Carlisle United directors, players, coaches and staff got into the "Beech Boys" spirit by belting out a song as part of the Blues' #GoodVibrations promotion.

Players including Adam Collin, Omari Patrick and Aaron Hayden, plus directors Nigel Clibbens and Suzanne Kidd, all took part in a "carpool karaoke" video.

It was recorded as part of United's promotion which was aimed at attracting a big crowd for today's scheduled League Two game against Leyton Orient.

The game, and the initiative, had to be shelved with the country on lockdown to try and slow the spread of the coronavirus.

But the Blues revealed the video at 3pm today - the time the Orient game had been due to kick off - in an attempt to lift fans' spirits.

It features a range of United personnel wearing shades and sunhats, and singing or miming along to the Beach Boys' hit 'Good Vibrations'.

Among others taking part are secretary Sarah McKnight, community sports trust manager John Halpin, academy boss Eric Kinder, kitman Colin Nixon and some of the club's youth team players.

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