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100 hours of layups for charity challenge

Riverside High School grade 10 students Nick Glanville, Lachlan Robertson, Ben Simpson, Connor Claridge and Zac Foulkes are taking part in a 100 hours of layups challenge. Picture: SCOTT GELSTONA GROUP of Riverside High School students have decided to finish their grade 10 year with a bang.
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For the third year in a row, a group of students are attempting a challenge of performing continuous basketball layups.

In 2012, they did 27 hours. Last year, they did 48.

And this year? One hundred hours.

“We thought about doing 78 hours, but then we thought it would be good to go out with a bang,” co-organiser and player Ben Simpson said.

The challenge began yesterday at 10.55am and will finish at 2.55pm on Monday.

By the end of the 100 hours, Ben said he hoped the team would have raised between $8000 and $9000 for the Cancer Council of Tasmania throughout the three years.

He said this year the team was aiming to raise $4000.

“This year’s been a lot bigger,” Ben said.

“With 100 hours there’s a lot more people getting excited about it.”

The players will be taking half-hour shifts during the day, moving up to hour shifts during the night to allow for more sleep.

Throughout the weekend, the public is invited to stop by and cheer the boys on.

Entry is a gold coin donation and further donations to the Cancer Council of Tasmania are welcome.

To follow the challenge, visit www.facebook南京夜网/100HoursLayups.

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