Last night’s episode of comedy panel show 'A League of Their Own' on Sky 1 saw Guinness World Records official judge Mark McKinley return to adjudicate more record chaos.
James Cordon, Jamie Redknapp, Andrew Flintoff and Jack Whitehall were joined by Arsenal footballer Aaron Ramsey, comedian Romesh Ranganathan and Sky Sports presenter Kate Abdo – some of whom attempted to break a Guinness World Records title on set.
Ramsey was challenged to attempt the Most hits of a golf ball on a golf club in 30 seconds, and smashed the record with 61 golf keepy-uppies.
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Also on the show, adjudicator Mark confirmed that Jamie Redknapp set a record for the Greatest height to control a football, following a 18.6 m (61 ft 9 in) kick. This record was inspired by an appearance by Lionel Messi on a Japanese tv show. Messi managed to control the ball from a height of 18 metres (59 ft). 
During an episode of the show in June 2015, former professional international football player Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands) and professional tennis player Heather Watson (UK) set a record for the most consecutive headers of a Swiss ball in 30 seconds by a team of two with an incredible 32 passes.
Following the tense attempt, adjudicator Mark unexpectedly replaced Corden as the show’s host when proceedings hilariously descended into mayhem.