the Christians and Muslims on the pitch, the match will be overseen by Hindu and Jewish umpires.
The Right Reverend Tim Stevens, Bishop of Leicester, said it was vital to mark the 9/11 events in a positive way.
It's good to see local leaders of different faiths meeting on the field of sport, rather than the field of battle. This is positive leadership, something to be emulated, for sure.
The Christian and Muslim teams first met in a football match earlier in 2006, where the imams won 5-0. It was decided to have a rematch in a different sport.
Ouch. Looks like good sports all around, though.
If you plan to attend, the cricket match is scheduled for 1600 BST tomorrow, Grace Road, Leicestershire.
Now if we could just figure out the rules of cricket, which barely even seem to be in English...
Although all 11 players have the chance to bat, the team are "all out" when 10 wickets have fallen as the "not out" batsman is left without a team-mate at the other end of the wicket.
The uncommon methods, but not unheard of, are 'hit wicket' - when a batsman removes his or her own bails - and 'handled the ball' - when he handles the ball without permission from the fielding side.
Are we sure this isn't porn?