The latest in the 2016/17 Harrison Football Tour
The latest in the 2016/17 Harrison Football Tour took me on Tuesday night to Carnarvon Street to see how local non-league side Teversal are faring this season.
On what was another balmy night, it was great to see everyone there who work tirelessly to make sure the picturesque village has a club to be proud of.
On the field, things perhaps haven't been as successful as those involved may have liked with the prize of a place in the FA Cup eluding them once again for this season.
And, Tuesday saw a tough test for them as Pontefract Collieries – a side relegated into NCEL Division One last season and with a 100% record so far – came to town.
An even first half saw the sides go in goalless but Teversal found themselves trailing early in the second period after they failed to clear a corner.
Luke Waver guided a corner of their own into the net soon after, though, to level matters but Chris Wood's bundled home winner saw the visitors take all the points in a 2-1 victory.
It leaves Teversal with four points from their opening six games but assistant boss Craig Charlesworth told me afterwards there were plenty of positives to take from what had been a difficult game ahead of Saturday's FA Vase match at home to Blidworth Welfare.
You can hear the full interview with Craig Charlesworth on Sportstalk this Friday from 6pm.