a pre-season friendly against Quarrydale Vets - and opened their account with a 2-0 win.
One of the team instigators Jamie Hudson had the honour of scoring their first goal when he headed home a cross early on.
Playing three thirty minute periods they took the single goal lead into the first break.
The second period introduced a few changes on both sides and the one goal advantage remained at the second break.
The third period was only three minutes old when the visitors were awarded a penalty, which was sent sailing high over the bar, presumably in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
Sixty-nine minutes were on the clock when Craig Vincent sent a delightful lob over the advancing Quarrydale keeper and into the back of the net to double the home side's advantage.
No further goals were forthcoming and the game ended in a 2-0 win for the Teversal Vets.
A decent crowd sat in the sun, with a pint or two, and saw a good game of football, played at a good standard, but a few of them will be feeling it in the morning when the alarm goes off!