From the BBC News website
The head of the Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has accepted a challenge from the Vatican to play their first ever cricket match.
Priests from the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church are planning to compete - appropriately enough - at Lord's in London next September.
The Vatican cricket club, founded in October, includes priests from Australia, India and Pakistan.
It has also been suggested the umpires might be Muslim or Jewish.
But the feeling is that their faith will not matter - as long as they are fair, the BBC's Alan Johnston in Rome reports.
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