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IT WAS a charity fundraiser like no other as more than 50 people took to the water to play board games.

Yesterday at 7pm the University of Portsmouth’s Sub-Aqua Club finished their 24-hour charity challenge to play board games underwater at the Pyramids Centre, in Southsea.

T WAS a charity fundraiser like no other as more than 50 people took to the water to play board games.'Yesterday at 7pm the University of Portsmouth's Sub-Aqua Club finished their 24 hours charity challenge to play board games underwater at the Pyramids Centre, in Southsea. 'They have managed to raise �2,000 for Children in Need.

T WAS a charity fundraiser like no other as more than 50 people took to the water to play board games.'Yesterday at 7pm the University of Portsmouth's Sub-Aqua Club finished their 24 hours charity challenge to play board games underwater at the Pyramids Centre, in Southsea. 'They have managed to raise �2,000 for Children in Need.

They have managed to raise £2,000 for Children in Need.

Tim Dibben, a business and management student at the university who organised the event, said: ‘It was a lot harder than I thought it was going to be.

‘After we finished, I was shattered but we are happy with how much we raised.’