A drinking and drugs support service is benefiting from the charity football match held in memory of Lance Corporal Kinnon Ragni.

Safer Under-18s Drinking and Drugs Service (Sudds) has received £1,500 from 14 Signal Regiment, electronic warfare division, following the match which was held between Haverfordwest County FC and the regiment on January 23.

An avid football fan who served his country on a range of operations most recently in Iraq, Kinnon, was fatally stabbed in Haverfordwest on November 23 last year after an incident outside a nightspot.

The football match also raised money for a memorial within Brawdy Camp and Haverfordwest County's youth academy.

Sudds provides free and confidential drugs and alcohol information advice and support service for young people. It helps promote awareness of drugs and supports the work of police school liaison officers. The money will be used to help improve accessibility of the service in Pembrokeshire.

Warrant Officer Del Goodenough who organised the match said: "From the very outset it was important for this to be a community event; bringing the community together, honouring Kinnon and raising money to help young people who are affected by alcohol or drug abuse.

"Kinnon's family has been touched by the scale of feeling and are fully supportive of how the funds are being used."