46 players, 30 hours, 1 world record. On the 25th and 26th of August we will be aiming to break the world record for longest rugby match ever at 30 hours. 23 man squads will compete non-stop for the time in what will be a serious mental and physical test. Keeping the number of players on each team restricted will mean we have to stay really focused on managing our energy and state of mind throughout. An even split across everyone would mean playing an average of nearly 23 hours each, or in other words 17 full games of rugby.

School of Hard Knocks is a ground-breaking social inclusion charity. They use sport to help unemployed adults and children at risk of exclusion to realise their potential. Rugby has played a huge part in my life and I'm passionate about helping others have the same opportunities. The sport has always been inclusive and that comes from enabling those who might not otherwise be able to take part to join us in the game.

Please support me in fundraising for their life-changing programmes. Creative sponsorship concepts are welcomed. Reckon you know how many hours I will play? Back me to get a grand slam of scores? Think you can guess how many times I'll get told I'm being too keen? Put your money where your mouth is and have a punt. Max Moncrieff