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WATCH: Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson and winger Michael Gardyne sings on CammyOke to help raise money for the NHS

By Will Clark

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ROSS County co-manager Steven Ferguson and midfielder Michael Gardyne sang their hearts out on social media to help raise money for the NHS.

CammyOkes, a fundraising initiative set up by former Ross County player and Brora Rangers assistant manager Craig Campbell, has raised almost £1600 so far. Click here to make a donation.

Ferguson performed his rendition of Piano Man by Billy Joel.

Meanwhile Gardyne performed Marshall Mathers by Eminem.

Campbell started the challenge after posting a video of himself singing in a video to Talksport Radio.

Now players and management from Brora Rangers as well as other clubs are taking part in the singing challenge.

To watch more videos, visit Craig Campbell's Twitter page by clicking here. To make a donation to the fundraiser click here.

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