Alby Shale, 22, from Oxfordshire in southern England, began his marathon stand in the indoor nets at 6:45 am (0545 GMT) on Monday and finally declared his innings at 8:45 am yesterday.
The attempt was in aid of the Rwanda Cricket Stadium Foundation — a charity set up to create an international-standard cricket ground in the African country, where the game is emerging.
The previous batting record of 25 hours was set in October by Australian Jade Child. Shale is now waiting for Guinness World Records to go through the documentation and confirm his new landmark.
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