I HAVE been at Swindon a very long time and to win the two trophies – the Autumn Trophy and NIHL Cup – last season was the highlight of my career alongside playing for my country, but if we were to win the NIHL South One title on Saturday night, it would top all of that.

It has been a very long season. We have had highs and lows, but with one more good performance at home to Streatham on Saturday, it should all be done and dusted.

To go 15 games unbeaten is one hell of an achievement, so I don’t think anyone can argue that we deserve to be champions.

The league is the one where if you win it, you most deserve it. It has the most games and you need to be the most consistent team over an entire season.

You can always get upsets in a cup final, but it is very rare to get an upset over the course of an entire season as you play so many games.

It’s the big one – it’s the one everybody wants. We are excited to be in this position and hopefully we can bring it home for the fans this weekend.

Every year the support gets better and better. They have been amazing this season and it would wonderful to lift the trophy in front of our fans.

When we get together before the game, we will make sure we don’t get too high at this point. There is still a game to win.

It is very nice to think it might not go down to the wire and we can put it to bed slightly earlier.

We want to finish it this weekend and not have the pressure on our shoulders, but we know that we have to be wary of Streatham as no one wants to be the side where the opposition team wins a trophy on the night.