FIVE men, 24 hours behind the wheel, but only one CD player – that’s the challenge for members of Milford Haven Round Table as they aim to drive through five countries in a day to raise awareness of prostate cancer.

Setting off from Milford Haven on Friday, March 28, the group will take turns to drive a specially sign- written Skoda Superb through England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, crossing the finish line in Ireland the next day.

Round Table chairman Ralph Rees hopes the ‘five nations challenge’ will clock up some extra cash for cancer charity Prostate Cymru.

So far, more than £8,000 has been raised for the Welsh charity, which promotes awareness of male cancer and is raising money for state-of-the-art robotic surgery equipment for Wales.

Ralph will be joined by current president Paul Phillips, past chairman Alex Bower, life honorary member Glyn Edwards, and next year’s chairman Dan Davies.

“This is an exciting venture and challenge for us, and a fantastic way to not only end my year as chairman but more importantly to raise money for such a worthwhile cause, which will benefit many people in west and south Wales,” said Ralph.

Ralph said that, until recently, he hadn’t realised that men as young as 45 were at risk of developing prostate cancer.

He added that it is vital men get checked out, whatever their age.

To donate to the team’s challenge, visit, or text MHRT50, followed by the amount you would like to give, to 70070.