Merlins Bridge AFC have been singing the praises of the NHS - quite literally.

With a lot of sports based clubs and individuals raising vital funds via endurance challenges at the moment, The Wizards have taken members out of their comfort zone by producing their own version on the song 'Stand by me'.

The original idea came from club stalwart Nathan Thomas, with help from Jason Chapman, and in James Skudder they had the perfect man to put together a video.

Indeed, it was Skudder who filmed and produced highlights when Merlins Bridge won the West Wales Cup final last season.

Overall 36 present and former players, coaches, and supporters took part, with each having to sing at least a line as the video flicks from household to household.

"With the current circumstances going on in the world, we as club have decided to step out of our comfort zone and pull together to raise money for the NHS," read a club statement.

"And more specifically our local hospital.

"We know its for a great cause and we would really appreciate all donations. With the money raised we are hoping to make a difference in some way towards Withybush hospital in these tough times.

"We are not the greatest of singers' but we hope you have as much fun watching this as we did making it."

The video has thus far done the trick, and by 1pm today £1,590 had already been raised. The club's original target was £1,750.

You can view the video via the Merlins Bridge Facebook page, and to donate click here.