Dave Newman from the team here at Newman Moore plus Richard wells and Shaun brown aim to bat for 72 hours non-stop to raise £20,000 for Lincolnshire Air Ambulance
The three cricketing team mates are preparing to undertake an epic world record attempt - to endure three days at the crease in a non-stop nets session for charity.
The event starts 23rd November 2017, in Sleaford.
Their just giving page link is - HERE
Three years ago Dave Newman, 37, and Richard Wells, 25, took it upon themselves to support a fellow Billingborough cricket team member diagnosed with two brain tumours (from which he fully recovered).
They broke the world record for the longest net session, smashing the 25 hour target of continuous batting and setting a new record of 48 hours, while raising over £16,000 for Brain Tumour Research. Since then their feat has been suprassed and the pair decided to break the current figure of 52 hours by hanging on for a colossal 72 hours. This time they have recruited team mate Shaun Brown, 31, who jumped at the chance.
The three will be batting against bowling machines, but anyone wishing to go down and bowl a few ends too will be welcome. They also need time keepers, ball collectors, machine operators and plenty of moral support.
They also plan to hold a quiz night to raise more money. Call Dave on 07984 908234.