RONAN Keating didn’t have a hit with ‘Bet Victor Southern League Premier Division South is a Rollercoaster’, but maybe that’s because he didn’t give it a go.

The only team with three wins from three are Truro City, and I didn’t hear too many people tipping them for an immediate return to National League South ahead of the big kick-off.

I’m getting well ahead of myself, of course I am.

But if the opening three games of the season have taught us anything, it’s that the 2019/20 Premier South campaign could well be one where any team really can beat any other.

Gosport Borough outlined their promotion credentials by cruising past 10-man Taunton on the opening weekend... and haven’t won since.

Weston-super-Mare have already been held to two draws, only gaining their first win at the third attempt, with the same applying to Taunton and last season’s play-off winners (and ‘Super Play-off’ losers) Metropolitan Police.

And while Poole Town and Salisbury both have two wins, it’s Tiverton Town who are currently riding high in second place.

There’s no clear favourite this season, like Weymouth last year, and most likely no Staines Town equivalent.

And while it’s likely that the cream will start to rise to the top as August turns into September, we don’t yet know who those teams will be or how many will mount a sustainable promotion challenge.

Taunton boss Rob Dray clearly has a talented, hard working squad at his disposal – and he’s pleased with how the new loan signings from Bristol City and Exeter City have settled in.

There is work to do, namely ending the habit of conceding the opening goal inside the first 15 minutes, as has happened in all three league games so far.

But the victory over Chesham (who had won their previous two) was an important one, achieved without Ollie Chamberlain or a fully fit Ryan Brett, and without an Andrew Neal goal.

Once midfield metronome Brett gets up to speed, and once Neal starts scoring, then the Peacocks will be sucking diesel.