A group of sportsmen has refused to let torrential rain stop play as they look to create a new world record for continuous .

Twenty-four players at Blunham Club have been out in all weather conditions as they attempt 168 hours of non-stop play, the equivalent of seven days.

“It’s been up and down, emotional – we’ve just got to keep going,” club captain George Hutson said.

The record-breaking attempt, played in ever-changing weather conditions, is helping to raise money for local charities and to improve facilities for the club.

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