Tunbridge Wells are enjoying one of their finest seasons to date.
Still in with a chance of three pieces of silverware, manager Martin Larkin has assembled a team full of local talent.
Strong in defence, they really come into their own going forward.
They are averaging three goals a game in the league with Andy Irvine, Carl Cornell and teenage striker Jack Harris all vying for two striking positions.
Their FA Vase run is what has really captured the imagination.
Brimming with confidence after knocking out the holders, they then went away to Larkhall Athletic and won with the last kick of the game, despite being down to 10 men.
Harris, who broke a collarbone before Christmas, got the winner and may well have played his way into Saturday’s starting line-up.