Brothers bag a snooker world record in Wakefield

Nathan and Anthony Hebblethwaite with their Guinness World Record.
Nathan and Anthony Hebblethwaite with their Guinness World Record.
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TWO snooker-mad brothers have bagged a Guinness World Record for playing the longest singles game.

Anthony and Nathan Hebblethwaite have now received their official Guinness World Record after playing for an impressive 76 hours and five minutes.

Anthony, 25, from Ossett, and brother Nathan, 23, tackled the gruelling fundraiser at the St Michael’s Snooker Club in Wakefield, to raise almost £1,000 for the Paul Hunter Foundation.

To donate or to find out more, visit the website at www.paulhunterfoundation.org.

Kathy Grogan founded STOP (Start Treating Others Positively) nearly 30 years ago.

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