Swindon continued their remarkable run of form with a 53-37 away win at Rye House yesterday.
The Carpets4Less Robins made it 11 straight wins and extended their lead at the top of the SGB Premiership table with a big four points.
It was a sensational team effort from the Abbey outfit at the tricky Hoddesdon circuit – and team boss Alun Rossiter hailed his high-flying side.
Rossiter: said “We got off to a great start and controlled the meeting from that point on.
“When we weren’t winning races we packed in the second and third places like we needed to, so it was a very good performance.
“It’s a great win for us, and we head into a bit of a break full of confidence, and they’ve got a chance to recharge the batteries now before we prepare for a busy schedule at the end of the month.”
All seven visiting riders claimed at least a paid win as the Robins put in another fine team performance.
Stand-in skipper Nick Morris impressed at No.5 whilst flying Polish ace Tobiasz Musielak also claimed two wins before falling in his final outing.
In-form reserve Adam Ellis bagged nine points and joined forces with guest Danny Ayres for a 5-1 in heat two as they raced into an early lead.
Middle order duo David Bellego and Bradley Wilson-Dean formed a solid partnership, putting them 12 clear with their 5-1 in heat seven.
Meanwhile, Edward Kennett stepped in admirably for injured Jason Doyle, notching paid 11 with an impressive performance against his former club.
The Robins will now enjoy a well-deserved break from action before hosting Somerset on Thursday 17th August.
RYE HOUSE 37: Ricky Wells 11, Scott Nicholls 8+1, Chris Harris 6, Stuart Robson 5, Ben Morley 5, Luke Priest 2+1, Ben Barker 0.
SWINDON 53: Nick Morris 12, Adam Ellis 9, Edward Kennett 8+3, Tobias Musielak 8, David Bellego 7+2, Bradley Wilson-Dean 6+1, Danny Ayres 3+1.