A WORLD record was smashed in Lucindale on the weekend.
Kingston's Henry Rothall made over 400 high-fives in a minute at half time of the A grade grand final, eclipsing the previous record of 161 set in Japan in May this year.
The event was part of a fundraiser for Henry's brother, Trent, who was rendered a paraplegic after a bad injury in a KNTFL game last season.
"High-fives for Trent" was organised by Kaniva College students Sarah Nash and Lani Bale, who undertook the project as part of their Year 10 Personal Skills Development class.
Along with donations on the day local clubs had been collecting money for the weeks leading up to the event.
"It was amazing," Sarah said. "We had over 400 high fives and over $4000 was raised on the day, over $8000 in total."