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RAF DUO ATTEMPT LONGEST MATCH RECORD

Two RAF Serviceman are attempting to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest continuous snooker match by playing for 100 hours.

Sgt Chris Bullen and Corporal Joel Pickersgill began the attempt at the Royal Airforce Association Branch and Club in Newark today (Wednesday, June 5th) at 10 am. Their target is to play continuously until 2 pm on Sunday, June 9th.

They are raising money for the RAFA Charity 

The current world record stands at 85 hours and 19 minutes but they have set a target of 100 hours to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the RAF in 2018.


Source: World Snooker