Two men were right on cue as they got into the world record books for playing 100 hours of consecutive snooker.
Phillip Marshall and Kevin Teasdale took part in the gruelling challenge at the Consett Snooker Club, County Durham.
The pair beat the current record of 85 hours, 19 minutes and four seconds to take their place in the Guinness World Record books.
Phillip, 25, of Consett, previously held the record when he played for 65 hours in 2013.
He said: “We’re so glad to have done it. I’m feeling a bit groggy and got a few aches and pains but nothing I can’t get over.
“I have played snooker from a young age and have two friends that hold the pool record so got the idea from there really.”
Phillip and Kevin, of Gileshead , started the challenge on Wednesday afternoon and finished at 8pm on Sunday.
The pair were watched by…